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Meet Dr. Barnes

Dr. Patrick D. Barnes, DMD

Dr. Barnes received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, minoring in Religion, from the University of Georgia in 2009. He then attended Georgia Regents University in Augusta, GA where he received his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD) degree in 2013. He went on to receive an Advanced Education of General Dentistry Certificate from University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2014 and then his Orthodontic Certificate from Augusta University, Augusta, GA in 2016.

He was at the top of his class throughout all his academic career, with many additional achievements and honors, some of which are: Dean’s List: The University of Georgia, 2005 – 2009; OKU certificate of Academic Achievement: Omicron Kappa Upsilon , 2011 and 2012; Dean’s List: GHSU College of Dental Medicine, 2009 – 2013; AES – Outstanding Senior Award: American Equilibration Society, 2013; ICOI: Pre-doctoral Achievement Award: International Congress of Implantologist, 2013; AAO: Senior Student Award: American Academy of Orthodontics, 2013; AAOMR: Senior Achievement Award: American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology, 2013

He is a member of the OKU Kappa Lambda Chapter, American Dental Association, and the American Association of Orthodontists.

He has a wife named Stephanie and enjoys traveling with family, going to the lake and attempting water sports. He loves sports of all kinds, but is a big fan of the Georgia Bulldogs, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, and Indianapolis Colts.

Sours: https://www.chattahoocheefamilyortho.com/meet-dr-barnes

Leslie A. Barnes, MD

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Clinical Interests
  • Shoulder and elbow disorders, including shoulder arthritis
  • Sporting and workplace injuries involving rotator cuff tears
  • Shoulder dislocations
  • Tennis elbow and pitching injuries
Research Interests
  • Shoulder replacement surgery
  • Minimally invasive rotator cuff repair techniques
  • Shoulder stabilization surgery for recurrent dislocations
  • MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
  • Fellowship, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY
  • Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, New York Orthopaedic Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
  • Mid-Atlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society
  • Philadelphia Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Philadelphia Orthopaedic Society
  • Candidate Member, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Awards and Honors
  • OREF Resident Research Day, Resident Research Award
  • NY Society for Surgery of the Hand, Resident Research Award
  • Orthopaedic Scientific Research Foundation Grant Eastern Orthopaedic Association's Resident Research Award
  • Columbia University Doris Duke Research Fellowship in Orthopaedics, New York, NY
Digital Bibliography
Additional Publications

Fink Barnes LA, Kim HM, Caldwell JM, Buza J, Ahmad CS, Bigliani LU, Levine WN. "Satisfaction, function and repair integrity after arthroscopic versus mini-open rotator cuff repair " Bone Joint J Feb 2017, 99-B (2) 245-249.

Fink Barnes LA, Luchetti TJ, Buza J, Jobin CM, Ahmad CS. Athletes With Shoulder Instability: A Prospective Study Of Player Attitudes On Operative vs Non-operative Treatment. Poster at American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, February 29-March 6, 2016, Orlando, FL.

Fink Barnes LA, Parsons BO, Flatow EL. “Glenohumeral Instability.” Rockwood and Matsen: The Shoulder, 5th Edition. (2016)

Fink Barnes LA, Jim C. Hsu, Leesa M. Galatz. (2016) "Mini-Incision Fixation of Proximal Humeral Four-Part Fractures" in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics (pp1-10).

Fink Barnes LA, Parsons BO, Flatow EL. (2016) "Mini-Incision Bankart Repair." in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics

Donovan D, Fink Barnes LA, Parsons BO, Hausman MR. (2016) "Minimally Invasive Approaches for Lateral Epicondylitis" in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics

Fink Barnes LA, Flatow EL. (2016) "Overview of Shoulder Approaches." in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics.


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About Dr. Barnes

Clinical Biography

C. Lowry Barnes, M.D., is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in the surgery of the hip and knee. He joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2014 as Professor and Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and in 2017, was invested in The Carl L. Nelson, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Orthopaedic Surgery.

