AOKC News

August 2015 Newsletter

Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center’s (AOKC) orthopedic surgeons are Experts in Motion. With over 25 years of expert care in the Memorial/Spring Branch area and beyond, each of our surgeons has specialized training in their specific field and are devoted to providing care for injuries related to the hand, shoulder, knee, ankle & foot, pain, […]

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July 2015 Newsletter

Dr. Jack Jensen, who has a passion for healing and a love of sports that combined make him a sports advocate committed to student athletes in our community. Dr. Jensen founded Athletic Orthopedics Research Foundation (AORF) in 1988. A non-profit organization, AORF provides orthopedic research and funds to valuable initiatives that support the youth in […]

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April 2015 Newsletter

Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. • Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. AOK Urgent OrthoCare is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care for all orthopedic needs. When an injury occurs, waiting is not an option. AOK Urgent OrthoCare treats orthopedic injuries that have occurred at home, during sports activities or at work.

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Feb 2015 Newsletter

Dr. Jack E. Jensen has a passion for healing and a love of sports. Combined together, he is a sports advocate with a specialty in orthopedics, sports medicine and knee surgery. From professional athletes to student athletes in all sports to anyone with an orthopedic injury, Dr. Jensen has provided orthopedic care for 30 years. […]

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Jan 2015 Newsletter

Dr. Sadeghpour began his private practice in 1981 and is committed to treating his patients with the utmost care and compassion. He understands that many conditions with the hand and wrist can be extremely debilitating to daily productivity. He treats each patient with the best quality care possible and focuses on patient education, pain intervention, […]

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December 2014 Newsletter

Dr. Baxter is a world renowned foot and ankle specialist who has had the opportunity to work with numerous collegiate and professional athletes with the majority of them being runners. He is most notably known for his work with the rst branch of the lateral plantar nerve (known as Baxter’s Nerve) and the associated conditions […]

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November 2014 Newsletter

Dr. R. Alexander Mohr, a Board Certied, fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in spine disorders is practicing at Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center (AOKC). Dr. Mohr’s specialty is operative treatment of spinal disorders including disc degeneration, spinal trauma, sports related spine issues, scoliosis and minimally invasive spinal surgery. Dr. Mohr is trained in surgical and […]

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July 2014 Newsletter

Dr. Adu-Lartey performed a physician lecture at The Hallmark last month. The Hallmark has been acclaimed as the signature retirement community in Houston. The Hallmark is now home to many second-generation residents. Dr. Adu-Lartey spoke about lower back and neck pain, complete with a demonstration on how appropriate stretches can relieve lower back and neck […]

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June 2014 Newsletter

As the school year rapidly comes to a close, the AOK Sports Medicine Department is busy conducting Sports Physicals at various junior and senior high schools. We have completed physicals for more than 500 student-athletes at St. Francis Episcopal Day School, First Baptist Academy, Nimitz High School, Episcopal High School and St. Ambrose Catholic School, […]

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May 2014 Newsletter

Dr. Jack Jensen is a Board Certied Orthopedic Surgeon and the acting President/CEO of the AOK Medical Center. The AOK Medical Center consists of Athletic Orthopedics and Knee Center; a leading orthopedic and sports medicine institute specializing in foot, ankle, knee, shoulder, hand, spine and pain; AOK Spine and Pain; a state-of-the-art spine surgery and […]

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