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OrthoLazer Flower Mound

Hours
Monday – Friday : 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

737 International Parkway, Suite 250
Flower Mound, TX 75022

Our Team

Jeffery Cantrell, MD

 

Jeffery S. Cantrell, M.D. is proud to serve as team physician for Argyle, Krum and Pilot Point High Schools, and as consulting team physician for the University of North Texas and Texas Women’s University. Dr. Cantrell is a lifelong resident of the Lewisville area, graduating from Lewisville High School in 1979.

In his quest to offer his patients the most current, cutting-edge treatment options available, Dr. Cantrell recently attended these prestigious courses: 1) Vail International Complex Knee Symposium; 2) Anatomic Based Reconstructions, Advanced Shoulder and Elbow; 3) Evidence, Outcomes, and Controversies, Reverse Total Shoulder and Latarjet Procedures; 4) Masters Conferences in Total Shoulder Innovations; 5) Recent Lecturer at Ben Hogan Sports Medicine Conference; 6) Andrews Football Injury Symposium; and 7) two ultrasound-guidance courses. Dr. Cantrell also attends yearly meetings sponsored by AAOS, AANA and/or ASES.

Dr. Cantrell is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Inc. and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He has been in an active orthopedic surgery practice in Denton County with Orthopedic Associates since 1994, providing general orthopedic and sports medicine care. He has a special interest in shoulders. He is the former Chief-of-Staff for the Medical Center of Lewisville, the former chairman for the Department of Surgery, as well as the former chairman for the Credentials Committee. He currently serves on the Presbyterian Hospital of Flower Mound Credentials Committee.

 

 

Dr. Kent Dickson has been treating patients in the North Texas community since 1998. Growing up in Colorado, he graduated from Cherry Creek High School outside Denver. He went on to the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated high honors with a Zoology degree. He was an academic and athletic All-American swimmer in his four years with a successful career highlighted by a National Championship in 1988. Returning to his hometown of Denver, he completed medical school at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. He chose to return to Texas for his orthopedic residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, TX.

With a special interest in upper extremity surgery, he completed a fellowship in hand and upper extremity at the University of Alabama Birmingham in 1998. This is where he refined and mastered minimally invasive techniques for the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. He excels at arthroscopic approaches to the upper extremity. He successfully treats high school, collegiate and professional athletes, world record holders and even weekend warriors. Each patient is seen with an emphasis on returning to normal activities pain free and with as little down time as possible.

He currently lives in Flower Mound with his wife of 27 years and their 3 children. He enjoys watching his children’s sporting events along with outdoor activities, traveling and running. Dr. Dickson is a Board Certified Fellow of the Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He has a Certificate of Added Qualification in hand surgery and member of the American Association of Hand Surgeons. Thus, providing patients with comprehensive care utilizing a fully integrated approach to accurate diagnosis, options of conservative care, and in house advanced surgical procedures along with rehabilitation all in one location.

J. David Evanich, MD

 

Dr. J. David Evanich is board-certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Orthopedic Sport Medicine. He is fellowship-trained in Adult Joint Reconstruction and Replacement. Dr. Evanich’s areas of expertise include minimally-invasive surgery of the hip and knee, including arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, and partial and total joint replacement.

Since 2001, Dr. Evanich has been providing excellent orthopedic care to our community. He collaborated in forming the hospital’s Advanced Joint Replacement Center (AJRC) and served as its first Director. Through the use of extensive patient & family education, comprehensive multimodal anesthesia, efficient and precise surgery, and proprietary rapid recovery pathways, Dr. Evanich strives to provide the best experience and results possible for each of his patients. He also serves on the Physician Leadership Council of One World Surgery, a nonprofit confronting the global health crisis by partnering with communities, healthcare providers, and leaders in healthcare to deliver surgical services to patients in third world countries.

John McElroy, MD

 

Dr. McElroy was born in Houston and raised in Lufkin, Texas. After graduating from Hudson High School, he pursued a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Texas A&M University. He then continued his medical studies at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. After medical school, he moved to Fort Worth and trained in orthopaedic surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital.

With a special interest in surgery of the spine, Dr. McElroy pursued advanced training in fellowship at the Spine Institute of Arizona where he mastered open and minimally invasive techniques for relief of common spinal problems. These include minimally invasive microdiscectomies, laminectomy, Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (ALIF), Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion (DLIF/XLIF), Posterior Lumbar Interbody fusions (TLIF, PLIF), Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF), Posterior Cervical Fusion, Total Disc Replacements, Scoliosis surgery, Spinal Cord Stimulator placement, and more.

Dr. McElroy is a neck and spine doctor that takes great interest in his patients' outcomes. His focus is on what is most appropriate for his patients to live their lives to their fullest potential. Sometimes this means a less invasive approach during surgery; others, a more involved surgery may be necessary. At times, no surgery is needed at all. While his focus is on surgery of the spine, he trained at a level 1 trauma hospital and developed surgical skills to take care of the full extent of orthopaedic bone and joint problems.

Dr. McElroy has been married to his wife, Ashley, since 2007. They have 2 young children, Landon and Katelyn, who inspire him daily. John has a strong family focus and enjoys spending time with them, hiking and swimming, off-roading, and enjoying the outdoors.

