If you have surgery in your future, it’s not unusual to be a little anxious — and Dr. Bennett understands that. This post and the videos on our website can dispel your anxiety by helping you understand just what to expect.
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Dr. J. Michael Bennett is a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Physician and a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon. He has clinics in Houston and in Sugar Land and serves patients from the Metro Houston area and all of Southeast Texas. Dr. Bennett is a Houston native and he did his general surgery internship and his orthopedic residency at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He also served as an assistant team doctor with the University of Miami Hurricanes and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during his Sports Medicine Fellowship at the UHZ (Uribe, Hechtman, and Zvijac) Sports Medicine Institute, University of Miami, Miami FL. Call us at 281-633-8600 for an appointment with Dr. Bennett.
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