Larry Todd Jr., DO, is an orthopedic spine surgeon at New Albany, Ohio-based OrthoNeuro.
He specializes in adult neck and back disorders, according to OrthoNeuro's website. Dr. Todd has been published in multiple professional journals and has been an editor for the Yearbook of Orthopedics. He was named president of OrthoNeuro in August 2020.
Dr. Todd received his medical degree at Des Moines, Iowa-based University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences and completed an orthopedic surgery residency at Columbus, Ohio-based Doctors Hospital. He also completed one spine fellowships at Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Columbus-based Ohio State University.
"I love to see patients with terrible neck or back pain regain their quality of life, either through non-operative measures or surgery," Dr. Todd said in a bio on OrthoNeuro's website. "Most of the time, patients get better on their own and don't require surgery. But if surgery is needed, it helps patients to know that I have performed over 4,000 spinal surgeries."
Correction: This article was updated at 4:07 p.m. Feb. 4 to correct the number of fellowships Dr. Todd completed at the Mayo Clinic.
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