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Spine Care: Dr. Adrian P. Jackson

OrthoKansas, LLC welcomes Dr. Adrian P. Jackson, Orthopedic Surgeon with Premier Spine Care, our newest partner in Orthopedics. Now seeing patients in Lawrence on Fridays beginning July 19th, 2013.

A native New Yorker, Dr. Jackson attended college at Stony Brook University where he studied both business and the biological sciences, graduating with a degree in economics. He then relocated to the Midwest for medical school and received his MD degree from St. Louis University where he was inducted into several medical honor societies. After medical school, five years were spent at Northwestern University in downtown Chicago for Orthopedic Surgery residency. It was there that he developed an interest in treating disorders of the spine, which lead him to the world-renowned Twin Cities Spine Center for specialized training the diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders. During his fellowship year, Dr. Jackson was comprehensively exposed to non-operative and operative treatments of the cervical, thoracic and lumber spine in both adults and children. A particular interest in disorders of the cervical spine was developed at the Twin Cities Spine Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, is a member of the North American Spine Society and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Jackson has authored and presented numerous peer-reviewed spine articles, in addition to co-authoring a spinal textbook. He was recognized with a national award for contributions to the surgical treatment of the cervical spine. An active interest in research is maintained, with special focus given to disorders of the cervical spine and junctional changes that occur following spinal surgery. Dr. Jackson’s Orthopedic practice is limited to spine surgery and concentrates on disorders of the cervical spine.