Dr. Barnes received his medical degree with honors from UAMS, where he also completed his internship and residency in orthopaedic surgery.   He completed his fellowship training in total joint replacement at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Mass.

Dr. Barnes is widely recognized as one of the foremost joint replacement experts in the nation.  He lectures nationally and internationally on total joint replacement surgery and has published well over 250 peer-reviewed articles.  He is an active researcher with grant funding, holds four patents for orthopaedic surgery devices, and has designed numerous hip and knee implants.

Dr. Barnes currently serves as the President and  of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) and previously served as the First Vice President, Second Vice President and Treasurer.  Dr. Barnes has also served as President of the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association, President of the Southern Orthopaedic Association, President of the Society of Arthritic Joint Surgery, and President of the Arkansas Orthopaedic Society.  Dr. Barnes was honored as the Distinguished Southern Orthopaedist by the Southern Orthopaedic Association.  He is also named in “Best Doctors” and “Top Doctors in Orthopaedics,” and is consistently named as one of the top orthopaedic surgeons in Arkansas.

Dr. Barnes is the only orthopaedic surgeon in Arkansas who is a member of The Knee Society, a national organization committed to advancing the care of patients with knee disorders through leadership in education and research.  He is also a member of The Hip Society, a national organization dedicated to the advancement of knowledge relating to the hip joint.  Members inducted into these prestigious societies are nationally-recognized experts in their fields.

New Technologies in Hip & Knee Replacements at UAMS Health

UAMS Health Talk Podcast

In the UAMS Health Talk podcast, experts from UAMS talk about a variety of health topics, providing tips and guidelines to help people lead healthier lives. Listen to the episode(s) featuring Dr. Barnes.

Resources Related to Dr. Barnes

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes

New Technologies in Hip and Knee Replacements at UAMS Health (Video)

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes discusses how technologies available at UAMS Health are used to provide the best hip and knee replacements possible.

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Dr. C. Lowry Barnes

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes on Providing the Best Hip and Knee Care in the Region (Video)

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon at UAMS, specializing in hip and knee joint-related conditions, such as arthritis.

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Dr. C. Lowry Barnes

What to Expect at Your Visit with UAMS Health Orthopaedics (Video)

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes shares how patients can expect an expert evaluation with treatment recommendations designed to help get back to their daily activities.

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Dr. C. Lowry Barnes

Dr. C. Lowry Barnes on Non-surgical Treatments for Knee and Hip Pain (Video)

Surgery isn't your only option when it comes to knee and hip pain. Medication and exercise are your first line of defense before considering joint replacement.

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Dr. Barnes' Academic Background

Administrative Roles

Orthopaedic Surgery
Department Chair

Faculty Appointments

Orthopaedic Surgery


John N. Insall Traveling Fellowship
Inselspital (University Hospital of Bern)
Brigham and Woman's Hospital
Total Joint Replacement
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Orthopaedic Surgery
Medical School
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Professional Certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr. Barnes' Research

Research Interests

Hip and Knee Surgery; Hip and Knee Replacement Design Improvements; and Cost-saving strategies and clinical outcomes in joint arthroplasty

UAMS Research Profile

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Conditions Treated

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Medical Treatments and Procedures Performed

UAMS providers perform and prescribe a broad range of treatments and procedures, some of which may not be listed below.

Patient Ratings & Reviews

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Overall: 4.6 out of 5

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Individual Reviews


Dr. Barnes and his PA were awesome to talk to.


Dr Barnes and [NAME] and all the other nurses and staff are just THE BEST !! I trust them with my life so I don't know of any better recommendation..


Dr Barnes and the other doctor were attentive and explained the cause of my pain and recommended treatment.


I have been to this doctor many times and have always been treated with courtesy and caring interest. I've had surgery by Dr Barnes and have more confidence in him and his staff than I have experienced with other physicians. I think he cares about his patients.


Top notch care all around!

Sours: https://uamshealth.com/provider/c-lowry-barnes/
Ryan Nunley, MD, Washington University orthopedic surgeon at Barnes-Jewish Hospital

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Our Focus

At Barnes by Braces, we provide a family-oriented and friendly orthodontic experience for the Chicagoland community.

