About Dr. Kirk
Dr. Clint Kirk is a native Oklahoman with over 20 years of experience in Adult reconstructive surgery. With the help of the MAKO robot, Dr. Kirk averages 500 surgical procedures per year, with the majority of these procedures being knee, hip, and shoulder replacements.
Dr. Kirk received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1989. From there, he completed a traditional internship at Tri-City Hospital in Dallas, Texas. He was awarded “Intern of the Year”. He completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Dallas/Ft. Worth Medical Center. During residency, he was accepted by world-renowned joint replacement surgeon, Richard E. Jones. Jones is still very well recognized among joint replacement surgeons around the world. With Dr. Jones as his mentor, Dr. Kirk acquired knowledge from all aspects of orthopedic surgery including patient management, joint replacement surgery, and original research publication.
Dr. Kirk published a paper for Dr. Jones and Johnson and Johnson highlighting “Rotating Platform Knee Replacement Trials.”
Dr. Kirk gives credit to his residency and fellowship program for playing a key role in the quality and efficiency he currently has at Comanche County Memorial Hospital. Because of the experience and knowledge gained through his career, he and his team perform up to 8 joint replacements in a day.