Central Texas Orthopedics celebrates 30 years in Austin

Central Texas Orthopedics is celebrating 30 years of business. (Courtesy Central Texas Orthopedics)
Central Texas Orthopedics is celebrating 30 years of business. (Courtesy Central Texas Orthopedics)

Central Texas Orthopedics is celebrating 30 years of business. (Courtesy Central Texas Orthopedics)

Central Texas Orthopedics is commemorating 30 years of business in the Greater Austin area with celebrations lined up for September. The physical therapy clinic has several locations, including one in the Westlake area 3532 Bee Caves Road, Austin, as well as a Four Points location at 6911 N. RM 620, Austin. With a growing team of more than 70 employees, the company said it aims to set the standard for exceptional pediatric orthopedic care. 512-478-8116. www.ctpomd.com


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