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Compassionate Care

Dr. Smith enjoys teaching new generations of orthopaedic surgeons. He is a strong believer of educating patients and their families so that they fully understand their disease and all treatment options. His emphasis is always towards non-operative treatment, reserving surgery as the final option when conservative therapy fails. His goal is to provide our communities with high quality, compassionate, and affordable musculoskeletal care that is grounded in evidenced based medicine, the results of which will exceed expectations.

Jeremy S. Smith, M.D.

Jeremy S. Smith, M.D.

fellowship trained Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon

Dr. Jeremy Smith is fellowship-trained in Orthopaedic Spine Surgery and specializes in the cutting-edge treatment of degenerative spinal conditions. Dr. Smith also has significant interest in the treatment of spinal deformity and has made significant laboratory and clinical contributions that have advanced the field.

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Education Videos

Helping You To Know about your conditions and Treatments

Spine Anatomy

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AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Cutting Edge Treatment of Degenerative Spinal Conditions

Dr. Jeremy Smith is fellowship trained in Orthopaedic Spine Surgery and specializes in the cutting-edge treatment of degenerative spinal conditions.

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Publications

  • 'Half of what we do today will be history': How spine surgery will look in 10 years

    We will look back and think that our surgeries were too invasive, and over performed. Over the next ten years, spine surgery will become less invasive, more motion preserving and more reliant on image guided technology.

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  • The seasonality of postoperative infection in spine surgery

    Studies from many disciplines have found an association with the summer months, elevated temperature, humidity, and an increased rate of infection. The "July effect," a hypothesis that the inexperience of new house staff at the beginning of an academic year leads to an increase in wound complications, has also been considered.

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  • The seasonality of postoperative infection in spine surgery

    Studies from many disciplines have found an association with the summer months, elevated temperature, humidity, and an increased rate of infection. The "July effect," a hypothesis that the inexperience of new house staff at the beginning of an academic year leads to an increase in wound complications, has also been considered.

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Patient Reviews

  • Dr. Smith is not only extremely compassionate and caring, but a talented and skilled surgeon. He performed my second cervical fusion and will now do a posterior cervical fusion. I am truly grateful to have been referred to him with all of the pain I’ suffered. I am certain that working together we...

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Healthcare News

Mind over matter could reduce back pain anguish

Source: Medical Xpress

The University of Queensland School of Psychology's Dr Melissa Day is conducting a project that will test that possibility and could even save lives.

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