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Texas Orthopedics, Sports & Rehabilitation Associates

Texas Orthopedics
Surgery Center

4700 Seton Center Parkway
Suite 100
Austin, Texas 78759
Office Hours Monday – Friday: 7 am - 5 pm

Day of Your Surgery

Texas Orthopedic Surgery Center offers a warm and personalized setting that is convenient and efficient. Our standard of care allows family/caregivers to accompany patients pre-operatively and post-operatively, preparing family for the home care process. This outpatient service allows patients to complete their recovery in the comfort of their own home. 

Here are the important things to know about the day of your surgery at Texas Orthopedics Surgery Center:

  • Please bathe or shower the morning of your surgery. Do not wear makeup or nail polish and dress in loose, comfortable clothing and comfortable shoes.
  • Leave your valuables, such as jewelry, at home.
  • Make sure to bring cases for your glasses, contact lenses, and hearing aids. Also bring a list of your medications.
  • The surgery center staff will inform you of the expected arrival time. Upon arrival you will complete admission and consent forms.
  • Once you are admitted for surgery, the admitting nurse will do an assessment and prep your surgical site. You’ll be given a surgical gown and warm slippers to change into. The anesthesiologist and your surgeon will meet with you prior to your procedure.
  • Family/caregivers are allowed to accompany you preoperatively and post operatively, preparing family for the home care process.
  • For your safety an adult must drive you home and care for you for 24 hours after surgery. For local anesthesia cases and injections follow the instructions given by your physician. 

FAQs: Day of Your Surgery

What kind of anesthesia will I have?

It depends on the procedure you are having. Your anesthesiologist will discuss the type of sedation that is appropriate for your surgery. 

How will my pain be controlled during my surgery?

You will speak to an anesthesiologist before your surgery about how your pain will be controlled. Don’t be afraid to discuss any concerns you have during this time. Managing your pain is a high priority for us. We will be consistently monitoring your pain levels from before your surgery through your return home, and we are here to provide any assistance as needed to manage your pain as much as possible.

The highly qualified surgeons and staff at Texas Orthopedics Surgery Center in Northwest Austin, Texas are here to help. Call (512) 439-1006 with any questions or concerns you have about your surgery.