Jeffrey T. Hodrick, MD, provides advanced orthopedic care to patients of all ages at Southern Joint Replacement Institute in Nashville, Tennessee. From the latest robot-assisted surgeries to direct anterior hip replacement, Dr. Hodrick uses the latest innovations to ensure his patients have the best outcomes possible.
Dr. Hodrick received his bachelor’s degree from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and earned his medical degree from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He completed his residency training in orthopedic surgery at Duke University Medical Center, where he received the Duke University Health System Strength, Hope, and Caring Award in 2006.
To further his skills and knowledge, Dr. Hodrick completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction at the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City. Although Dr. Hodrick has a special interest in joint replacement surgery, he provides medical and surgical care to patients with a broad array of orthopedic injuries and conditions, including fractures, trauma, and sports injuries.
As passionate outside the practice as he is inside, Dr. Hodrick loves spreading the news on how joint replacement can change lives.
"Dr. Hodrick explained in detail the procedures to be followed during surgery. The staff were very polite and courteous. My visit was very enjoyable."
"Always a pleasant experience . Puts your mind at ease with solutions to make you feel better. Highly recommend S.J.R.I. and Dr. Hodrick ."
"Best and personalized care. Friendly staff and rapid directed care. Dr Hodrick is a great caring physician. His attitude is part of his healing compassionate care."
"First time meeting doctor Hodrick. What can I say he was great he understood my problem and him and his staff are helping me to get better . I recommend him to anyone.."
"Dr. Hodrick was professional, patient, and helpful in explaining my medical condition..."
"I was told about Dr. Hodrick by a friend. Everything he told me about Dr. Hodrick was really positive. He was absolutely correct! Dr. Hodrick was awesome!..."