Dr. Turner attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School before completing an internship in General Surgery at the University of California San Francisco. He graduated from Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. While there, he was selected to be a student researcher on ACL injuries with the American Sports Medicine Institute.
After residency, Dr. Turner spent four years working with Dr. James Andrews at the Andrews Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute where he regularly treated professional, collegiate, and amateur athletes as well as our nation’s Special Operations personnel. Afterward, Dr. Turner was recruited to serve as the Director of the Center for Orthobiologics at Georgia Bone & Joint—a division that built an on-site laboratory to refine the use of cellular therapies both inside and outside of the operating room for a team of 16 different orthopedic providers.
Dr. Turner combines his advanced certification in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound with fluoroscopy, enabling him to perform the gold standard of FDA compliant, orthopedic procedures to place PRP and Bone Marrow Concentrate into damaged tissue and help patients recover function faster and with lower risk. He combines procedures with cutting-edge rehab therapies, leveraging the value of genomics, wearable devices, and digital tools whenever feasible to improve outcomes.
As a lifelong student of human movement, Dr. Turner holds certifications through CrossFit, EXOS, and NSCA Tactical Strength & Conditioning. Additionally, he completed a Precision Medicine fellowship with Wild Health and the Clinical Strategies for Healthy Aging with Cenegenics to deliver personalized medicine for the lifelong athlete in all of us. When not working, Dr. Turner spends time with his daughter and competes in the Tactical Games, Proving Grounds, GoRuck, and Obstacle Course Racing.