Dr. Trevor Turner
Trevor W. Turner, M.D. RMSK is a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician at Georgia Bone and Joint where he works as the Director of the Center for Orthobiologics. He specializes in minimally invasive image guided orthopedic procedures to place platelet rich plasma and autologous stem cell injections into damaged tissue to help patients recover function faster with lower risk. He has completed advanced certification in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, which is a critical part of his ability to render state of the art therapies on the cutting edge.
Dr. Turner completed his medical training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School before completing an internship in General Surgery at the University of California San Francisco. He then completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Alabama at Birmingham during which he was selected to be a student researcher on ACL injuries with the American Sports Medicine Institute.
After residency, Dr. Turner had the privilege to spend 4 years working with Dr. James Andrews at the Andrews Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute where he regularly treated a wide range of professional, collegiate, and amateur athletes. However, he is most proud of his role in caring for our nation’s Special Operations personnel, by whom he is continually humbled with their enduring commitment to courage and sacrifice.
Dr. Turner is passionate about healthcare entrepreneurship, and he serves as both an advisor and strategic partner to numerous start-ups focused on disruptive innovation in medicine. He has a special focus on commercialization of university and government lab intellectual properties, and he enjoys working as a national speaker at events which emphasize building high performing teams.