Dr. Mack is a Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, graduate of the University of Texas, as well as an Alpha Omega Alpha graduate of Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Medical Center. After receiving his medical degree, Dr. Mack completed a five year orthopedic surgery residency at Baylor, and was awarded the prestigious Bronze Hammer Award for excellence from his peers and mentors. He then traveled abroad to pursue his training in the specialties of knee and shoulder surgery, observing and assisting world-renowned orthopedic surgeons in Bern and Fribourg, Switzerland, and Melbourne, Australia.
Dr. Mack returned to Houston to establish his private practice in 1995, and has been an active member of the medical community ever since. He has served as head team physician for the Jersey Village High School Falcons, and has cared for athletes of all levels from the Cy-Fair, Klein, and Tomball ISD's, as well as recreational, collegiate, professional, and olympic athletes throughout Houston and Southwest Texas.
Dr. Mack has a passion for sports and the treatment of sports injuries. He serves as the Medical Director for the North Cypress Sports Medicine Center. He is an avid runner and triathlete, and has lectured to various athletic and fitness groups on physical fitness and athletic training. He has also appeared on television and radio as a consultant for Channel 11 news and KTRH radio.
Along with the nonoperative treatment of sports injuries, Dr. Mack's special interests are in reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder. He routinely performs knee arthroscopy, meniscus repair, ACL reconstruction, cartilage transplantation and the Carticel® procedure, as well as unicompartmental and total knee replacement. He is trained in Minimally Invasive (MIS) Quadriceps Sparing Total Knee Replacement, a promising technique offering many patients shorter hospitalization, smaller incisions, and accelerated recovery from total knee replacement. He also serves as a national training surgeon for Conformis® Partial Knee replacement, demonstrating and teaching this technique to other orthopedic surgeons.
In addition, Dr. Mack routinely performs shoulder arthroscopy, arthroscopic and minimally invasive rotator cuff repair, arthroscopic shoulder ligament repair and reconstruction, and total shoulder replacement.
His practice also includes care of most broken bones and fractures, as well as a variety of common conditions including shoulder, arm, elbow, and wrist pain, hip pain and arthritis, knee and ankle sprains, and other sports injuries.
Dr. Mack is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, and holds a subspecialty certificate in Sports Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and a member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the Texas Orthopedic Association, the Texas Medical Association, the Houston Orthopaedic Society, and the Harris County Medical Society. He has written, published, and spoken at national orthopedic surgery meetings on knee arthroscopy and ACL reconstruction. He has served in various leadership positions at his affiliated hospitals, including as Chief of Surgery.
Dr. Mack practices out of the North Cypress and Willowbrook offices, and performs surgery at North Cypress Medical Center, Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, Cy-Fair Surgery Center and Wortham Surgery Center.
Dr. Mack is Subspecialty Certified in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery