Dr. Robert L. Burke
Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Burke Orthopedics and our team of Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeons along with our Board-Certified Physiatrist are members of Fondren Orthopedic Group L.L.P. recognized as one of the largest and most comprehensive associations of private orthopedic surgery practitioners within Houston and the surrounding areas. Our team is dedicated to creating an outstanding patient experience while providing personalized, comprehensive orthopedic and rehabilitation care. Dr. Burke Orthopedics physicians are specialized in maintaining the musculoskeletal health of our patients for over 50 years. As a result, patients take the first step toward an active, pain-free lifestyle. Dr. Burke, our primary orthopedic surgeon, commits to remaining at the forefront of orthopedic surgery and medicine in order to provide cutting-edge treatments such as Robotic Surgery and Stem Cell Therapy.
Dr. Robert Burke specializes in Sports Medicine, focusing his care on athletic injury treatments that utilize the latest medical research and technology. His goal is to allow patients to recover from an injury more rapidly, allowing them to quickly return to their sport and everyday activities. Above all, patients receive expert advice and support from Dr. Burke and his staff to help ensure treatment goes as smoothly as possible.
• Total and Partial Knee Replacement
• Attune Knee Replacement
• Robotic Surgery
• Stem Cell Therapy
• Sports Medicine
Publications & Presentations
Dr. Robert Burke has written multiple publications and abstracts and given several presentations over orthopedic medicine throughout his career. Most notably, he has served as a Clinical Preceptor for Baylor College of Medicine since 1998 along with being a Clinical Instructor for the program. As a result, he maintains an outstanding reputation as a leader in the orthopedic medicine field.
“The Effect of GNRH on Growth Hormone Release in the Normal Male” Clin.Pharm, 2001.
“The Dislocated Knee” Perspectives in Orthopaedic Surgery. Vol. 2, 2001.
Bicruciate Avulsions in High Energy Knee Trauma
Knee Dislocations – Literature Reviews
Ipsilateral Hip Dislocation with Femoral Neck and Shaft Fracture – A Case Report