Orthopaedics

World-class orthopaedic care

Welcome to Prisma Health Department of Orthopaedics. Whether you are undergoing surgery, working to prevent surgery or going through rehabilitation, we put the right team in place to take care of your concerns – before, during and after your orthopaedic health care journey. Our physicians, surgeons, physical therapists, sports trainers and staff work as a team with the single focus of getting you better and back in the game of life.

In addition to training future orthopaedic specialists through residency and fellowship programs, our team members practice at Blue Ridge OrthopaedicsSteadman Hawkins Clinic of the CarolinasThe Hand Center or with Prisma Health Orthopaedic Specialties (OncologyPediatricsSpine and Trauma). No matter where you seek care, you may rest assured that you are in good hands.

Watch the video below to see why patients come to us for the best care in the Upstate, and why physicians from around the world come here to train with our world-class surgeons.

Kyle Jeray

Kyle Jeray, MD
Chair, Orthopaedics

Proudly training the next generation of orthopaedic specialists through academic, residency and fellowship programs.

Caring for the orthopaedic needs of Clemson University athletes and partnering in orthopaedic and biomedical research.

Providing opportunities to work with health care professionals while partnering in orthopaedic and biomedical research.

News From the Department of Orthopaedics

The Opioid Epidemic, and how we are leading the fight.

Over the past 20 years, the United States has entered an epidemic of abuse, misuse, and diversion (taking someone else’s medicine) of prescription opioids. Our country consumes 80% of the world’s prescription opioids despite comprising <5% of its population. Two of three drug overdose deaths involve an opioid, and opioid overdoses killed more than 47,000 people in 2017 which was more than deaths from motor vehicle crashes.

Click here to read more about how Prisma Health Department of Orthopaedics is working to control patient discomfort while avoiding opioid dependence.