At TOSS, we want you to have all the facts! We understand that well-educated patients who understand their conditions get the best outcomes. Not only can they better care for their problem areas, they have better preventive health practices and avoid additional injury.
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The patient forms are downloadable in PDF format. They can be printed, filled, scanned and submittted.
The forms are in a single PDF document.
Spine Questionnaire Form
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What You Need To Prepare For Your Orthopedic Appointment
We want you to feel comfortable with coming to see one of our physicians for your orthopedic needs. Our friendly staff and high-quality physicians are ready to meet with you.
Bring your insurance card and identification
Bring a list of your medicines
Know your family medical history
Know your own medical history
Bring your imaging CDS
We see a lot of patients in our office that complain of shoulder pain. We explain to our patients that what they think is just one thing — the should— is actually several joints that combine with tendons and muscles. Common Causes of Shoulder Pain We can usually...
Hip pain is a common complaint we see in the office and we wanted to get a better understanding of the causes and treatments. We sat down with Dr. Jason A. Davis to get his expertise on the matter. Dr. Davis is a board certified Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in...
What exactly is a Team Physician? According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), the Team Physician is defined as having “the leadership role in the organization, management and provision of care of athletes in individual, team and mass participation...
McKinney, TX – July 1, 2019 – Total Orthopedics Sports & Spine would like to introduce our newest physicians, Dr. Jason A. Davis and Dr. Sarang N. Desai, to our practice. Both physicians have officially began accepting patients as of this month (July 2019). Each...
An MRI uses a large magnetic coil that takes pictures using radio waves and magnetic fields instead of X-rays. Depending on the body part imaged, the test takes about 30 minutes and does require a portion of the body to be placed inside the scanner (i.e., a closed...
Tension increases pain. This five-minute relaxation exercise can help you let go of physical stress and begin to reduce your sense of suffering. If you enjoy this short relaxation experience, you may want to send for the longer audio version, available in our on-line...