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Dr. David Mack Named by Readers of Living Magazine as 2014 Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Cy-Fair Area

Dr. David R. Mack was recently recognized as the 2014 Best Orthopedic Surgeon in the Cy-Fair area by the readers of Living Magazine. For the second year in a row, the magazine polled their readers and asked them to vote for the best local restaurants, professional services, entertainment venues, and other business and the results were unveiled in August.

The Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine practice is no stranger to this award. The team of twelve physicians was recognized in the same category last year.

Choose a Trustworthy Orthopedic Surgeon to help Manage Joint Pain

Finding the right doctor can be tough and there are many things to consider — would you be more comfortable with a male or female? Is the medical office conveniently located? Is the physician highly regarded in the medical community? When it comes to a specialist, it can be even trickier to know who will be the right fit for you. If you’re suffering from joint pain and ready to seek help from an orthopedic surgeon, here is some advice to consider.

Physicians of Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine featured on "Superdocs" edition of Living Magazine (March 2013)

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U.S. News ranks North Cypress Medical Center #10 in Houston and #37 in Texas for Best Hospitals and ranks as high-performing in Orthopedics.

Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine is the proud Orthopedic partner of North Cypress Medical Center.

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New knee technology has patients opting out of traditional surgery

by Leigh Frillici / 11 News Posted on December 3, 2010 at 11:11 AM

HOUSTON—For patients that have degenerative arthritis, there’s a partial knee replacement technology that has some patients opting out of traditional surgery.

Robert Haynie, a northwest Houston resident, is one of those people.

A year ago, Haynie had a hard time walking up stairs. When walking a couple blocks to get to work or through a parking garage and office building to see his doctor, the pain would force him to stop and take a break.

Treatment options for joint pains expand in NW Houston

Robert Haynie, a resident of Cypress, has suffered from knee pains off an on since high school. However, it wasn’t until three years ago that he began to have moderate to severe pain in his joints. The cartilage surrounding his knees was deteriorating at such a rate that even walking became a daily struggle, he said.

"A long period of time on my feet was not an option," the scoutmaster said. "I couldn’t take my scouts on a hike because I couldn’t walk without needing to rest on my knees."

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Dr Macks Interview with The Sun Newspaper

Introducing North Cypress Sports Medicine Center