Clinton Bell, M.D.

Dr. Bell moved to the Dallas area and joined Southwest Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in 2004 after finishing his training in Galveston, Texas.  He graduated, with honors, from the University of Texas Medical Branch and completed a five year Orthopedic Residency in 2004.  His training also included a year of fellowship at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas with further training in Sports Medicine and joint reconstruction of the knee.  Prior to medical school, four years were spent at Stephen F. Austin State University, close to his original hometown of Lufkin, Texas, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Chemistry.  These extensive years of training have provided a broad foundation of didactic and clinical knowledge that prepared him for his practice in orthopedic surgery.

Dr. Bell is certified by the American board of Orthopedic Surgeons and is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.  Clinical practice focuses on his general orthopedic surgery background with special interest including sports medicine, joint replacement, care of fractures and orthopedic injuries.  Dr. Bell also has interest in common overuse injuries such as tendinitis and peripheral nerve compression disorders like carpal tunnel syndrome.  His orthopedic practice continues to include the office based management as well as surgical treatment of these various conditions.  He is actively involved in the volunteer activities of providing team support and orthopedic medical care of local schools in the area surrounding the Southwest Orthopedic and Sports Medicine practice in South Dallas and the surrounding school districts.

Dr. Bell lives and is active in the local community that the Southwest Orthopedic and Sports Medicine practice serves. He is married and has 3 young children that keep his time away from work entertaining.