Aaron Schrayer, MD

 

Dr. Schrayer was born and raised in Lewisville, Texas. After graduating from Lewisville High School, he pursued a biology degree from the University of North Texas. He then completed his medical education and Orthopedic Surgery residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

With a special interest in trauma, Dr. Schrayer completed his fellowship training in Orthopedic Trauma Surgery at the Hughston Clinic in Columbus, Georgia, helping him to master techniques in the treatment of pelvic/acetabular fractures, complex articular injuries, open fractures/dislocations, and polytrauma patients.

Dr. Schrayer sees a variety of orthopedic problems and specializes in the care of traumatic injuries. This includes open and percutaneous treatment of pelvic/acetabular fractures, treatment of complex articular injuries, sports medicine, arthroscopy, joint replacement, and general orthopedics.

Dr. Schrayer is proud to be back home in the Lewisville/Flower Mound area serving the community that he was born and raised in. He serves as team physician for Flower Mound High School. He is married to Natalie, a Houston native, and enjoys spending time with his family who lives locally. His interests include running, biking, drawing, playing soccer, and snowboarding.

Michael Willenborg, MD

 

Dr. Willenborg grew up in Arlington, TX and attended James Martin High School. From there he went on the University of Texas at Arlington where he played on the golf team. His medical education included The University of Texas-Houston for medical school and Wake Forest University for his Orthopedic Residency. He then returned to Houston for his Foot and Ankle Fellowship under the direction of Dr. Thomas Clanton.
Dr Willenborg sees a variety of general orthopedic conditions but specializes in disorders of the foot and ankle. These include bunions, hammertoes, arthritis, acquired and congenital deformity, sports-related and traumatic injuries, and diabetic foot conditions.

Dr. Willenborg lives in Highland Village with his wife and two daughters. He is proud to serve as the team physician for Marcus High School. In his spare time he enjoys golf, reading, and live music. He also is an avid runner and has competed in several half-marathons and marathons.

Ian G. Wilkofsky, M.D.

 

Dr. Ian G. Wilkofsky, M.D. joined Orthopedic Associates in 2015. A native Dallasite who graduated from Greenhill High School in 1998 before going to Williams College where he played 4 years as a defensive end for the football team. He went on to obtain his masters degree from Boston University in medical sciences and then off to medical school in Omaha, Nebraska at the Creighton University School of Medicine. Following medical school, he completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at SUNY-Upstate in Syracuse, NY. He was fortunate enough to return to Dallas for his Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship under the direction of Dr. Sumant Krishnan and Dr. Buzz Burkhead.

Dr. Wilkofsky takes great interest in the orthopedic care of the shoulder. Dr. Wilkofsky’s specialized training consisted mostly of upper extremity problems, however throughout his Orthopedic Surgery residency he was involved in the care of traumatic injuries across all fields of orthopedics. His last year of residency he served as chief resident at the VA where he performed total knee and hip replacements on injured veterans. Dr. Wilkofsky has published several scientific papers at various stages of his career. Dr. Wilkofsky is excited to return home to the DFW area and looks forward to taking care of his fellow Texans. Dr. Wilkofsky has been married to wife Julie since 2007 and they have 3 well-travelled children, Jordyn, Molly and Benjamin. In his free time, he enjoys listening to music, rooting for the Mavs and spending time with his family.

Dr. Wilkofsky is proud to serve as team physician for Lake Dallas High School.

donald driver

 

Donald Driver overcame poverty and homelessness to become a Super Bowl champion, Green Bay Packers all-time leading receiver, Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer, New York Times bestselling author, “Dancing with the Stars” champion and award-winning humanitarian.

 

Donald is the Green Bay Packers all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards and is the only player in franchise history to record seven 1,000 yard receiving seasons. A top performer his entire career, he was a four-time Pro Bowl selection. In 2013, Donald asked the Packers organization to retire the only way he knew how, by celebrating with the fans. He held his official retirement celebration in the Lambeau Field Atrium in front of thousands of fans who lined up in below-zero temperatures to thank him for 14 amazing seasons of playing for the green and gold.

 

Donald’s on-field success and charismatic personality earned him an invitation onto “Dancing with the Stars” with 35 million viewers tuning in every week. With millions of fans behind Donald and his partner Peta Murgatroyd, the duo clinched the competition. Since then, Donald has served as a guest correspondent for ABC’s “Good Morning America” nearly a dozen times, guest-hosted “The View” and “Ellen,” and appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “On Air with Ryan Seacrest,” “Entertainment Tonight,” CNN, ESPN, NFL Network, People Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and numerous leading media outlets.

 

Donald has continued to showcase his desire to give back through his television show “The Hero Effect” on Oprah Winfrey’s network OWN. Co-hosted by himself and actress Emily Wilson, the inspirational docuseries showcases stories of ordinary individuals who are making extraordinary differences in their communities.

 

Now, he has taking the next step in making change. Donald, we be the first Cultural Ambassador for the eloquent and prestigious Marcus Performing Art Center in WI.