It's never too late to have a beautiful, healthy smile. We treat people of all ages with the most up-to-date orthodontic techniques and products to ensure our patients' complete satisfaction.

Contact our Chicago office to schedule your complementary orthodontic consultation. We are centrally located and offer convenient appointment times to fit into busy schedules, including hours on Saturdays. We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve the smile you've always wanted.

Serving Chicago, IL (Illinois) - Dr. Eric M. Barnes and Dr. Ashley Barnes are your orthodontic specialists, offering braces for children, teens, and adults.

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Bill Barnes, M.D.

General Orthopaedics/Sports Medicine

Bill Barnes, M.D. Piedmont Orthopaedic Complex

  • Virginia Polytechnical Institute & State University (1975)
  • The Medical College of Georgia (1979)
  • Surgery Internship at Greenville Hospital System (1980)
  • Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at Greenville Hospital System (1984)
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Fellow of American Sports Medicine Fellowship Society
  • Post-graduate training in sports medicine with Dr. James Andrews

As an orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Barnes’ work is dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. The frequency and impact of these diseases and injuries, combined with recent advances in their diagnoses and treatment, has led orthopaedic treatment to be a critical role in promoting an active and healthy life for many people. From osteoarthritis to sports medicine in high school athletes, from continuous diabetic care to acute injuries, Dr. Barnes is equipped with the technology and experience to assist people of all ages. For the past 25 years, Dr. Barnes has been devoted to applying state-of-the-art, proven procedures to alleviate pain and suffering and restoring a patient to a more productive life.

Dr. Barnes was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. Following an undergraduate B.S. degree from Virginia Polytechnical Institute & State University, he graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in June 1979. Subsequently, he served an Orthopaedic Surgery Internship and Residency at Greenville Hospital System in 1980 and 1984 respectively.

Dr. Barnes is a Fellow of American Sports Medicine Fellowship Society and did post-graduate training in sports medicine with Dr. James Andrews. Dr. Barnes has been a pioneer in the Middle Georgia area in providing minimally invasive options for patients, which offer shorter recovery periods and less pain for patients. He was the first in the area to perform the "custom" knee replacement, ACL repair arthroscopically, shoulder arthroscopy, elbow arthroscopy and the direct anterior approach to hip replacement. He partnered with Johnson & Johnson to invent instruments for arthroscopic cartilage transplants, which can enhance agility, flexibility and overall knee performance for patients.

Dr. Barnes’ practice is focused on knee arthroscopy, shoulder surgery, hip and knee reconstruction, elbow, wrist and hand surgery, spine surgery, trauma, and sports medicine.

When he is not with patients, Dr. Barnes enjoys spending time with his family and working outdoors. Dr. Barnes is an accomplished horseman, rancher and cattleman. Dr. Barnes starts his own colts and has been a student of Buck Brannaman, star of critically acclaimed documentary, Buck

In addition to majoring in biology while in undergraduate studies, Dr. Barnes also majored in Voice and is an accomplished songwriter and solo artist. He was a solo artist with The New Virginians and also recorded with big names like the Charlie Daniel Daniels Band, Larry Howard of Grinderswitch, and Jimmy Knowles of Sea Level. Dr. Barnes is the co-founder and president of Omega Arts, a state of the art recording facility.

Dr. Barnes serves on the Foundation Board of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame as well as the Board of Directors for Macon Pops. In 2014, Dr. Barnes was inducted into the Macon Sports Hall of Fame for his support of athletics in the region over the years. Dr. Barnes is a co-founder of Covenant Academy and continues to support the school today.

Dr. Bill Barnes is the co-founder of Piedmont Orthopaedic Complex along with his father, Dr. Walter Barnes, and brother, Dr. Steve Barnes.

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Frederick J. Barnes, M.D.

