Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children opens orthopedic and sports medicine center: 5 notes

Written by Jackie Drees | October 16, 2018 | Print  |

Dallas-based Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children opened the Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Frisco, Texas, Oct. 10.

Here are five things to know:

1. The 345,000-square-foot center features a leading-edge movement science lab with motion-capture technology designed to analyze how patients run, jump and play to develop better treatment methods.

2. In addition to sports medicine, the Frisco center also offers orthopedic care for scoliosis, limb differences and hand, hip and foot disorders.

3. Services from Scottish Rite's Plano, Texas-based clinic, including its fracture clinic and physical, occupational and sports therapy services, are now available at the Frisco location.

4. The orthopedic and sports medicine center has implemented new services, such as MRI, a rheumatology clinic, infusion services and imaging facilities.

5. Designed with kids and families in mind, the center is illuminated with colorful lights both inside and outside of the hospital's walls and a colorful rainbow dragon art installation at its main entryway. The campus grounds also include open areas, playing fields and walking trails.

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