Common Spine Pathologies
Ross Jones, DO
Dr. Jones discloses that he is a consultant for Johnson & Johnson
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Dr Jones was born and raised in Woodburn, Oregon. Dr. Jones went to College at BYU-Idaho where he earned a degree in Biology. This led him to Medical school at Kansas City University where he earned a Doctor of osteopathy. He then completed an Orthopedic surgery residency at Kansas City University at St. Mary’s Medical Center, North Kansas City Hospital, Children’s Mercy Hospital, and University of Kansas Medical Center. After residency, he completed a one-year Orthopedic Spine Fellowship at The University of Alabama at Birmingham where he was trained in traditional spine surgery methods to treat severe spinal trauma, complex deformity, and revision spine surgery. He accepted a job at Flagstaff Bone and Joint starting September 2017 and have built a practice focused on both complex as well as minimally invasive spine surgery.
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