If doctors were rated by patients the way Olympic athletes are judged.orthopedic surgeon and knee specialist Dr. Jack Jenson. F.A.C.S.M., would garner all 10s!...
This 31000 square foot medical center located at the corner of 1-10 and Campbell Road, is home to multiple medical business where each comes with their own specialty. Best of all, patients can come to one location for imaging x-ray, cat scan(Houston Medical Imaging).orthopedic and sports medicine physician visits,sports physicians, physical therapy, bracing, orthotics injections same day appointmets,walk-ins welcome and surgery.
There go your knees.Although some common issues of the knee create audible noises, those that begin with a laoud sound and are associated with pain should be assessed by a professional. The knee joint is made up of many structures including there bones:the femur, tibia, and patella. The femur and tibia are cushioned by two crescent shaped pieces of cartilage called the menisci. All the elements of the knee joint are held in place by ligaments and other soft tissues that attach to these bones and help give stability and function to our knees.
For the more than 30 years. Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center has been recognised in Texas as as prominemt leader in orthopedic healthcare.The AOKC physician team includes, founder Dr. Jack Jenson MD, joined by Dr. Joel Rodriguez MD., Dr. El-Khashab DPM., and Dr.Pawan Grower MD., Using the latest education and cutting edge technology...
The field of Regenerative Medicine in Orthopedics has been advancing quickly over the past 20 years. This branch of medicine is focused on creating treatment options in attempt to regenerate diseased or defective musculoskeletal tissue to restore function, reduce pain and improve anatomical structures. The early research in this field looked at transplanting healthy cartilage to the sites of damage, which showed significant benefits, but often involved open surgery. Today, there are many in-office procedures and minimally invasive arthroscopic surgeries, where the patient can safely return home the same day.
Dr. Jack Jensen practices in Houston, and his patients include professional athletes and Olympic gymnasts. Twenty-three years ago, he was one of the U.S. Women's Gymnastic Team doctors, assigned by the U.S. Olympic committee. He also treated star gymnast Dominique Moceanu's leg fracture prior to the competition.
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Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center’s (AOKC) orthopedic surgeons are Experts in Motion.
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 our community. AORF encourages participation in sports, education to students about injury prevention and health topics along with delivering the best medical care to injured student athletes. These are a few of the many ways AORF benefits student athletes.
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.