Dr. Sarah Langston is a sports medicine physician at United Regional Physician Group.
Dr. Langston graduated from Midwestern State University right here in Wichita Falls before obtaining a Master of Science in Medical Sciences from the University of North Texas (UNT) Health Science Center in Fort Worth. She went on to earn her medical degree from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at the UNT Health Sciences Center. Dr. Langston completed a residency at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas, then a sports medicine fellowship at Baylor University in Waco.
A native of Wichita Falls, Dr. Langston graduated from Wichita Falls High School, where she played volleyball. She played two years of collegiate volleyball at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, before transferring to Midwestern State University. “Wichita Falls is home to me. I’m so excited to come back to my hometown to serve my own community.”
Dr. Langston looks forward to treating toddlers and older with all types of non-operative orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions, including fracture management, sports injuries, joint pain, and osteoarthritis. “I’ve always wanted to care for people of all ages, from pediatric patients with a bone fracture to older patients with arthritis. Being a mother has really changed my philosophy and made me a better physician. It’s made me more compassionate and more empathetic, especially when patients come in with a fracture and must still care for their children.”
Whether someone is injured during a sporting event or weekend recreation, Dr. Langston looks forward to getting her patients back to the activities they love. “I have a passion for sports medicine. I like being on the sideline during a Friday night game and taking care of athletes, as well as being in the clinic to give treatment plans throughout that week.”
During her free time, Dr. Langston enjoys being outdoors with her husband and son. They love traveling, attending sporting events, hunting, fishing, and playing with their chocolate Labrador retriever.