Specialty Clinic Welcomes Dr. Brad Webb

Specialty Clinic Welcomes Dr. Brad Webb

Dr. Brad A. Webb, D.O. was born in Beatrice, Nebraska, and spent a majority of his childhood back at his family’s farm in Western Nebraska.

He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and was accepted to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He then graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies where he was awarded a Regents Scholarship.  He worked as a Physician Assistant prior to medical school and helped to develop the first Tele-Medicine Clinic within the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the VA.  He then received his medical degree with honors from A.T. Still University. 

 

Dr. Webb completed his orthopedic residency through Kettering Health Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio where he served as one of the Orthopedic Chief Administrative Residents. Following residency, he was accepted into a highly recognized spine fellowship at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan where he focused on spine trauma, spinal deformity, pediatric spine conditions, tumors of the spine, and degenerative spinal conditions.

 

Dr. Webb also completed further fellowship training in Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction with internationally recognized surgeons at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia where he focused on same-day total joint replacements, robotic and navigated total hips and knees, direct anterior total hips, as well as complex and revision total joints.

 

Dr. Webb strongly believes in providing compassionate patient-centered care, helping coordinate non-operative and operative treatment plans utilizing state-of-the-art, outcome-driven techniques. Dr. Webb was honored to join the surgeons at Lincoln Orthopedic Center and wishes to continue providing innovative and compassionate care by minimizing the suffering and discomfort associated with treatable conditions of the spine.

 

Dr. Webb has a special interest in all conditions including hip and knee replacements and spine surgery. This allows him the opportunity to treat patients with conditions related to hip and knee osteoarthritis as well as conditions of the spine.  He also has advanced training in fracture management and general orthopedic conditions.

 

He will begin seeing patients at the Memorial Hospital Specialty Clinic on July 9 and on August 6th will begin holding clinics every other Friday.