Resources

Dr. Morris has been a leading expert in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine in the Texas Hill Country for the past 15 years. His education, theoretical knowledge, and practice have steadily and significantly grown over the years, as have the advancements in medicine and technology. By attending medical conferences, symposiums, and conventions, hearing fellow orthopedic specialists’ speeches and participating in industry forums, Dr. Morris is constantly expanding his repertoire and, therefore, further solidifying his reputation as an authority on orthopedic surgery and sports medicine.

A particularly important and prestigious organization is the American Academy of Orthopedic surgeons⎯AAOS in short. The AAOS is the most distinguished provider of musculoskeletal education to orthopedic surgeons in the nation: they host an annual conference attended by thousands of orthopedic specialists from all over the world, are the leading source for continuing medical education courses, activities, publications, and journals. As a member of the AAOS, Dr. Morris constantly surrounds himself with renowned and respected doctors who all work towards the goal of improving their craft and furthering the development of their industry.

As a patient, the ins and outs and specifics of orthopedic surgery can be daunting. If you’re dealing with locomotor system issues or are in need of an orthopedic procedure and want to research your options, look no further than the AAOS website and its subsidiary OrthoInfo.org. These sites provide in-depth yet comprehensible information and details on conditions, injuries, diseases, surgeries, and rehabilitations connected to the musculoskeletal system, all compiled by the top American orthopedic specialists. The data is reliable and factual, giving you all the details you need without the risk of misleading information. Browse the following AAOS blogs or visit their website to start your research. For specific questions regarding your surgery or procedure, feel free to call or email Dr. Morris’ office.

What Is Golfer’s Elbow?

What Is Golfer’s Elbow?

If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions, call the office of Dr. Clint Morris at (830) 895-4466 for further evaluation. Medial Epicondylitis, better known as Golfer’s Elbow is diagnosed if the person experiences pain on the...

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5 Ways to Treat Tennis Elbow

5 Ways to Treat Tennis Elbow

If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions, call the office of Dr. Clint Morris at (830) 895-4466 for further evaluation. You do not have to be an avid tennis player to experience the pain of this injury. Just about anyone can...

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Why do my hips hurt at night?

Why do my hips hurt at night?

If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions, call the office of Dr. Clint Morris at (830) 895-4466 for further evaluation. The first thought that comes to many who suffer with hip pain is that it’s due to getting older, but that...

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Sports Medicine Tips

Each of these single-page, fact sheets have been written and reviewed by top sports medicine professionals and combine easy-to-read text with colorful illustrations to help patients understand the diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of a particular condition...

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Sports Medicine Myths vs. Truths

By Matthew Matava, MD, Kevin Farmer, MD, Kevin Shea, MD, Lance LeClere, MD Preventing and recovering from sports injuries is an ongoing issue for athletes of all ages. Below we address some of the misperceptions about some common injuries and their treatment in sports...

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ACL Injury 101

by Matthew Panzarella, M.D. Sports participation results in 70 percent of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears and the majority of these occur in 15 to 45 year olds. Approximately 70 percent of ACL injuries are noncontact injuries that occur during a sudden change...

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A Nation In Motion

Orthopaedic patient stories and resources, along with tips on maintaining bone and joint health and navigating treatment.

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