Dr. Scott Allan Hrnack, MD
Dr. Scott Hrnack is a board eligible and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who treats all orthopaedic conditions, but specializes in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder. Dr. Hrnack has excelled in sports and academics throughout his life. Growing up in the North Dallas area, he competed in gymnastics both for J.J. Pearce High School and at the private club level. After high school, he attended Syracuse University on both an athletic and academic scholarships. Throughout his gymnastics career, he won various titles and honors at the high school, college, state, and national levels. He was named 1996 Eastern Coast Athletic Conference rookie of the year and earned a spot on the Team 2000 USA National Gymnastics Team in 1996. Dr. Hrnack returned to Texas to begin his medical training at the University of Texas at Houston. Following graduation from medical school, he began his orthopedic training at Tulane University in New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina temporarily relocated Dr. Hrnack to Vanderbilt in Nashville where he continued to train for 9 months before landing back in Texas to finish his last three years of training at Texas Tech University. After residency, Dr. Hrnack pursued advanced specialty fellowship training in arthroscopic procedures and sports management in Plano, Texas. At his fellowship and during residency, he published several articles, presented research at several meetings, and coauthored a book chapter. He is a volunteer reviewer and is on the Editorial board for the Arthroscopy Journal. Dr. Hrnack opened his practice in Decatur, Texas from 2010-2014. He briefly moved to Southlake, Texas before landing in Grapevine, Texas with his current practice at Texas Institute of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, PLLC. Dr. Hrnack continues to lead a very active lifestyle. He is married to his wife Shelbi who is a certified orthotist and prosthetist.
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- Orthopedic Surgeon
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Education and training
- Medical School - University of Texas, Houston, Doctor of Medicine
Texas Institute of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports
815 Ira E. Woods Avenue, Suite 100
Grapevine, TX 76051