Knee Surgery Improved Rosa Avina’s Quality of Life

After Rosa Avina had difficulty walking, she went to see Dr. David Randall at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group East Houston Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

Dr. Randall performed a successful knee surgery on Rosa, which vastly enhanced her mobility and quality of life.

“I’ve had a good recovery, and the therapy I’m receiving is helping me move better,” says Rosa. “Now, I can do things like go on walks, cook, sweep, and mop much better.”

For anyone seeking personalized orthopedic care, she highly recommends Dr. Randall and the team at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group. Additionally, as a Spanish-speaking patient, Rosa was thankful she was able to easily communicate with Dr. Randall without a translator.

“I have told many people to go see Dr. Randall,” she said. “He’s a great doctor.”

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