Orthopedic Surgeons & Specialists in Kyle, TX
At the Texas Orthopedics office in Kyle, we offer coordinated care with a thoughtful team approach. Whether you need surgical or non-surgical treatment for sports-related injuries, joint pain, chronic back pain, foot and ankle injuries, osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis, we offer the exceptional care you deserve. Our expert surgeons, rheumatologist, certified physical therapists, and other specialists work as a team to help get you off the bench and back into the game of life.
To schedule your appointment, please call (512) 439-1001 or use our convenient online appointment request form.
4215 Benner Road, Suite 300
Kyle, TX 78640
Office: (512) 439-1007
Fax: (512) 439-1113
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Doctors at this location:
- David C. Laverty, MD
- Joseph R. Martinez, MD
- Benjamin A. McArthur, MD
- John Paul Rodriguez, MD
- Ryan M. Tibbetts, MD
Services at this location:
Texas Orthopedics uses state-of-the-art imaging equipment at our Austin-area locations, and our three MRI facilities are nationally accredited by the American College of Radiology. What that means for our patients is a faster, more accurate diagnosis of orthopedic injuries and conditions such as broken bones, sports injuries, or other musculoskeletal injuries – all performed under the same roof as our treatment center.
X-ray and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) testing allows our orthopedic surgeons and physical therapy specialists to work together, providing a seamless continuum of care.
Although Texas Orthopedics offers many different orthopedic treatment options, in some cases physical therapy (PT) or occupational therapy (OT) may be all you need to improve mobility, provide pain relief, and help you resume the activities you love. PT can also help patients prepare for a better outcome from surgery or recover faster after surgery.
Texas Orthopedics has several physical and occupational therapists on staff and offers many different types of PT – including sports medicine, exercise therapy / therapeutic exercise, hand therapy, joint rehabilitation, gait training, sports-specific training, and more.
Please note: If you wish to have physical therapy performed at our Cedar Park office or any of our Texas Orthopedics locations, you will need to see one of the doctors on staff first.
Diseases that affect the joints, such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), can be debilitating, leading to loss of mobility, other health problems, and a lower quality of life. Texas Orthopedics in Cedar Park offers infusion treatments to help alleviate the symptoms of arthritis, lupus, and other autoimmune diseases, as well as gout. Infusions can help patients achieve a better level of pain relief and improve mobility.