Is Continued Pain or Stiffness Bringing You Down?

Sometimes it is best to listen to your body. If you are experiencing pain, decreased range of motion, or are feeling unstable when you stand, it may be a sign of an underlying musculoskeletal condition. The orthopedic specialists at Spring Hospital are experts at identifying and treating damage to the muscles or skeleton cause by life’s wear and tear – from sports injuries to age-related conditions to daily repetitive tasks.
If you’re looking for an orthopedic specialist in Spring, Texas, trust your neighborhood hospital. Spring Hospital has proudly served the community for six years.


Dr. Bonaventure Ngu, M.D

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon – Spring Hospital

Bonaventure Ngu, MD, is an orthopedic spine surgeon committed to helping those who suffer from back pain regain mobility. He serves patients throughout Spring, Texas, at the Spring Hospital.

As a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with fellowship training in spinal surgery, Dr. Ngu is highly qualified to diagnose and treat a multitude of disorders affecting the cervical (neck) and lumbar spine (lower back). He specializes in relieving back and neck pain resulting & degenerative conditions, and injuries.

Dr. N. Brian Flowers, MD, MPT, FAAOS, FAAHKS

Orthopedic Surgeon – Spring Hospital

Dr. Flowers is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in Joint Preservation surgery, Complex Reconstruction and Deformity Correction, and Joint Replacement surgery. Dr. Flowers is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons as well as the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.

Dr. Flowers became involved in this specialty because of his belief in approaching orthopedic surgery from a different angle. Instead of treating a joint after it is damaged, his approach corrects the malalignment that would lead to debilitating arthritis in the future whether it be in the hip, knee or ankle. He also has the skill set to perform joint replacement procedures for those who already have advanced arthritis.

Dr. Mark Eilers, MD, MS, FAAOS

Orthopedic Sports Medicine – Spring Hospital

Dr. Mark Eilers is board certified in orthopedic surgery and orthopedic sports medicine. Dr. Eilers’ areas of focus include cartilage injuries to the knee, as well as tendon and complex ligamentous injuries to the knee, ankle, elbow, and shoulder. These injuries include multiple ligament knee injuries, anterior and posterior cruciate tears, meniscus injuries, rotator cuff tears, AC separations, and biceps/quad/patellar tendon injuries.

Dr. Eilers also manages osteoarthritis of the knee and shoulder with advanced procedures including Mako-assisted partial and total knee replacement, as well as patient-specific total shoulder and reverse total shoulder replacement.  In addition, Dr. Eilers performs both adult and pediatric acute fracture care for upper and lower extremity fractures.

Dr. Anthony Owusu

Orthopedic Spinal Surgeon – Spring Hospital

Orthopedic spinal surgeon Anthony Owusu, MD, has a passion for one-on-one care, treating each patient as an individual with unique needs. He provides care to the community of Spring, Texas, at Spring Hospital.

Effective treatments and expedient recoveries are at the heart of what motivates Dr. Owusu. Numerous testimonials attest to the instant connection and trust patients feel when being seen by Dr. Owusu.

Dr. William Jackson, DO

Orthopedic Surgeon, Upper Extremity & Hand Specialist – Spring Hospital

Dr. Jackson received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from San Diego State University and completed medical school at Midwestern University in Chicago and Phoenix.

Dr. Jackson is dedicated to learning the skills necessary to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to the hand and upper extremities in order to restore function and enhance individual lives.

Dr. Matthew Reid, MD

Orthopedic Sports Medicine – Spring Hospital

Dr. Matthew Reid is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine. Dr. Reid’s areas of focus include repair of cartilage and ligament injuries to the knee, rotator cuff tears, AC separations, and biceps/quad/patellar tendon injuries. Additionally, he performs shoulder and knee joint replacement surgeries and acute fracture care for upper and lower extremity fractures.

Dr. Jason Laurita, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon – Spring Hospital

Dr. Jason Laurita is an Orthopedic Surgeon who is fellowship-trained in Adult Reconstructive Surgery, specializing in hip and knee replacement. He is trained in anterior-approach hip replacement, minimally-invasive posterior hip replacement, and robotic hip and knee replacements.

He has a particular interest in a whole-patient approach to joint pain, working with the patient to provide a comprehensive solution that includes not only surgery but also the latest non-surgical methods to treat joint pain and improve overall health and fitness.


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