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Texas Scottish Rite Hospital announces new facility opening soon in Frisco

In an announcement on its website, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children has announced it will soon be opening an Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Frisco.

The announcement states: “Our world-renowned experts have been dedicated to giving children back their childhood for nearly 100 years. While we will continue to provide pediatric orthopedic care at our Dallas campus, this milestone marks our first-ever major expansion.”

The new Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center will be located at the northeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road.

As a result of the new facility opening, the Scottish Rite Plano location will close, with all services moving to the new Frisco location on October 10. Those services include including a fracture clinic; orthotics and prosthetics; radiology; and physical, occupational and sports therapy services. We’re also introducing new services such as MRI, a rheumatology clinic, infusion services, imaging facilities and expanded support services from our family services team.

New services include a new sports medicine practice as well as orthopedic care for conditions such as scoliosis; limb differences; and hand, hip and foot disorders.

The facility soon hopes to open a day surgery center, a state-of-the-art movement science lab and an inclusive playground for our patients and the community.

Find out more here.


Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children treats many of the world’s most complex orthopedic cases, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. The specialists in our six Centers for Excellence spend a lifetime practicing, researching and pioneering pediatric orthopedic care. Find out more on the hospital’s website. publishes every week.
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