Legacy Bone & Joint
Posted on January 3rd, 2018

​Many have asked how I am doing after my recent hip replacement. Thank you all for your concern and especially prayers! I promised my doctor, Dr. Grayson Moore, I would have a video for him within three months from surgery so here it is. From a martial artist's standpoint this is a little rough as I have not trained seriously in 9 years and am running pretty hard at 60 years old but am pleased the motion is still there. I knew 9 years ago I did something very bad to my hip but had no idea it was broken. Just as my Dad taught me so many years ago "I got up, dusted myself off and went on down the road". I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoyed making it and now walking around without pain. The operation was a life changing event! A special thanks to Dr. Grayson Moore for fixing me up and Craig C. for holding the wood and his "drone/editing" skills!

Posted on January 29th, 2016

Shawn Scott, DC, Grayson Moore, MD, and Frosty Moore, MD of River City Docs will be heading west to where the rivers meet in beautiful Kingsland, Texas to speak to the Lion's Club. They will be speaking on a variety of topics including: acute and chronic back injuries, sports medicine injuries and arthritis. The talk will be on 2/18/16 from 11am-12:30. Please join them. 

Posted on January 29th, 2016

Mayor’s Blog

When the Lake Travis Football team heads to College Station this weekend for their next game, they will have a team of supporters along with them.  Key among them will be Grayson Moore, M.D. of Lakeway Regional Medical Center, who has provided medical advice and council to the team throughout the entire season. Dr. Moore is on the sideline and in regular contact with the trainers and Coach Carter to determine whether players are ready to get back in the game following injuries.  While most injuries this season have been regular sprains and muscle pains, some players have actually had season ending injuries. 
“It truly does take a team of people to support these young athletes,” shared Grayson Moore, M.D. “I feel privileged to play a role in helping the team stay fit and healthy.  I have been so impressed with these young men, including those who have stepped up for other players who have had major injuries.  They are ready for these tough games.  
Lakeway Regional Medical Center is a proud sponsor of the Lake Travis High School Football team.

Posted on January 29th, 2016

Emmaus Catholic Church will be having a Community Health Fair on 2/6/16 in Lakeway.
The Health Fair will be held in the Emmaus Catholic Parish Life Center at 1718 Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway. The Parish Life Center is located in the back of the church campus. (Just follow driveway to the back of the church). There will be an excellent line-up with topics on Cardiology, Women's Health, and Orthopedics. Please join us.

​11:00 – Christina Stelly will be talking about Women’s Health
12:00 – Dr. Karnati will be speaking on Cardiology
1:00 – Dr. Grayson Moore will be speaking on Orthopedics

Posted on October 21st, 2015

Texas All-Star Baseball Academy

You’re invited!
Is your son a baseball player interested in taking his skills to the next level?
Are you worried about potential injuries as your son joins a competitive select or high-school team?
Come to our event and learn from the experts! 

You'll receive advice from doctors, physical therapists, vision therapists, and baseball experts about your son’s development in this 2-hour seminar of presentations from the following specialists:
Dr. Frosty Moore, Westlake Orthopedics

Dr. Grayson Moore, Westlake Orthopedics

Dr. Steven Reinlie, Movement Screening & Assessment / Shoulder Specialist

Lt. Craig Flowers, VP, APTUS Discovery

Dr. Brianna Larsen, Optometry Center for Vision Therapy

Patrick Reid, TASBA Program Director

You'll also learn more about a new training program in Central Texas called TASBASTRONG. TASBASTRONG is a comprehensive, 3 month (Nov – Jan), off-season baseball training program covering all areas of development: throwing, pitching, fielding, hitting, running, arm care and recovery.

What are parents saying about the program?
“The partnerships that Coach Reid has formed with other sports professionals in the community are impressive. Each player underwent an assessment with an orthopedist, a chiropractor, a sports vision therapist, ArpWave and an APTUS test. The results will be used to help understand the intricacies of each player and used as a baseline to determine progress throughout their development and training.”

RSVP today!
Or, for more information, call us at 512.293.9762 or email us at tasbainfo@att.net.

WHEN: Sunday, November 1, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (CST)

WHERE: 11310 W Hwy 290 - Austin, TX 78737