NEA Baptist Clinic

Dr. Jason Brandt

Dr. Jason Brandt has been providing exceptional orthopedic care to the citizens ofBrandt-standing-edt500.png Northeast Arkansas since 2000 after completing his training at the world renowned Campbell Clinic in Memphis, TN.

His interest in orthopedic surgery was fueled by his experiences playing football for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. Dr. Brandt earned a scholarship and played on two conference championship teams. Upon graduating with many scholastic honors including being selected to Phi Beta Kappa, he attended medical school at UAMS in Little Rock. While there he was selected to the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha.

Dr Brandt is board certified in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. While he sees and treats most all musculoskeletal conditions, Sports medicine, including arthroscopic surgery, continues to be an area of expertise and interest of his. Dr Brandt and Dr Stroope performed the first arthroscopic rotator cuff repair in Jonesboro in 2001  

The direct anterior approach hip replacement has become a growing and wildly successful part of his practice over the last three years.Traveling to five states to learn the technique has proven a benefit to his patients. Total and partial knee replacements continue to allow his patients to return to active lifestyles.

Dr Brandt has been married to Jana for over 20 years. Together they are trying to keep upwith Will, Samantha, and Brian. He currently serves on the NEA Baptist Clinic Board of Directors and Physician's Leadership Group. His interest in the youth in the community has led him to coach football,baseball,soccer, basketball, andeven volleyball. Currently he is also serving as a life group leader and deacon at Central Baptist Church .

Dr Brandt looks forward to meeting you and providing you and your family with the exceptional and personal orthopedic care.

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