Visit Our New Houston Orthopedics Clinic

Dr. J. Michael Bennett has opened a new Houston Orthopedics clinic in the Galleria area, just a few blocks from the St. Regis Houston Hotel and a few blocks north of San Felipe Street.  The clinic is located at 4543 Post Oak Place, Suite 105, Houston TX, 77027 and there’s plenty of free parking.  You can call us at 281-633-8600 to make a reservation at the new office or you can click the “Book an Appointment” button in the upper right portion of this page.  Our Houston orthopedics clinic is co-located with Associates in Medicine.

Dr. J. Michael Bennett Opens New Houston Orthopedics Clinic in the Galleria

Dr. Bennett is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and is Fellowship-Trained in Sports Medicine.  He serves patients from all over Metro Houston from our clinics in Sugar Land, as well as the new clinic in Houston.

Dr. Bennett is a Houston native and a University of Texas graduate. He received his medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and did a general surgery internship and orthopedic residency at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

Doctor Bennett was trained in Sports Medicine through a fellowship at the UHZ (Uribe, Hectman and Zvijac) Sports Medicine Institute at the University of Miami.  He was an assistant team physician for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the University of Miami Hurricanes.  He’s also earned a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Sports Medicine.

Whether you’re a professional athlete, a student athlete, a weekend warrior or a just a person who’d like to regain abilities lost due to an orthopedic or sports injury, please call our Houston Orthopedics Clinic at 281-633-8600 to make an appointment with Dr Bennett.


Dr. J. Michael Bennett

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