Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery
"I strive to treat all my patients as individuals with an unhurried approach in both the clinic and operating room setting. I emphasize an accurate diagnosis as the first step in a successful treatment. My goal is for my patients to have a personalized experience with an exemplary outcome."
The NAVIO system is an advancement in the way orthopedic surgeons perform partial knee replacement. The system works in conjunction with our surgeon's skilled hands to achieve the precise positioning of the knee implant based on each patient's unique anatomy. This added level of accuracy can help improve the function, feel and potential longevity of the partial knee implant. Through an advanced computer program, the NAVIO system provides robotic assistance that relays precise information about your knee to a robotics-assisted handpiece used by our surgeons during the procedure. By collecting patient-specific data, boundaries are established for the handpiece so we can remove the damaged surfaces of your knee, balance your joint, and position the implant with greater precision. Learn more about NAVIO here.
NAVIO Robotic Assistance provides accuracy and precision.
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Team physician for Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School
Dr. Mathis was the first surgeon to perform a direct anterior hip replacement in The Woodlands and continues to have excellent results with this procedure. He strives to keep current with the ever-changing technologies in the field of orthopaedics in order to provide the best care for his patients. Dr. Mathis resides in The Woodlands with his wife and three children.