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Super Doctors ® names Dr. John Camp, Dr. Kenneth Kaminski, Dr. Michael Russell and Dr. Patrick Wupperman to its prestigious 2018 list of top doctors in Texas Monthly. This distinction is reserved for about five percent of the region’s active physicians. You can find our Azalea physicians in the December

Neighborhoods across East Texas will be filled with trick-or-treaters on (today) Wednesday, October 31st. That means there will not only be more little pedestrians on the road, there could also be more cars traveling to your neighborhood for Halloween parties or to trick-or-treat.

Did you know that 16,706 patients were treated

Dean Pennington, a Physician’s Assistant at Azalea Orthopedics shares his talents and love with the people of Haiti. He joined Water for Christ on a mission trip from October 17th – 24th.

Dean’s job was to provide medical support for the mission. He also helped to scout for locations, drilling water

Azalea Orthopedics is now offering MAKOplasty® partial and total knee replacements. This technology allows physicians to create a personalized pre-operative plan. MAKOplasty is less invasive than traditional total knee surgery using a highly advanced, surgeon controlled robotic arm system.

The partial knee procedure is a minimally invasive treatment option for adults living with

For the second consecutive year, Azalea Orthopedics is proud to sponsor the Tyler Gold Run. The Gold Run, a local East Texas event, benefits children that have been diagnosed with cancer in the surrounding areas. 
Last year the race earned almost $30,000 with all proceeds going towards children’s families who have been diagnosed,

As a recognized leader in orthopedics and interventional pain management, Azalea is proud to congratulate Dr. Michael Russell, Dr. Patrick Wupperman, and Dr. Ken Kaminski on their recent peer nominated awards from Texas Monthly.

Both Dr. Russell and Dr. Wupperman were awarded as 2016 Texas Monthly “Super Doctors.” Each year Super

Check out these tips from the CDC on keeping healthy this flu season! Learn why it is important to vaccinate, stop germs and treat your illinis with antiviral drugs.


CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses.
While there are