at 7200 Cambridge St., Houston, 77030 United States
Mark Adickes, MD is an Orthopaedic Surgeon in Houston, TX. For more information, please visit his website at http://www.jocktodoc.com
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Specialties in Sport Medicine
PRP / Stem Cell
The reason Dr. Mark Adickes decided to pursue a career in medicine after leaving the NFL is to have the opportunity to help people recover from some of the same injuries he dealt with during his 10 year career as a professional athlete.
He has the unique perspective of understanding medicine from the viewpoint of the elite athlete, the patient and the physician.
After enduring several surgeries and struggling through months of rehab Dr. Adickes brings a rare skill set to his patient interactions.
His goal is to provide the active patient, whether a professional, competitive or recreational athlete, with the treatment required to return to the activity level they desire in a safe, timely and effective manner.
If necessary, patients will be offered cutting-edge, minimally invasive treatment strategies that allow for a rapid and full return to desired activities.
He received a BBA in management and marketing upon his graduation from Baylor.
His professional football career culminated with a Super Bowl Championship with the Washington Redskins.
Dr. Adickes’ ultimate goal as a physician is to heal and he approaches every patient with a curious mind and a dogged determination to achieve that goal.
This doctor is great because he understands athletes and will speak the same language as an athlete.
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