SCOTT SPANN, MD
Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Scott Spann, moved back to Austin after completing a combined ortho/neuro clinical fellowship in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Spann was born and raised primarily in South Carolina to a Marine Corp family, and went off to high school in Jacksonville, Florida to pursue his goal of making the Olympic Swimming Team. He was then recruited to Auburn University on a scholarship where, during his first two years, he was named SEC Swimmer of the Year twice, was the Auburn Athlete of the Year, won three individual NCAA titles, and won swimming’s Kiputh Award as the Most Valuable National Swimmer. After his sophomore year he transferred to the University of Texas following his coach, Eddie Reese, where he led UT to its first finish in the top 10 in modern times with a 2nd place in NCAA team standings, and as captain his senior year led UT to its first National Championship. He also captured four NCAA titles while at UT in both individual and relay events.
Qualification & Experience
Education: Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Knee Injuries & Pain
Hip Injuries & Pain
Stem Cell IV Infusion