Welcome To Our Web Site

John A. Evans, M.D. strives to provide comprehensive orthopaedic care to patients of all ages and activity levels. His primary goal is to assist you in returning to your lifestyle quickly and safely.

Dr. Evans and his staff keep abreast of the changing technologies within the field of orthopaedics and incorporate into the practice those that have proven successful. This includes joint resurfacing, minimally invasive joint replacement, as well as computer assisted and tissue/bone preserving surgeries.

We offer the very latest treatment options for orthopaedic care, specializing:
  • Knee and Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Ligament and Joint Reconstruction
  • Arthroscopic Surgery
  • General Orthopaedics
  • Sports Medicine
This web site is provided to familiarize you with Dr. Evans and his practice. In addition to answering many of the most frequently asked questions regarding orthopaedic care, you will also find directions, hours, insurance information and patient forms.

Our Mission
Our mission is to provide the best possible care to our patients in order to help them return to their life quickly and safely.

Practice Specialties
We offer the very latest treatment options for orthopaedic care, with a special focus on adult joint reconstruction, joint replacement and sports medicine.

Our Office
We have 2 offices conveniently located in San Antonio
414 Navarro St., #1128
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone Number: 210-351-6500
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5307 Broadway #120,
San Antonio, TX 78209
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Our office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Items to Bring on You First Visit:
X-rays, MRI, medical history, list of medications

We accept all major insurance.

Our Staff
Roxanne Ojeda, MA
Christine Madrid, FNP

Pre-surgical Preperation
Nothing to eat or drink 8 hours prior to surgery except approved meds with a sip of water. Wear loose fitting clothes. Arrange a ride home if you are an outpatient. Fill your pain med prescription before surgery.
Notify your health plan and family physician.

Post-Op
Read your preoperative sheet of FAQ's (frequently asked questions) and keep it handy.
Ice and elevate the operated extremity. If your pain medicine causes nausea, you might get relief from 25mgs of Benadryl or by taking the pain pill with peanut butter. Plan to rest for a few days after surgery to minimize bleeding and swelling. Remember to call to renew narcotic prescriptions during office hours when we have access to your chart. We do not renew these nights and weekends so plan ahead and let us know if you need a refill.

In an emergency call 911. Otherwise, call the hospital and the on-call doctor will assist you with your needs.

Hospital Affiliation
Nix Medical Center
414 Navarro St.
San Antonio, Texas 78205

Christus Santa Rosa Medical Center
2827 Babcock Road
San Antonio, Texas 78229

Methodist Ambulatory Surgery Hospital - Stone Oak
19010 Stone Oak Pkwy
San Antonio, Texas 78258

Other Accommodations
On-Site X-ray Facilities
Handicapped Accessible
Spanish spoken