1504 S.E. 28th

Bentonville, AR 72712

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Sports and Orthopedic Team Leaders

Each member of our team brings unique value to our group’s success. Our players are at the top of their game every day for you, our patient. Together we win.

Dr. Dougherty is proud to be a member of the Kansas City Royals Physician Team:

As a part of the Royals medical team, Dr. Dougherty participated in the team’s 2015 World Series Championship title and the team’s participation in the 2014 World Championship series.

Proud to be the Official Team Physician for Arkansas Naturals:

While caring for the members of the Arkansas Naturals Team, Dr. Dougherty has been a part of two Texas League titles and four division titles.

Dr. Dougherty also serves as the head team physician for major league sports teams.

Christopher P. Dougherty, DO, FAOAO

Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Fellowship Trained in Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Past president of the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine

Dr. Christopher Dougherty receives his board certification from the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and the American Osteopathic Association. He is one of the most experienced physicians worldwide in meniscus repair and minimally invasive rotator cuff repairs, as well as joint preservation surgery and remains active in the education and training of current and future sports medicine physicians.




Minimally Invasive Hip Arthroscopy, Meniscus Repairs, Regeneten Rotator Cuff Repairs, Reconstructions and Multiligament Reconstructions, Cartiliage Transplants, Joint Arthroscopy

Meet Your Dedicated Staff

Every successful team has players skilled to maximize their team’s performance. We believe we have the best orthopedic team to serve you.


1st Medical Assistant

I was a personal and athletic trainer before becoming Dr.Dougherty’s direct medical assistant for the past 8 years. I love Arizona. I traveled there this year and plan on retiring there as well.  I have one son and we love the active lifestyle. This includes my daily routine that starts at 2 a.m. by going to the gym. I have been in the medical field for over 20 years.


Medical Assistant

A lot of people call me “Wooster”. I first became a medical assistant to help me understand the inner workings of the medical system before going to physician’s assistant school. My end goal is to be a pediatric neurology PA. I love doing CrossFit and going thrifting!