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Orthopedic Specialists

Dr Robert Berry orthopedic surgeon

Robert E. Berry, DO

Dr. Robert E. Berry is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon fellowship trained in sports medicine. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, cartilage transplant, ACL reconstruction, and trauma/fractures. Dr. Berry has been the team physician for several sports teams and events, including the San Diego Chargers, NFL combines, WWE, and more. In addition, he has served as a reviewer for the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine journal.

Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino

Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino, MSHS, PA-C

After watching his brother go through surgery and rehabilitation for a joint injury as a teen, Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino was drawn to orthopedic medicine. He served as a medical assistant and orthopedic technician in the United States Navy for more than a decade before earning his certification as a physician assistant in 2017. His areas of special interest and focus include the care of upper and lower-extremity injuries, administration of joint injections, complex casting/splinting/bracing, incorporating orthotics into orthopedic care, and fracture and wound management.

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Katie Krueger physical therapist

Katie Kruger, PA-C

Katie Krueger knew she wanted to be a Physician Assistant since volunteering as a teenager at the local hospital in her hometown. She grew up in Colorado and attended undergraduate school at Fort Lewis College. Katie worked as a medical assistant and limited scope x-ray technician in orthopedics prior to becoming a Physician Assistant. Katie graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center with a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2010. She has a background in family medicine, urgent care and occupational medicine. She finds orthopedics and sports medicine a gratifying field to work in because she can help patients recover from injuries and overcome ailments to return to an active lifestyle.


Eric Szostek, PA-C

Eric Szostek’s passion for Sports Medicine and Orthopedics cultivated while growing up and playing basketball in a small town, known for their talented and well developed basketball program, just west of Ft Worth in Lipan, TX. While attending undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University he worked as a student Athletic Trainer for Men’s Basketball, Football, and Softball. During and after his pursuit of his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, he worked with minor league hockey teams, collegiate summer baseball, Texas Tech Men’s Basketball Summer Camps, and served as the Head Athlete Trainer of Lake Dallas High School.