J. Clinton Walker, MD

J. Clinton Walker

Contact Information

  • Office 913-381-5225
  • After Hours 913-381-5225
  • Fax 913-901-0186
  • Orthopedics NOW! Urgent Orthopedic Care 913-652-6400


Main Location

Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic
10701 Nall Avenue
Suite 200
Overland Park, KS 66211
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Other Locations

Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic – Lee’s Summit
3151 NE Carnegie Drive
Suite B
Lee's Summit, MO 64064

Hospital Affiliations

Menorah Medical Center
Mid-America Surgery Institute
Surgicenter of Kansas City
Saint Luke's South Hospital
Saint Luke's South Surgery Center
Olathe Medical Center

Areas of Interest

Upper Extremity Conditions


Dr. Walker is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, with an additional specialty certification for hand surgery. He specializes in treatment of upper extremity problems.

Dr. Walker is an active member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) as well as the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).

In his free time, he enjoys baseball, gardening, and the outdoors.

Dr. Walker accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.

Related Video


Medical School: Washington University School of Medicine
Internship: Washington University, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Residency: Washington University, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity, Hand Surgery Associates of Indiana

Certifications & Organizations

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand
American Society for Surgery of the Hand
American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, my name is Clint Walker and I am an orthopedic surgeon at Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic and my specialty is hand and upper extremity problems.

    There's a lot of variety anywhere from fractures to chronic repetitive conditions to arthritic conditions and, really, shoulder, elbow, down to fingertips - there's a lot of variety in what you see and what you get to do.

    We like to help fix things and then see people get better afterwards. We get a lot of phone calls where you smashed your finger that day or you fell and broke something that day and we really try to get you in as soon as possible just so that we can get you on the right path and start the healing and try to shorten the amount of recovery time as much as possible.

    Unfortunately in orthopedics we measure recoveries in weeks and months instead of hours and days and so we know that what we do takes a long time but once you get through all of that then you have a good foundation to build on for the rest of your life, hopefully.

"One of the most enjoyable things about my practice is seeing someone happy with their results and being able to resume their life activities. To see somebody smile and go back to everything that they want to do is kind of the ultimate satisfaction."

J. Clinton Walker, MD