Education & Background
Adam Wright, M.D., a born and raised Texan, graduated with honors from Texas A&M University with a degree in Biomedical Science and History in 2010 before attending Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 2014. Dr. Wright completed his residency at Baylor Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas followed by a total joints fellowship at the Tahoe Arthroplasty Fellowship in Reno, Nevada.
Dr. Wright focuses primarily on hip and knee replacement surgery and practices state-of-the-art and innovative techniques including anterior hip replacement, custom or patient specific implants and instrumentation, robotic-assisted surgery, and minimally invasive techniques to allow patients to recover more rapidly and with less pain compared to conventional methods. Dr. Wright also manages complex primary and revision joint replacement cases.
Dr. Wright participates in medical research. He is a published author and has been honored to have the opportunity to present his research at educational society meetings across the country. He is an active member in several professional organizations including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, the Texas Medical Association, and the Texas Orthopedic Association. Additionally, Dr. Wright has an interest in medical missions and has worked in local outreaches and with BMDMI and Time for Christ in Honduras.
Dr. Wright is married to his wife, Joy, and they have four young children. When not working he enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, hunting, fishing, snowboarding, water sports, staying fit, barbequing, and reading. Dr. Wright and his family live in Castle Hills and are active in their church and community.
Dr. Wright is currently seeing new patients at our main office who have hip or knee pain that may need or have already had a joint replacement.