Dr. Todd completed an Orthopedic Spine Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.
While there, he was trained in the latest technology caring for all types of Degenerative, Traumatic, Tumors, and Deformities of the Spine.
He is experienced in Minimally Invasive Techniques taking care of spinal disorders in the least invasive manner possible. He joined OrthoNeuro in 2000.
“I love what I do. I love to see patients with terrible neck or back pain, regain their quality of life, either through non-operative measures or surgery. Most of the time, patients get better on their own and don’t require surgery. But if surgery is needed, it helps patients to know that I have performed over 4,000 spinal surgeries. Performing minimally invasive surgery when needed.”
He has been published in several professional journals and has served as editor, spine text, Yearbook of Orthopedics.
He has given numerous presentations and lectures at The Mayo Clinic, The Cleveland Clinic, and podium presentations at The Cervical Spine Research Society, and The Musculoskeletal Tumor Society Meetings.
He is a member of several professional organizations, including The North American Spine Society, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, the American Osteopathic Association, and the American Medical Association.
He has served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Ohio University and the Ohio State University.
During his training, Dr. Todd served as a liaison between the American Medical Student Association and Student Osteopathic Medical Association in Washington, D.C.
He also served as Class President and ranked as high as 98th percentile on his National Boards Examination.
Dr. Todd is a member of Sigma Sigma Phi for Academic Excellence and received numerous awards for Poster and Paper Presentations at National Meetings.
Dr. Todd was nominated for the outstanding Mayo Specialty Fellow Award.
Dr. Todd enjoys numerous outdoor activities such as water skiing, hiking, deep-sea fishing, and hunting. He resides in Johnstown with his wife and children.