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Samuel Davis | MD

Dr. Davis is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spines. A native of Andrews, South Carolina, he was graduated from South Carolina State University summa cum laude. In medical school, he was President of Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and graduated in the top 10% of his class. At Duke and Emory, Dr. Davis trained with some of the best spine surgeons in America. He has written extensively and given numerous presentations regarding spinal surgery. Whether it’s a cervical disc replacement or a minimally invasive lumbar fusion, he tailors treatment to the individual patient for maximum postoperative success. He and his wife, Bianica, have two children—Samuel Lee and Heather Grace. He enjoys spending time with his family and enjoys hunting, fishing, farming, gardening, beekeeping, golf, and weight training.

Fellowship: Emory University (Spinal Surgery)

Residency: Duke University

Medical Degree: Wake Forest University School of Medicine




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