Learn About Ozark’s Injury Clinic

Learn About Ozark’s Injury Clinic

When you need immediate orthopaedic care, you can rely on the board-certified physicians of Ozark Orthopaedics. 

Started by Dr. Coy Kaylor in 1948, Ozark has grown in 4 locations. We treat injuries of the following: 

Hand and Wrist

Whether it’s work-related, sports-related, or any other condition of the hand and wrist, Ozark has specialists who can help you use your hands again. 

There are many hand conditions that are treated in our practice, including De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, trigger finger, rheumatoid arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and wrist ganglion. 

Shoulder and Elbow

The mobility and frequent use of shoulder and elbow joints make them more prone to injuries. They can happen as a result of a sudden injury or may develop over time.

We have orthopaedic surgeons who can provide relief from shoulder and elbow injuries, including rotator cuff tears, unstable shoulders, proximal humerus fractures, elbow fractures, and stiff elbow.


At Ozark Orthopaedics, we provide the highest quality of care to all spine problems. We provide comprehensive spine care in one setting and our physicians are fellowship-trained in the latest spine treatments and procedures.


The knee allows us to make varied movements. Without it, walking, bending, jumping, and other tasks would be impossible. When the knee gets injured, your quality of life can be affected.

We understand how vital and complex this joint is. Our physicians are experts when it comes to assessing, diagnosing, and treating knee injuries. We can help you restore your active and pain-free lifestyle.

Foot and Ankle

Our physicians are highly experienced in assessing, diagnosing, and treating injuries of the foot and ankle. Some of the foot and ankle injuries we treat include bunions, arthritis, congenital and acquired deformities of the foot and ankle, joint destruction, fractures, dislocations, and torn ligaments.


Whether the injury occurs before, during, or after a sports event, our orthopaedic specialists can help athletes of all ages and skills return to their sports safely.

We currently have 5 orthopaedic clinics in Northwest Arkansas. You can view all our locations and business hours here.