Orthopedics and Spine Surgery

The Dallas Orthopedic Clinic at Dallas Medical center is here to service all of your orthopedic needs and we specialize in General Orthopedics, Ligament Reconstruction, Total and Partial Joint Replacement, Arthroscopic Surgery of Shoulder, Hip, Knees, & Ankle, Pain Management, Cartilage Restoration, Treatment of Infected Joints, Complex Hip and Knee Revisions, and Orthopedic Oncology.

Cardiology

Our Dallas Cardiology Clinic includes a multitude of diagnostic and interventional procedures including 24-hour holter monitoring, trans-esophageal/trans-thoracic echocardiograms, electrocardiograms, stress tests, pacemaker insertions and cardiac catheterizations.

General and Laparoscopic Surgery

Our Dallas Laparoscopic Surgery Clinic is committed to excellence in surgical care, providing the safest, most effective care for his patients. Dr. Grays is a Board Certified General Surgeon committed to providing the safest, most effective care for his patients. As a Fellow of the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Grays demonstrates his dedication to continuing education.

Hand Surgery

This field is unique since it requires the successful repair of tendons, nerves, ligaments, and bone with ability to provide sensate, durable, and aesthetically pleasing coverage of damaged limbs. In essence, it combines science and art since it requires thorough expertise of extremity anatomy and function with proficiency in the use of a wide array of surgical techniques.

 

Wound and Limb salvage Program

At Dallas Medical Center, we believe the best results are obtained for our patients when we implement the close collaboration and combined efforts of our multidisciplinary team. We bring together expert physicians from multiple medical & surgical specialties for the treatment of acute and chronic wounds. This allows us to deliver a superior level of support for both wound care and limb salvage patients.

 

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