John Jamison, M.D.

Dr. Jamison opened his orthopedic practice in Southwest Dallas County in 1986.  After graduating from Rice University, he attended the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.  He then completed a general surgery internship followed by an orthopedic residency program from 1981- 1986 at UTMB.

As a Clinical Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern, he served on the faculty of the Methodist Health System Family Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship program. He is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

In addition to general Orthopedics, Dr. Jamison’s special interests include sports injuries, knee injuries and shoulder injuries.  He has authored a number of articles and book chapters on subjects involving orthopedics and sports medicine.  Over the years, in conjunction with the Methodist Sports Medicine program, he has served as team physician or consultant for Duncanville High School, DeSoto High School, Cedar Hill High School and Midlothian High School, Dallas Baptist University, Northwood University and SAGU.

He is currently team physician for DeSoto High School.  In 2008, he was named an honorary member of the Southwest Athletic Trainer’s Association. When not at work, Dr. Jamison enjoys travel and golf.  He currently serves as an orthopedic consultant for the Mission Arlington medical clinic.

PRESENT POSITION
  • Orthopedic Surgeon

    Arlington Orthopedic Associates, PA Dallas, Texas

    Dates: 2019 – Present

PAST POSITION
  • Orthopedic Surgeon

    Southwest Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, P.A. Dallas, Texas

    Dates: 1986 – 2019

BIOGRAPHICAL
  • BIRTHPLACE AND DATE:
    • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    • October 18, 1955
  • CITIZENSHIP: U S A
  • HOME ADDRESS:
    • 2901 Chancel Court
    • Arlington, Texas 76017
    • (817) 417-7729
  • OFFICE ADDRESS:
    • August 1986
    • 7999 West Virginia Dr
    • Suite D
    • Dallas, Texas 75237
    • (972)709-6911
EDUCATION
  • UNIVERSITY
    • Rice University
    • Houston, Texas
    • Dates: 1973-1977
    • Degree: B. A. in Biology/History

  •  MEDICAL SCHOOL:

    • The University of Texas Medical Branch
    • Galveston, Texas
    • Dates: 1977-1981

    • Degree: M.D.

  • POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:

    • The University of Texas Medical Branch
    • Galveston, Texas
    • Orthopedic Surgery Residency: 1981-1982
    • Surgical Internship: 1982-1986
Medical Licensure
  • Texas State Board of Medical Examiners #F9616
HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS
  • Charlton Methodist Hospital
    • 3500 W. Wheatland
    • Dallas, Texas 75237
  •  Methodist Medical Center

    • 1441 N. Beckley Ave.
    • Dallas, Texas

 

MEMBERSHIPS/APPOINTMENTS
  • Assistant Professor of Family Practice and Community Medical University of Texas Southwestern

  • American Medical Association
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Dallas County Medical Society
  • Eggers Orthopedic Society
  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

  • Elected to Honorary position with Southwest Athletic Trainers

COMMITTEES
  • Dallas County Medical Society
  • Board of Censors – 1999-2001

  • Mediations Committee – 1996-1998

  • Chairman, Dept. of Surgery – 1999-2002

  • Methodist Charlton Medical Center

Publications
  • “Expert Guide to Sports Medicine”
    • Contributing Author, 2005

  •  “Juvenile Tillaux Fracture in an Adolescent Basketball Player”

    • The Physician and Sports Medicine

    • February, 2005

  • “Non-traumatic Clostridial Gas Gangrene”
    • Orthopedic Review October, 1986
PRESENTATIONS
  • “Tibial Tuberosity Fractures in Young Athletes”
    • Texas Medical Association Annual Meeting
    • Sports Medicine Seminar
    • May 21, 1983

  • “Composite Autogenous and Allogenic Bone Grafts in the Treatment of Osteomyelitis”
    • 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
    • Scientific Exhibit
    • January 24-28, 1985
    • Las Vegas, Nevada
Board Certification
  • American Board of Orthopedic Surgery – July, 1989
  • American Board of Orthopedic Surgery Recertification, 1996