Lee Radford, M.D.Lee Radford, M.D.

I am originally from a small farm town in the northwest corner of Illinois. I graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine before moving to Erie, PA to complete my residency in Orthopedic Surgery at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center at Hamot in 2012. I served as chief resident there from 2015-2016. I then traveled to Buffalo, NY where I completed a one year fellowship to become sub-specialized in complex total joint reconstructions and revision (redo) reconstructions. I am an active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgery, and I am board eligible in orthopedic surgery.

My professional focus is in general orthopedic care with an emphasis on total joint reconstruction, hand and upper extremity, and sports medicine. I treat a wide variety of joint disease for people of all ages. Whether you need a primary joint replacement, or have a more intricate problem, I have the experience to take care of you. I have extensive training in the anterior, anterolateral, and posterolateral approaches to the hip. I also perform knee surgeries of all complexities. I look forward to helping take care of any issue that you are dealing with.

Outside of orthopedics, I am married to a wonderful woman. She is a local veterinarian and we love the outdoors! We enjoy water sports, kayaking, and hiking with our four dogs. I am an avid golfer and enjoy watching baseball and football.

I am excited to be a part of such a high quality practice at Tennessee Valley Bone and Joint. Our greatest pleasure is helping you regain your quality of life and elevate your function to get you back to the activities that you love.

Tennessee Valley Bone and Joint does not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, or national origin. We provide open communications, assistance, and equal access to needed communications. We provide language services for the top 15 non English languages spoken in TN.