 

In his first year as cultural ambassador, Driver will have a short residency with Hiplet dance company. He and the dancers will use programming to break down stereotypes in dance. This includes a co-commissioned First Stage play based on Driver’s children’s books series, the “Quickie” series, a project First Stage’s artistic director Jeff Frank said the children’s theater is looking forward to.

 

Known for his incredible fitness during his playing career Donald has become a renowned health and wellness expert. Driver released the #1 chart topping book, The 3D Body Revolution. The book is the ultimate workout and nutrition blueprint to get healthy and lean. He has also appeared on Good Morning America to offer healthy living tips. Additionally, Donald owns and operates four Driven ELITE Fitness and Health centers in Texas & Mississippi, Head Training Staff for WNBA Dallas Wings & RIVLAS CAMP SERIES TOUR, Co-Founder of Asarasi Sparkling Tree Water the only USDA Organic Certified sparkling water in the world, Managing Director/ Owner of OrthoLazer Dallas,TX and Wisconsin, owner and operator of DRIVEN NFL FLAG MS,TX,WI,OK.

 

My son (Cristian and I are the first exclusive brand ambassador for WDM Footwear and Accessories, the Wisconsin-based private label production and e-retailing business which owns and operates both the Moral Code and Milwaukee Boot Company brands.

 

As part of his exclusive ambassadorship, Moral Code and Driver will collaborate on a special design project to launch a “Donald Driver” shoe in early 2021. The partnership, which includes a significant philanthropic component, will focus on teaching young men the power of dressing for success and will drive resources to several of Driver’s long standing charitable foundations and endeavors. Driver will also appear in an ad campaign timed to the launch of his shoe.

 

“Fashion has always been a part of my life and I’ll never discredit how my clothing choices have impacted the way people have taken me seriously throughout the years,” said Donald Driver. “Your style, your attire — even something as simple as your shoes — can transform your image and change the way people perceive you. This is something I’ve always worked hard to make sure my 17 year old son understands and something I’m committed to educating other young men about, particularly in the Black Community. I’m excited to bring more visibility to this message through my partnership with Moral Code, creating a shoe that has meaning behind it.”

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Celebrating 1 year of OrthoLazer Flower Mound! 

It has been a joy to serve the DFW community. We are so grateful for our exceptional team of doctors, techs and admin who make getting better faster possible. Our team looks forward to continuing to help our patients get better faster!

Celebrating 1 year of OrthoLazer Flower Mound!

It has been a joy to serve the DFW community. We are so grateful for our exceptional team of doctors, techs and admin who make getting better faster possible. Our team looks forward to continuing to help our patients get better faster!
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With sports season in full swing, we are happy to be introducing Power Pack for acute sports injuries!

Sports injuries constitute a serious problem for many athletes. Because athletes need earlier functional recovery, the immediate effects of laser therapy on sports related conditions can help injured athletes safely return to play as quickly as possible. 

Acute injuries that may benefit the most from the Power Pack include ankle, knee, and shoulder sprains, as well as muscle strains. 

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With sports season in full swing, we are happy to be introducing Power Pack for acute sports injuries!

Sports injuries constitute a serious problem for many athletes. Because athletes need earlier functional recovery, the immediate effects of laser therapy on sports related conditions can help injured athletes safely return to play as quickly as possible.

Acute injuries that may benefit the most from the Power Pack include ankle, knee, and shoulder sprains, as well as muscle strains.

Reduce pain. Recover faster: bit.ly/3UJnMjU
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1 month ago
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Sports injuries constitute a serious problem for many athletes and others who participate in sports because they cause pain and dysfunction, resulting in the inability to continue one’s sport. 

Various therapies have been used to alleviate symptoms of sports injuries, such as pain and inflammation. Among these therapies is laser therapy. 

In a double-blind placebo clinical study, 32 athletes were randomly assigned to one of two groups in which laser therapy or placebo therapy was administered. 

• Those who were administered laser therapy had a significant reduction in edema in 24-72 hours, compared with those who were administered placebo therapy. 
• Additionally, the laser therapy group had a significantly higher rate of pain relief, inhibition of nerve excitement, and tissue repair than the placebo group.

Because athletes with sports injuries need earlier functional recovery, the immediate effects of laser therapy on sports related conditions are important in making sure injured athletes can return to play as quickly as possible!

Sports injuries constitute a serious problem for many athletes and others who participate in sports because they cause pain and dysfunction, resulting in the inability to continue one’s sport.

Various therapies have been used to alleviate symptoms of sports injuries, such as pain and inflammation. Among these therapies is laser therapy.

In a double-blind placebo clinical study, 32 athletes were randomly assigned to one of two groups in which laser therapy or placebo therapy was administered.

• Those who were administered laser therapy had a significant reduction in edema in 24-72 hours, compared with those who were administered placebo therapy.
• Additionally, the laser therapy group had a significantly higher rate of pain relief, inhibition of nerve excitement, and tissue repair than the placebo group.

Because athletes with sports injuries need earlier functional recovery, the immediate effects of laser therapy on sports related conditions are important in making sure injured athletes can return to play as quickly as possible!
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