About Dr. Frazier

Daveed D. Frazier - New York, NYDaveed D. Frazier is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon with advanced training in spinal surgery and correction of spinal deformities. An assistant clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Frazier is also a respected lecturer, accomplished researcher, and published author on spine disorders and treatment.

Dr. Frazier graduated cum laude from Harvard Medical School and joined the institution’s long history of distinguished speakers when selected to address his 1990 graduating class. He went on to complete a combined surgical internship at the New England Deaconess Hospital and an orthopaedic residency at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Frazier’s advanced training includes completion of the Eismont/Jackson Memorial Spine Fellowship (spine surgery) and the Shufflebarger/Doctor’s Hospital Spine Fellowship (spine deformity surgery) in Miami, Florida. In addition, Dr. Frazier serves as assistant clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and adjunct assistant clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn.

In recognition of his many accomplishments and prevention-focused approach to patient care, Dr. Frazier was twice named “New York Super Doctor” by the New York Times Magazine. More recently, he was featured on the cover of The Network Journal.

His humanitarian efforts include service on the board of directors for FilmAid International—a charitable organization offering assistance to displaced persons worldwide through the power of film.

Admired by patients and clinicians alike, Dr. Frazier continues to set new standards for care in the diagnosis and treatment of spine-related disorders.

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Dr. Frazier is also a member of the following societies

Cervical Spine Research Society

Scoliosis Research Society

Society for Minimally Invasive

North American Spine Society