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Pediatric Orthopedic Physicians + Pediatric Physical Therapists serving Austin, Cedar Park, Westlake, South Austin, Four Points and Central Texas.

The hardest part of this job is that once you help a child get better, they no longer need you! At the end of the day, it is all about improving the quality of life for our patients. I love hearing from parents months and years after an injury. Seeing children achieve their goals and dreams makes all the hard work worth it!

 

I have two very rambunctious children of my own, Chance and Ella, who keep me on my toes. And most importantly, I'm blessed with a very, very patient wife."

I can barely pronounce my last name, much less having kids pronounce my last name.  I have been called Dr. “Chalkboard”, Dr. “Sidechalk”, Dr. “Baldspot” (I do not have a bald spot ... Well at least I can’t see one)

I have the sense of humor of a 9 year-old boy, so I truly love working with kids-- I'm very passionate about it.  I am a strong believer in mother’s intuition.  My hope is to take care of your child the best way I know how and provide an environment where you and your child feel like you are part of the family – assuming you really like your family."

My amazing voice and dance moves!  Demo? - Just ask!

Tennis and Fishing.  Though the two don’t go well together at the same time.

My subspecialty interests include treatment of adult and pediatric hand and upper extremity disorders including fractures, sports injuries, and congenital disorders.

“My active 10-year-old daughter wasn’t sure what to expect when we walked into CTPO with a broken hand (in two places). Dr. Gottschalk’s staff was so sweet, welcoming and absolutely amazing. He won over Tatum’s heart and eased her fears from the very beginning.

 

She says he is the funniest doctor and the best doctor she has ever met!

We are so thankful and blessed to have been in his care”

Dr. Gottschalk was the inaugural recipient of the Dell Medical School Compassion and Character Award.  

 

The purpose of this award is to recognize Dell Med students, residents, and faculty that demonstrate purposeful modeling of relationship building, effective communication, compassion, and guiding rather than directing people through a medical journey.