If you’re suffering with knee, hip, or shoulder pain, your road to recovery can’t be taken alone. Fellowship-trained and board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon Jason Lowry would like to be the “coach” of a team that diagnoses and treats your problem—and helps get you back in the game of life. “Our team includes the patient and their family, therapists, nurses, and physician assistants,” Dr. Lowry said. “It’s my job to educate you about your symptoms, diagnoses, and treatment options; to empower you to make savvy decisions about your own healthcare.”
Dr. Lowry always seeks the most conservation treatment options first. “Non-operative management with a team-based approach is successful for the majority of orthopaedic pain,” he said. “However, when surgery is the only option, I feel fortunate to have learned and trained under leaders in the field of replacement.” As such, his approach is based on sound, surgical fundamentals that incorporate newer methods in tissue-sparing technologies to hasten your recovery, decrease your pain, minimize your hospital stay, and decrease the risks associated with surgery.”
Dr. Lowry takes a small-town approach in the big city. “I treat my patients like family,” he says. “Getting folks back on their feet and enjoying life again is quite rewarding. I have a fun, rewarding job.” Locally known for his anterior hip replacements and complex, revision hip surgery, Dr. Lowry also performs knee and shoulder replacements. He has a special interest in robotic hip replacement; hip and knee replacements for younger, active patients, and complex joint replacements for patients suffering from fractures or infections.
Dr. Lowry graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees in biology & theology from Creighton University and received his MD from Creighton University School of Medicine before completing an orthopedic surgery residency from University of Missouri Kansas City and a fellowship in adult reconstruction at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He was honored to serve eight years as a commissioned Orthopedic Surgeon in the U.S. Air Force, including Operation Iraqi/Enduring Freedom in 2009. He joined Arlington Orthopedic Associates in 2015, after initially practicing in Dallas in 2012. He is currently the Chairman of the Orthopedic Surgery Department at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. Additionally, he is co-director of the Joint Institute of North Texas, which was founded as a center of excellence within AOA and aims to provide the most advanced, evidence-based care for patients with joint problems. In his free time, Dr. Lowry cherishes time with his wife and two children, hiking, biking and fly fishing and volunteering at their church. He’s now accepting new patients.