Dr. Callewart believes that the best option for patients is one that involves the least amount of surgery. In fact, about two-thirds of his patients are treated without surgery by using medications, physical therapy, and other nonsurgical treatments.
Dr. Callewart employs a state-licensed, certified physician’s assistant with over 30 years of experience in brain, neck, and back problems who is typically available to see a patient within 24 hours and often the same day which can save you an expensive trip to the emergency room or urgent care facility. The physician assistant can write prescriptions for some pain medicine, muscle relaxers, and physical therapy as well as order MRI’s and CAT scans with all cases being reviewed by Dr. Callewart.
Dr. Callewart believes that the most important aspect of providing quality care is establishing good relationships with his patients, involving them in their treatment plans and personally discussing the details of each procedure with every patient.
DNV GL is an international firm out of Norway that has a Healthcare sector that evaluates hospitals and hospital services. The evaluation is based on Safety of Medication Use, Surgery Sterilization Standards, Personnel Training, Cleanliness, Low Complication Rate, Low Infection Rate, Patient Satisfaction Scores, General Safety Measurements of the Facility, Equipment and many more. MHfS is the first hospital in Texas and the second in the USA to achieve this honor. We are very honored to be recognized internationally and will continue to strive for excellence.
Dr. Callewart is a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon. He completed medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas; his orthopedic surgery residency at St. Luke’s Hospital, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland; and his orthopedic spine fellowship at UCLA School of Medicine in Los Angeles. Dr. Callewart specializes in the treatment of traumatic spine injuries and chronic pain. His clinical interests include the alleviation of chronic pain associated with spine injuries, scoliosis, cervical and lumbar fractures, and the advances in treatment of complicated cases.
Dr. Callewart believes that while there have been tremendous advancements over the years in how surgeons treat patients with spine conditions, the importance of the bond of trust between the patient and physician remains the same.
Devin was reared in the San Francisco Bay Area. He worked as an EMT in Oakland, California, for two years and earned his nursing degree in Fremont, California. He moved to Lubbock, Texas, shortly afterward and spent five years working as an ICU nurse.
After that,he completed the physician assistant program at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks in 2001. He then returned to West Texas and worked as a neurosurgery PA and earned an MBA from Texas Tech University. He moved to the Dallas area in 2016 where he worked at Medical City Dallas’s new spine hospital before joining me.
Dr. Craig Callewart, renowned neck and back orthopedic specialist, has a secret life: bees. Dr. Callewart is also a beekeeper, and has over 150,000 bees that he deals with daily on his family’s cattle ranch in Kaufman, Texas, where he also has llamas.
Some members of our staff have worked with Dr. Callewart for over 20 years. This small, stable environment fosters continuity in care and a warm, familiar atmosphere for patients.
‣ DNV GL Healthcare Certification for Spine, Shoulder, and Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery ‣ Orthopedic Center of Excellence – 1st in Texas and 2nd hospital in the nation to receive ‣ US News & World Report – rated “High Performing” in hip and knee replacement ‣ Blue Cross Blue Shield – “Blue Distinction Center +” for spine surgery ‣ Dallas Morning News – Top 100 Places to Work ‣ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) – 5-Star Rating ‣ Texas Medical Foundation Quality Improvement Bronze Award ‣ Cigna – Center of Excellence for Joint Replacement ‣ ISO 9001:2015 Certified