Arkansas Surgical Hospital has added two physician owners: Larry Nguyen, MD and Samuel A. Moore, DO.
Arkansas Surgical Hospital has added two physician owners, bringing the total number to sixteen. Larry Nguyen, MD and Samuel A. Moore, DO are orthopedic surgeons. Dr. Nguyen specializes in foot and ankle reconstruction as well as general orthopedics. Dr. Moore specializes in joint reconstruction, sports medicine and general orthopedics. Both are in practice at OrthoSurgeons, and they perform surgical procedures at Arkansas Surgical Hospital.
Meet your orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Jason Stewart! Dr. Stewart is a caring and knowledgeable orthopedic surgeon who specializes in knee, hip, and shoulder surgeries.
Dr. Jason Stewart graduated from the Hendrix College in 1992 and received his medical degree in 1996 from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, where he completed his residency and a Fellowship in Orthopedic Surgery of the Foot and Ankle.
A board certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Stewart is a fellow of the Mid-America Orthopedic Association and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He has been published in Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research.
We interviewed Dr. Stewart to find out why he wanted to become an orthopedic surgeon and what he is passionate about both personally and professionally. Read on for a more intimate look at the life of an Arkansas orthopedic surgeon!
Meet your neurosurgeon, Dr. Reza Shahim! Dr. Shahim is a talented and compassionate neurosurgeon who specializes in all aspects of neurological care, including minimally invasive spine surgery.
Dr. Shahim graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 1995 and completed his neurological residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. He returned to Little Rock in 2001 to join Neurological Surgery Associates, where he works today.
Meet your orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kenneth Martin! Dr. Martin is a gifted and compassionate orthopedic surgeon who specializes in knee-related procedures.
Dr. Martin has been practicing medicine for 31 years. He’s an Arkansas native with a passion for orthopedic surgery, especially in the field of sports medicine. He graduated from Little Rock’s own University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and also served his internship and residency in orthopedic surgery there.
Stem Cell injections are primarily for painful joints. These injections, provide a (non-surgical) treatment option, to hopefully provide long-lasting relief from chronic joint pain. The injections are performed under imaging guidance, as needed, to ensure proper placement of the stem cells. The stem cells have two key properties: The ability to self-renew and the ability to differentiate, giving rise to the mature types of cells that make up our organs and tissues.