Anyone can break a bone ....

People of all ages can break a bone. One of our specialties is fractured care. With more than 30 years of experience in orthopaedic care, Dr. Landry has the knowledge to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate fractures of any kind.

You can enjoy pain-free living

Joint replacement is sometimes the best treatment option for chronic joint pain. The future is bright for those who choose to have a total joint replacement to acheive an improved quality of life through greater independence and healthier pain-free activity.

Stay safe on the playing field

Participation in athletics improves physicial fitness and self-discipline, and offers valuable opportunities to learn teamwork. Sports activities can also result in injuries. We are equipped to diagnose and treat all spectrum of injuries - from minor to serious.

Kennett Orthopaedic Center

Kennett Orthopaedic Center
  • 402 Recovery Road KennettMO63857
    402 Recovery Road
    Kennett, MO 63857
  • (573) 888-2831
    (573) 888-2831
  • (573) 888-5408
    (573) 888-5408

Kennett Orthopaedic Center

Welcome to our website where you will find detailed information about our orthopaedic practice and useful resources about your health, including the following:

  • About: See a message from Dr. Landry, information about Kennett Orthopaedic Center and a photo gallery.
  • Patient Info: Find useful patient forms, accepted insurance and other office information.
  • Services: See a list of services provided.
  • Patient Education: Find helpful resources that cover a variety of orthopaedic topics.
  • Contact: Find our location, see our hours, contact us, or request an appointment. 
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Who We Are

Dr. Edmund Landry is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and has been practicing orthopaedic surgery for over 30 years. He specializes in orthopaedic issues involving the shoulder, hip, and knee.
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Taniya Carpenter has been a Family Nurse Practitioner since 1994. She is a lifelong resident of the area.

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