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Greenwood Leflore Hospital can boast of one of the finest teams of Orthopedic Surgeons to be found in Mississippi, with Dr. Asa Bennett and Dr. Jay Culpepper standing ready to evaluate and treat everything from broken toes to total hip replacements.

The reputation of Greenwood Orthopedic Clinic has established it as one of Mississippi’s premier bone and joint practices, with its current staff building on the rich legacy created by Dr. Fred Sandifer and Dr. Bill Anderson in the 1970s. Those two surgeons, both graduates of the world-renowned Campbell Clinic training program in Memphis, set the standard for quality care that has been maintained well into the 21st century.

Dr. Asa Bennett joined Greenwood Orthopedic Clinic in 2001. Dr Bennett is a 1995 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Medicine who went on to complete a General Surgery internship in Chattanooga and an Orthopedic residency at UMMC Jackson. He is also Board Certified and a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and Arthroscopy Association of North America.

Dr. Jay Culpepper a native of Macon Georgia joined the  team at Greenwood Orthopedic Clinic in July  2015. Culpepper completed his medical degree at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and an orthopedic residency at LSU Health in Shreveport, Louisiana.

At Greenwood Orthopedic Clinic, these doctors are well-equipped to handle both chronic degenerative disorders and unexpected injuries. Both have a keen interest in sports medicine and stay busy with the treatment of high school, college and professional athletes as well as that of weekend amateurs. From Friday night sprained ankles to Monday morning golf game aches, Drs. Bennett and Culpepper are dedicated to getting their patients back on the field or court.

Those with a more sedate lifestyle will find Greenwood Orthopedic Clinic accessible and friendly, ready to handle the natural changes of aging in hips, knees and shoulders as well as less common challenges such as rheumatoid arthritis and scoliosis. Whether the patient is headed for surgery or the physical therapist, the orthopedist will be there to guide the treatment plan from beginning to end.

 

Scope of orthopedic specialty by joint:

Physicians

Knee
Shoulder
Hand
Hip