How to Find Us
We are located in the medical plaza on Great Oaks Drive just off of 620, right behind the 7-11.
Since opening our doors in 2010, Airrosti Great Oaks Family Practice has been working to improve the lives of our patients in Round Rock and the surrounding areas, providing safe and effective, long-term pain and injury resolution.
Frequently found to be a viable alternative to surgery, Airrosti Great Oaks Family Practice may help you avoid painful, expensive, unnecessary treatments and procedures. We also have a proven track record of helping patients significantly reduce or eliminate the need for prescription pain killers and long-term pain management plans.
Our hands-on musculoskeletal treatment has been demonstrated to accurately diagnose and rapidly resolve the source of most pain and injuries, helping patients return to pain-free activity as quickly as possible. Most patients report complete injury resolution in an average of three visits. (Based on patient-reported outcomes)
With 5-star reviews on Facebook, Google, and Yelp, you can trust Airrosti Great Oaks Family Practice to help with everything from shoulder to back and knee pain, as well as injuries, including plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, sprains, pulls, and more.
We encourage you to schedule your worry-free first appointment at your earliest convenience, and we at Airrosti Great Oaks Family Practice look forward to helping you quickly get back to enjoying life pain free.
What Our Patients Are Saying:
Airrosti has truly been a blessing the past couple of weeks. I injured my Achilles training for a marathon and needed something that would help me recover quickly. You can tell that the Airrosti team is both dedicated to their work and care about making their patients better. It was an enjoyable experience and after 4 visits I feel completely healed and ready to race. I highly recommend Airrosti to anyone looking to be pain-free again. – Sarah Jackson
Almost 3 years ago I pretty much destroyed my leg at Roller Derby practice! I stretched my ligaments until they tore causing the gap between the tib & fib to widen! Doctor was shocked it wasn’t broke and told me it would have been better if it was broke. 2 years later and lots of therapy I figured I would just live with the pain and giant ankle! The top right was just a couple months ago & the bottom is now!!! After 2 months of visiting Airrosti it is almost completely back to normal!!! – Samantha Andrew