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Dr. Lintner, MD featured in Houston Chronicle

I have been embedded with the Astros in their "playoff bubble" for almost a month. While this has been disruptive to my practice, most of my patients have been understanding and excited for the Astros during their playoff run! We are still providing care via telemedicine visits with me while I travel and in-person with my physician assistant, Ms. Hieu Ha, PAC in Houston. We can do evaluations, order MRI's, schedule surgeries,  and check on your post-operative progress.
The Houston Chronicle recently featured my experience in the Houston Astros playoff bubble. Find the article here

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