Justin J Park M.D.
|Justin J Park M.D.
Dr. Justin J. Park is a board certified fellowship trained orthopaedic
spine surgeon. He was raised in Bloomington, Indiana, where he graduated as
valedictorian of his high school class. He then attended Indiana University
on a Herman B. Wells scholarship and graduated with a triple major in
chemistry, biology, and Germanic studies (B.S. and B.A.) Dr. Park then
earned his medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Following his graduation, Dr. Park was accepted into an orthopaedic surgery
residency at the prestigious NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases in Manhattan.
During his residency, Dr. Park had the opportunity to complete extra
training in orthopaedic trauma and fracture care at the R. Adams Cowley
Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
After finishing his five year residency in orthopaedic surgery, Dr. Park
completed the renowned Kenton D. Leatherman Spine fellowship in Louisville,
Kentucky, where he received training in both orthopaedic and neurosurgical
spinal techniques. The fellowship afforded Dr. Park the opportunity to
learn the latest techniques in degenerative spinal fusion, minimally
invasive percutaneous surgery, spinal trauma, and complex adult and
pediatric spinal deformity correction.
Dr. Park sees patients with all types of orthopaedic injuries with a
special emphasis in spine conditions. He has clinical expertise in treating
adult degenerative conditions of the lumbar and cervical spine, adult and
pediatric spinal deformity and trauma, scoliosis, myelopathy/radiculopathy,
infections and tumors. Committed to a patient centered and conservative
approach to the treatment of spinal pathology, he works closely with the
pain management and rehabilitation specialists at Bay Area Orthopaedics to
try and tailor a non-operative treatment plan for patients.
Dr. Park has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications in the fields of
orthopaedics and spinal surgery. He is a member of the American Academy of
Orthopaedic Surgeons, the North American Spine Society, and the American