Westchase Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation


We see patients of all ages with a range of injuries.

Our goal is to assist you with all your sports medicine needs. We can help prevent, diagnose, treat (including rehabilitation) and manage sport, exercise, or recreational injuries. Our doctors can help you manage your sports activities, not only with injury assistance, but also planning healthy conditioning, strengthening, injury prevention, and training, no matter your skill or practice level.

Diagnosis as well as medical and surgical treatment of knee pain through our clinic include Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries, ACL Treatment, Collateral Ligament Injuries, Combined Knee Ligament Injuries, Meniscal Tear, Posterior Cruciate Ligament Tear, Patellar Instability, Osgood-Schlatter Disease, Runner’s Knee and many more

Shoulder injuries are relatively common, especially in athletics that involve throwing or frequent shoulder rotation. Repetitive or intense shoulder movement often put the rotator cuff muscles under a lot of stress, which can lead to injuries like acromioclavicular joint (ACJ) injuries, rotator cuff injuries, labral tears, thrower’s shoulder, biceps injuries, bursitis, fractures and many more.

At Westchase Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation we care for fractures, deformities, defects, work and sports injuries, and disease. We are constantly researching and learning, to remain up-to-date on the latest medical technology, both in equipment and procedures. Many of the surgeries we perform are outpatient, which means less money and time spent on hospital stays.

It’s fairly easy to incur an elbow injury if you’re participating in a sports activity on a regular basis, especially if it’s a sport like tennis that uses the elbow repetitively.

At Westchase Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation our doctors diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries resulting from trauma.

We are excited to announce that we are now offering various stem cell treatments. Please ask Dr. Horan about what options are best for you and your condition.

We are excited to now offer A-PRP treatments. A-PRP stands for autologous platelet rich plasma. Autologous means “harnessed” from one’s own body. A-PRP is a biological solution from the patient’s whole blood that contains concentrated growth factors, high levels of platelet concentration, and proteins.

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