“I became a patient of Dr. Frederick Barnes in mid-February. My left shoulder was incredibly painful, my neck and back were painful to the point that some nights I slept two hours, and some nights I didn’t sleep at all. I could not lay on my left side because of the shoulder, and my range of motion of the left shoulder was less than optimal. Sleep was also difficult because I could not find a position of comfort due to the pain in my neck and back. After x-rays and an MRI, I was told there were options, which included injections, anti-inflammatory medications, and physical therapy. We agreed to try Voltaren and Physical Therapy. I began physical therapy with Kevin Dougherty, DPT. Kevin is an amazing person. He possesses intelligence, wisdom, and a rare commodity in this day and age, common sense. The first time I met him in the evaluation, he asked me what I did when it hurt to do something. I said I kept going until the task was done. He asked me, “Next time you are doing something, and it hurts, will you stop doing it?” Then he asked me to do nothing strenuous for the next few days until my next appointment with him. He gave me the exercises to do at home. The next time I saw him my pain level was significantly lower, and by the end of the session on my shoulder, I had 95% range of motion restored. (Felt like 100%, but I was told 95%.) So I saw Dr. Barnes again, and I said, “Kevin fixed my shoulder. What about my neck and back?” Dr. Barnes said it was possible. At that time, Dr. Barnes also suggested I begin using Tumeric, and other anti-oxidants. So I began using Tumeric, Pomegranate Supplements and drinking green tea. Also, at this appointment, my BUN test went from 24 to 35, and I was taken off the Voltaren. I saw Kevin again, and once more, the results were incredible. Simple things like a rolled towel under the neck in the pillowcase, strengthening exercises for the back and core. He even showed my husband how to manipulate my neck when the pain level was high to decrease the pain. I was unable to complete the last visits because I had developed a productive cough and was told by my primary doctor to stay home. But I continued the therapy at home, and still use the therapy at home. I am eternally grateful to Frederick Barnes and Kevin Dougherty. I owe them both a debt I cannot repay. Because of Dr. Frederick Barnes and Kevin Dougherty, the following has occurred: 1. I have range of motion restored in my left shoulder. The pain is gone. I can do whatever I want with my left shoulder, including sleep on it. 2. I am able to move my neck in a much greater range than previously. My pain level at this time is minimal. I am able to sleep much longer because I have a position of comfort. 3. The rheumatoid arthritis in my hands and feet, and the osteoarthritis in my neck, back, and shoulder are much less problematic, due to the strengthening of the joints, and the use of natural antioxidants, such as Turmeric, Pomegranate Supplements, and green tea. 4. I was able to avoid steroid injections in my shoulder. 5. I was able to avoid the epidurals Dr. Perez wanted to do. By the way, Dr. Perez asked me, the first time I met him, who my “ortho” was. I replied, “Dr. Barnes.” Dr. Perez replied, “Excellent.” 6. I have been off pain medicine completely for over a week. After I left Dr. Barnes's office, I took the remainder of my pain medicine to Dr. Perez’s office and informed him he could remove the scripts he had on file at CVS, because I wouldn’t be filling them. 7. For the last five years, my eye pressure has been 19 in both eyes. Each of those years, my eye doctor has checked for glaucoma because of that. This year, my eye pressure was 15. Thank you anti-oxidants!! 8. I had a pulmonary function test on Wednesday, July 23rd. I saw my Dr. Alkujah on Monday, July 29th, and my lungs, 17 months ago, were borderline COPD, with 78% lung function. I am now considered “mild asthma.” I now have a new lease on life!! I am sure Mountain Valley Orthopedics could have made considerably more profit if I had had injections, epidurals, or even surgery. Those were all options to me by other doctors in the past. But Dr. Frederick Barnes has a novel approach to medicine. Do what’s best for the patient. Treat the patient, not the MRI. Teach the patient how to improve their quality of life, instead of throwing pills and platitudes at them. My quality of life has changed dramatically. I can do things without pain that I haven’t been able to in years. Words cannot express how grateful I am!! Warm regards always.”

Sours: https://www.mountainvalleyortho.com/experts/frederick-j-barnes-md

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