Erlanger Adds Orthopedic Specialists, Bringing Total Number Of Orthopedic Providers To 25

Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Erlanger Health System announced the addition of three orthopedic surgeons, an interventional physiatrist, a nurse practitioner and a physical therapist to UT Erlanger Orthopaedics; bringing the total number of Erlanger orthopedic providers to 25.

Orthopedic providers from the Chattanooga Bone and Joint Center who are joining Erlanger are Dr. David Bruce, Dr. Peter Lund, Dr. Jeremy Bruce, Dr. David Lowry, Mark Cloutier, NP and Shawn Craig, PT.

Dr. David Bruce completed fellowships in sports medicine at Hughston Clinic in Columbus, Ga, and in pediatric orthopedics in Salt Lake City, Ut. He attended medical school at University of Alabama, Birmingham and completed his residency at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine (UTCOM) in Chattanooga at Erlanger. 

Dr. Lund, an upper extremity specialist, completed his hand and upper extremity fellowship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, attended medical school and completed his residency at Tulane MedicalCenter in New Orleans, La. 

Also specializing in orthopedic sports medicine injuries is Dr. Jeremy Bruce, who completed his fellowship at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Fla. under the direction of Dr. James Andrews.  He attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine inAugusta and completed his residency at UTCOM in Chattanooga at Erlanger.

Dr. Lowry attended medical school at the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Oh., completed his internship at Horizon Hospital System in Farrell, Pa., and his residency at the UTCOM in Chattanooga at Erlanger and at Siskin Hospital.  He is an interventional physiatrist, specializing in non-operative management of spine problems, including spinal injections. 

Mark Cloutier attended Southern Adventist University earning both a nursing degree and a master of science degree. He is a family nurse practitioner who will see patients in the orthopedic walk in clinic in the Chattanooga Bone and Joint Center.

Shawn Craig attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduating from the inaugural physical therapy program. She is a physical therapist whose primary area of treatment is in orthopedics.

The six providers will continue to see patients at their 1809 Gunbarrel Roadlocation and will operate primarily within the Erlanger Health System.  Appointments can be made by calling 423 893-9020.


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