Hand and Wrist Center

Northwest Arkansas' Hand & Wrist Experts

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Meet Our Orthopaedic Hand & Wrist Experts

At Ozark Orthopaedics, we provide the highest quality and effective care for all hand, wrist, and elbow concerns. Each patient is carefully evaluated by our team of hand and wrist surgeons, who develop an appropriate plan to treat the individual’s specific needs.

Dr. Benafield - Ozark Orthopaedics - Arkansas

R. Bryan Benafield Jr., MD

Dr. Benafield is fellowship-trained, focused hand and upper extremity surgery with a special interest in arthroscopic shoulder surgery.

Dr. Henley - Ozark Orthopaedics - Arkansas

C. Noel Henley, MD

Dr. Henley is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand, wrist, and elbow surgery.

Dr. Johnson - Ozark Orthopaedics - Arkansas

Jeff W. Johnson, MD

Dr. Johnson is an orthopaedic surgeon with a fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery.

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Conditions & Treatments

The experts at Ozark Orthopaedics Hand Center treat all types of hand and wrist issues. Here are some of the most common conditions and treatments associated with hand and wrist pain.

Arthritis in the base of the thumb is more common in women than men. Find out how the hand and wrist experts at Ozark Orthopaedics can help you.

If you’re experiencing carpal tunnel syndrome, our doctors at Ozark Hand Center can help.

Ozark Orthopaedics has a skilled, experienced team that can evaluate your condition and determine the right treatment for your cubital tunnel syndrome.

Trust our team to help you with your pain and discomfort from De Quervain’s Tendonitis.

Elbow fractures are common. Find out how the experts at Ozark Orthopaedics can help you find relief.

Tennis elbow occurs in both men and women. Find out how Ozark Hand Center can help you.

There are many ways for fingertip injuries to occur. Ozark Hand Center offers different types of treatments to help you find relief.

Learn the treatment options for ganglion cysts with Ozark Orthopaedics Hand Center.

If you’re dealing with pain from a hand fracture let Ozark Hand Center help you.

A mallet finger is a name for a ruptured (torn) tendon at the tip of the finger. Learn more from our hand and wrist experts.

Learn more about the treatment options available at Ozark Orthopaedics for elbow bursitis. 

The hand and wrist experts at Ozark Orthopaedics offer treatments both non-surgical and surgical for trigger finger. Learn more.

The most common wrist fracture occurs in the radius bone. Treatment options can be complex. Find out how Ozark Hand Center can help you.

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