Dr. Ethan Kellum brings over 15 years of surgical and medical expertise to Edge Peptide Therapy. Dr. Kellum is a native of Henderson, Tennessee. He earned a medical degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine in Memphis. After a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Medical College of Georgia, he then completed a surgical fellowship in sports medicine, shoulder and advance arthroscope at the renowned New England Baptist Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. During his fellowship he served as assistant team physician for the NBA’s Boston Celtics, and for both Harvard and Tufts’ University athletics.
Dr. Kellum is a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Kellum has actively been involved in orthopedic surgery research through his medical career. He has also authored and co-authored several peer reviewed orthopedic surgery articles and book chapters.
Beyond his credentials, Dr. Kellum is a compassionate, committed surgeon who has care and love for every patient. It is Dr. Kellum’s passion to create an environment that treats and cares for the whole patient, mind, body and soul. Due to his specialty (and first love) of sports orthopedic surgery, he aspires to build the full-body health and longevity of each of his patients whether through sports surgery, nutrition and wellness or regenerative orthopedics (stem cell uses for the treatment of orthopedic and musculosketal conditions to keep patients out of the operating room).
Dr. Kellum realizes the need for men to age well and correct certain hormone imbalances. As a result, Dr. Kellum’s scope of practice has evolved to include this passion of helping men age better and have better function as they age. Dr. Kellum works to create an innovative and patient centered atmosphere that feels like home.