At Tomball Regional Orthopedic Center, we offer patients a personalized, interdisciplinary approach to joint replacement. Orthopedic surgeons work closely with patients and their nurses, physical and occupational therapists, pain management and case management teams to put into place a comprehensive plan for your care.
Once the patient is scheduled for surgery, the Joint Care Coordinator begins educating and preparing patients for surgery. Prior to admission, pre-operative Joint Education classes are held weekly for patients and their families to learn together. Once admitted, daily rounds are performed on each patient to track their progress and ensure the highest level of quality care is being provided. After discharge, patients receive follow-up phone calls to address any questions or concerns. The care coordinator acts as a patient navigator throughout the entire process.
Following surgery, patients are cared for by registered nurses, specializing in orthopedics and pain management, who carefully monitor and oversee their individual care. Our pain management team continuously monitors each patient to keep them comfortable and patients often remark that, while they may experience pain associated with their surgeries, the aching pain of their arthritis is gone.
Dr. Michael Blackwell is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and has been in practice since 1996. He believes that joint health is central to a patient’s quality of life and is committed to providing high quality orthopedic care.
A passion for athletics and the outdoors led Dr. Blackwell to become an orthopedic surgeon, and he enjoys restoring the ability of athletes at all levels to perform their best by alleviating joint pain.
Dr. James Mathis, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has been in practice since 2003, specializes in sports medicine and joint reconstruction surgery. He believes that increased joint health has a direct and positive effect on overall cardiopulmonary health, which also prevents diabetes and hypertension.
Dr. Mathis’ passion for continuous advancements in technology includes the emergence of minimally invasive robot-assisted surgery, which can help surgeons create better outcomes for joint replacement patients.
Dr. David O. Navid is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine, joint replacement and trauma as it relates to the lower-extremities. He is committed to helping patients find solutions for their unique orthopedic needs by tailoring treatment plans to their lifestyles.
Dr. Navid pursued orthopedic surgery motivated by memories of a life-changing childhood experience in which a bone infection required a surgeon to operate in order to save his leg and enable him to enjoy an active lifestyle.
Dr. Thomas Tanous Jr., a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has been in practice since 2010, specializes in hip and knee replacements. He is especially pleased with the benefits his patients have received as a result of new prosthesis technology because the implants last longer and are more resistant to long-term impact.
A native Texan and University of Texas graduate, Dr. Tanous find it a rewarding experience to see his patients return and walk without assistance or pain, knowing that he had a part in helping them continue participating in the activities they enjoy.
605 Holderrieth Blvd.
Tomball, TX 77375