Scottish Rite Partner Info

April

Knee pain in young athletes is not normal. There are a variety of causes of knee pain, and different conditions require different treatment. Many volleyball knee injuries improve with rest, but some may require intervention. With delayed recognition and treatment, a knee condition we see often called osteochondritis dissecans can worsen and even require surgery. Learn more about this condition on our website [https://scottishritehospital.org/care-and-treatment/sports-medicine].

Request an appointment online [https://scottishritehospital.org/request-treatment] or call 469-515-7100 to schedule.


March

Injury prevention begins long before your young athlete hits the courts and playing fields. Our experts have a variety of proper nutrition and hydration suggestions for young athletes. Read our latest post on the benefits of healthy fats for your active children on our website [https://scottishritehospital.org/news-items/healthy-fats-to-fuel-the-young-athlete].

Request an appointment online [https://scottishritehospital.org/request-treatment] or call 469-515-7100 to schedule.

Have you heard we’re in Plano now and moving to Frisco later this year?

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children has been in Dallas for almost 100 years. However, you may not know we have a campus in Plano where we have a busy clinic for sports medicine, fracture care, and general orthopedics. We’re wrapping up the construction at our future home in Frisco, read more about it here [https://scottishritehospital.org/plan-your-visit/general-information].

Request an appointment online [https://scottishritehospital.org/request-treatment] or call 469-515-7100 to schedule.