UAMS and Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway have teamed up to provide complete orthopaedic services at
The expertise of the state's largest fellowship-trained orthopaedic team has combined with the state's largest, most comprehensive care network.REQUEST an Appointment
The clinic offers advanced surgeries and treatments, such as:
Whether it’s slight discomfort or debilitating pain, we can find the treatment, medication or procedure right for you.
Our specialists are trained to address arthritis, failed replacements, injuries and fractures to return you to full strength.
We have the expertise to treat trauma, fractures, tendon and nerve injuries, carpal tunnel, arthritis, cysts, tumors and cubital tunnel syndrome.
We offer treatments, exercises and procedures to address injuries, rotator cuff, fractures and instability.
Bursitis, injuries, tears, accidents, pinched nerves, tendonitis, dislocations and overuse are a few of the many elbow conditions we are able to treat.
Our experts can treat cervical, thoracic and lumbar issues, disk herniations, scoliosis, tumors, fractures, trauma and other spine issues.
Whether a high school prospect, weekend warrior or an avid outdoorsman, our doctors can treat dislocations, fractures, ACL tears and other injuries to get you back to doing what you love.
Through advanced surgical and nonsurgical treatments, our experts help restore movement and alleviate pain from a variety of conditions including arthritis, bunions and fractures.
"Having been active most of my life, I was upset when my hip began bothering me. I went to Dr. Barnes after the pain became unbearable. He immediately told me I needed a new hip. I was in and out of the hospital in about 24 hours. Three weeks later I was back at work, and within a few months I was swimming, walking, riding bikes, enjoying yoga and now boot camp. Dr. Barnes, his staff and everyone at UAMS Baptist Health Orthopaedic Clinic-Conway were wonderful. They got me back to my active life. I couldn’t be happier."
-Gina Newman, Executive Director, Family Home of Little Rock
The care team at UAMS Baptist Health Orthopaedic Clinic-Conway is staffed by both UAMS and Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway providers:
C. Lowry Barnes, M.D.
Hip & Knee
C. Lowry Barnes, M.D., Chair of UAMS Department of Orthopaedics, provides state-of-the-art medical care to patients suffering from a wide range of problems with the hip and knee. Nationally known for his expertise in joint replacements, he provides nonsurgical and surgical treatment for pain and discomfort as a result of:
Robert D. Martin, M.D.
Foot & Ankle
Dr. Robert D. Martin specializes in foot and ankle surgery, using advanced techniques and minimally invasive procedures to repair damage, restore movement and alleviate pain.
Dr. Martin is a fellow member of both the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. He spent five years completing his internship and residency in Arkansas before traveling to Florida for specialized training in foot and ankle surgery. He provides surgical and nonsurgical treatments such as:
Sean Morell, M.D.
Hand & Upper Extremity
Sean Morell, MD, provides caring and compassionate care to patients suffering from a wide range of problems with the hand, wrist and forearm. He completed his residency in Orthopaedics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. With specialized training that includes a fellowship at the University of Colorado-Denver, he provides nonsurgical and surgical treatment for:
Kathryn Nance, M.D.
Board certified and fellowship trained to provide the best in patient care, Dr. Kathryn Nance is a family medicine physician who specializes in nonsurgical sports and musculoskeletal medicine.
She offers state-of-the-art care for:
Lawrence O'Malley, M.D.
Fellowship-trained in sports medicine, Dr. Lawrence O’Malley provides surgical and nonsurgical treatment to athletes of all ages and skill levels. He has served as a team physician for Clemson, Tulane and the University of Tennessee-Martin and is currently team physician for North Little Rock High School. Restoring function to return his patients to an active lifestyle, Dr. O’Malley offers caring and compassionate treatment for:
Sam Overley, M.D.
Samuel C. Overley, M.D., provides compassionate medical care to patients suffering from a wide range of issues with the back and spine. Fellowship-trained at the Cleveland Clinic to provide the best in personalized care to his patients, Dr. Overley advocates for shared medical decision making and treatment strategies for pain and discomfort.
He specializes in:
Jeffrey B. Stambough, M.D.
Hip & Knee
Jeffrey B. Stambough, M.D., offers advanced treatments for patients experiencing variety of hip and knee issues. An emerging leader in the American Orthopaedic Association, he has conducted award-winning joint procedure research, and provides expertise in both time-tested surgical techniques as well as new cutting-edge approaches.
Dr. Stambough provides treatment for pain and discomfort as a result of:
Theresa Wyrick-Glover, M.D.
Hand & Upper Extremity
Theresa Wyrick-Glover, M.D., provides caring and compassionate care to patients suffering from a wide range of problems with the hand, wrist and forearm. With specialized training that includes a fellowship at the world-renowned Philadelphia Hand Center, she provides nonsurgical and surgical treatment for:
Justin Rabinowitz, M.D.
Dr. Rabinowitz provides state-of-the-art medical care to patients suffering from a range of problems with the shoulder. His goal is to improve patient’s pain and restore their function through an individualized approach.
He completed his residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. With specialized training that includes a Shoulder and Elbow fellowship at Washington University, he provides nonsurgical and surgical treatment for:
UAMS Baptist Health Orthopaedic Clinic-Conway
625 United Drive
Conway, AR 72032