Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in |

Orthopedists specialize in problems affecting bones, joints or the related muscles, tendons and ligaments. Orthopedists set broken bones, treat joint conditions such as dislocated or slipped disks, arthritis and back problems, bone tumors and skeletal birth defects. They may also surgically repair or replace hip, knee and finger joints. Recovery from almost any orthopedic problem requires time. It often takes considerable time to heal a fractured bone or to recover from a back injury. Many serious diseases and disorders treated by orthopedists require rehabilitation, counseling, and treatment.

Jill McAngus, MD

Born in Fort Worth and raised in Boyd, Texas, Dr. Jill McAngus graduated
Summa Cum Laude from Tarleton State University. Her residency
with Scott & White has prepared her to treat a comprehensive list of
orthopedic problems. From pediatric fractures to adolescent ligament
injuries to arthritis care, including hip, knee and shoulder replacement,
Dr. McAngus is comfortable with all realms of orthopedic treatment.

Education

Texas A&M College Of Medicine – Baylor Scott & White

Orthopedic Surgery Residency

Resident, Orthopedic Surgery

University Of Texas Medical Branch

Doctor of Medicine

Tarleton State University

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences, Magna Cum Laude

Presidential Honors Program

Alana Waterford, MD

Dr. Alana Waterford is a fellowship-trained, nonoperative sports medicine
physician. She specializes in non-surgical treatment of all sports injuries
and musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Waterford has special interest in
Wellness Medicine and is herself a Certified Level 1 Crossfit instructor. She
also provides regenerative injections including stem cell therapy and performs
many ultrasound-guided treatments.