Dr. Lintner is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports related knee and shoulder injuries as well as elbow reconstruction.
He currently serves as team medical director for the Houston Astros, assistant team orthopedist for the Houston Texans, and team physician for Lee College and Houston Independent School District. Additionally, Dr. Lintner is a former president of Major League Baseball's Team Physician Association.
Dr. Lintner is the founder and Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship training program at the Houston Methodist Hospital. He has been recognized numerous times as one of U.S. News & World Report's 'Best Doctors in America,' and by Texas Monthly as a 'Super Doctor.'
The specialists at Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine use the latest technology, perform minimally invasive procedures and develop customized treatment plans, including physical therapy, just for you.
We are also proud to be the official health care provider for Houston's premier professional sports teams and fine arts organizations.
"Dr. Linter refused to see me once I arrived, because I asked to answer 3 pre-appointment questions directly, or on a written questionnaire. I opted out of the app because the contract explicitly stated Methodist is not liable for the security of your personal data on their app! The contract also said registration on the app is 'optional'. I offered repeatedly to answer his 3 questions on paper but ..."Read more