Our clinic has served the Jonesboro area and surrounding communities for over 30 years!
Dickson Orthopedics PA is your home for all of your orthopedic surgery needs. We specialize in all types of orthopedic conditions and can help you heal quickly. Our goal is to minimize the amount of damage your injury leaves behind, while helping you regain movement and flexibility. Give us a call today to discuss your condition and to talk about the possible procedures available. We use cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art devices to help treat your orthopedic conditions. Our tools and knowledge are some of our best assets. Our technology helps to guide us and lead us when diagnosing and treating shoulder, knee, and elbow pain. We specialize in joint replacements including partial knee replacement. In addition to joint replacement, our practice offers treatment of general orthopedic conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome and fractures. Our group was founded in 1976 by Dr. Glenn Dickson, and it was originally Dickson Orthopedics. The name was changed to Jonesboro Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in 2009. Dr. Brian Dickson, Dr. Spencer Guinn, and Dr. Jeremy Swymn are the three partners of the group. We are the Head Team Physicians for Arkansas State University, Williams Baptist College, and Crowleys Ridge College. We also serve as the Medical Directors for St. Bernards Sports Medicine. Dr. Glenn Dickson began caring for ASU athletes in 1976 and served as the Head Team Physician for 27 years. Drs. Dickson, Guinn, and Swymn continue to serve as Head Team Physicians for Arkansas State University. We began our service as Head Team Physicians for Williams Baptist College in 2009 and for Crowleys Ridge College in 2010. Our commitment to sports medicine and to the athletes in our area is a very important part of our practice. As Medical Directors of St. Bernards Sports Medicine, we care for many of the high school and junior high athletes in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. We cover high school football on Friday nights throughout Northeast Arkansas.