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Greater Austin Orthopaedics and Austin Bone and Joint are a locally owned group of highly trained orthopedic surgeons where our doctorsphysical therapists, and staff all work diligently to provide the highest quality of care to all of our patients.

When you are in pain, life can be miserable. At Greater Austin Orthopaedics and Austin Bone and Joint, we understand and want to help you get back to the active lifestyle you previously enjoyed. Since 2003, our orthopedic specialists have been helping the residents of Austin, Texas and Travis County feel better.

Our orthopedic physicians are all Board Certified and/or Fellowship Trained and specialize in specific areas of the body. Our physicians’ specialties include back surgeryneck surgeryhand & wrist surgeryelbow surgeryshoulder surgeryhip surgeryknee surgeryfoot & ankle surgeryreconstructive joint replacement surgerysports medicine, and adult & pediatric trauma. All of the doctors of Greater Austin Orthopaedics and Austin Bone and Joint are dedicated to keep the goals and needs of the patient in mind in treating their orthopaedic problems.

Here at Greater Austin Orthopaedics and Austin Bone and Joint our orthopedic specialists offer a variety of orthopedic services and treatments that include conservative treatment options, general orthopedic evaluations, injections, casting/splinting, fracture care, surgical intervention, and we even have our own on-site physical therapy department. Our dedicated medical team is here to assist with the complete diagnosis and care of your injury or orthopedic disorder. It is our mission to provide our patients with comprehensive care; so whether you need general orthopaedic care, orthopedic surgery, or physical therapy, we are here to help you.


  • Taylor Jobe, MD
  • Gordon Marshall, MD
  • Dean Chen, MD
  • Newt Hasson, MD
  • Mark Parrella, MD
  • John C. Pearce, MD
  • Stephen M. Pearce
  • Josh C. Fox, MD
  • Eugene P. Schoch, MD


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11/15/2016 - One of my patients recently expressed this concern: “People always tell me I look tired, what can I do to improve this look for the New Year?” This is a common question, as patients want to look as young as