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The Woodlands
Specialty Care

Orthopedic Surgery
Phone: 936-267-7200 (Woodlands) | 281-812-0280 (Kingwood)
Fax: 936-267-7914 (Woodlands) | 281-812-0528 (Kingwood)


Texas Children's Hospital - The Woodlands
17580 I-45 South
1st Floor
The Woodlands, TX 77384

Antony Kallur Antony, MD

Attending Orthopedic Surgeon

Associate Professor, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Thomas Jefferson University Fellowship Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery 2010
Hospital for Special Surgery Fellowship Orthopaedic Surgery of the Spine 2009
Royal College of Surgeons Residency 2005
Mahatma Gandhi University Residency 1999
Government Medical College Kozhikode Medical School Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery 1994


Dr Kallur has realized over the years that children are fast healers and are ready to tough it out to get back to their favorite activity as soon as possible.  Hence they are extremely motivated and he tailors his treatment to help them get back soon. Spine fusion requires careful thought, planning and execution.  When done well the child heals quickly and Dr. Kallur's philosophy is to do the least necessary so that function and flexibility are preserved.

Clinical Interests:

Dr Kallur (Antony) is board certified pediatric orthopedic surgeon, extensively trained in spine deformity surgery. He comes to us from University of New Mexico Albuquerque after nearly 10 years of erstwhile service (2010 – 2020). During his time there he was promoted to Associate Professor and was selected Instructor of the year in 2014 by his residents.

He has had excellent training in the US with his first fellowship being at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York which is the highest ranked hospital for orthopedics in the country many years running. His second fellowship was at the esteemed Alfred I. DuPont Children’s hospital in Delaware where he had further training in complex spine deformities in children.

Dr. Kallur is versatile in all aspects of various spine problems in children and is well versed in minimally invasive surgery and navigation assisted spine surgery.  He is also trained in vertebral body tethering and endoscopic spine surgery.

He has special interest in back pain in children and its management, especially back pain that can be debilitating in active children due to fractures (spondylolysis), slippage of bones (spondylolisthesis) and disc prolapse.

Research Interests:

Scoliosis non-fusion techniques

Back pain and rehabilitation

Sports related spine injuries

Pediatric trauma


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Member
Duncan Tree Foundation Volunteer Surgeon to Philipines
Foundation of Orthopedics and Complex Spine Volunteer Surgeon to Ghana
North American Spine Society Member
Scoliosis Research Society Candidate Member, Global Outreach Committee

Selected Publications

Plaster S, Filip H and Kallur A. Anaphylactic reaction to Tranexamic acid during posterior spine fusion. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 2020, CC-D-20-00130.

Godfrey J, McGraw J, Kallur A, Silva S, Szalay E. A Modification to the McHale Procedure Reduces Operative Time and Blood Loss. J Pediatr Orthop 2016 Dec;36(8):e89-e95.

Kadhim M., Pizarro, C., Holmes, L., Rogers, K. J., Kallur, A., & Mackenzie, W. G. (2013). Prevalence of scoliosis in patients with Fontan circulation. Archives of Disease in Childhood 98(3), 170-175.

Kadhim, M., Holmes, L., Bober, M. B., Rogers, K. J., & Kallur, A. (2011). Vitamin D Status in Pediatric Patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Pediatr Therapeut 1(103), 2161-0665.

A. Kallur, M. Ferrone, and O. Boachie-Adjei, (2010). Surgical Management of Adults with Congenital Deformities of the Spine. Seminars in Spine Surgery Vol 22:154-160.

K. Atesok, A. Kallur, E. Peleg, Y. Weil, M. Liebergall, and R. Mosheiff, (2006). Intraoperative Three-Dimensional Imaging (ISO-C-3D) in Trauma Surgery.  Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - British Volume Vol 88-B, Issue SUPPL II, 338.


Orthopaedic Faculty Instructor of the Year, UNM/SOM Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, 2014

AO Trauma Fellowship 2005 under Prof. Meir Leibergall and Prof. Rami Moshieff, Sept 5, 2005 to Oct 15, 2005, Hadassah Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

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