Coshocton Hospital Orthopaedic Clinic
311 S. 15th St., Suite 206
The complex human musculoskeletal system blends our bones, muscles, joints and tendons to allow us movement as simple as grasping a pen, or as complex as playing a game of basketball. When overuse, injury or disease interferes with movement or causes pain, specialty care from an orthopaedic surgeon can provide the answers you need.
Orthopaedic care doesn't always mean surgery. Often surgery can be avoided iwth appropriate fracture care of therapeutic solutions. Our orthopaedic specialists will determine the best course for your condition and guide your healing process. Our general orthopaedic care encompasses a wide range of services including:
- Fracture care
- Knee replacement
- Hip replacement
- Meniscus repair
- Carpeal tunnel
- Ligament reconstruction
- ACL repair
- Rotator cuff
- Foot and ankle
The Physicians of Coshocton Hospital Orthopaedic Clinic
Clayton T. Gibson, MD, cares for general orthopaedic surgical problems such as fractures and rotator cuff, shoulder, hip and knee issues. In addition, his hand surgery specialization reflects his focus on repairing and reconstructing the tendons, muscles and bones of the hand and wrist to ensure the retention of as many of the mechanics of those complex systems as possible for optimum use.
Dr. Gibson earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, Ill. He completed his Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery as well as his Hand Surgery Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. He also completed a Hand and Micro Vascular Surgery Fellowship at the Christine M. Kleinert Institute in Louisville, Ky.
Mark A. Holt, MD, provides general orthopaedic care and has a special interest in sports medicine, treating sports and athletic injuries to help athletes return to play with surgical or non-surgical solutions.
Dr. Holt earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio. He served his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Case Western Reserve University Hospitals. He completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis.
The Coshocton Hospital Orthopaedic Clinic, a hospital-based clinic, is located on the second floor of the 311 Building of Medical Services at 311 S. 15th St., suite 206.