Dr. Stephen Parker is a board certified interventional pain management physician
who has joined Carolina Orthopaedic Specialist. He is a graduate of the Medical University
of South Carolina and completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh in
PM&R. He has experience in both inpatient and outpatient rehab having served as a
medical director for the past 14 years. Most recently he completed his training in
pain management. He performs epidural steroid injections both to the neck and back,
radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation trials, kyphoplasty as well as facet
blocks, SI joint and hip injections all under fluoroscopy. His interests are in neck
and back pain, the management of workers injuries, EMG and general musculo skeletal
medicine. Dr. Parker has also been involved in the development of Telemedicine technology
and is co-
Kelly Jones, Pharm D.
Kelly W. Jones, Pharm.D., BCPS is an MUSC AHEC Associate Professor (Florence) of Family Medicine. He is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) where he received both his B.S in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees. He also completed a Pharm. D. Fellowship in Family Medicine from MUSC. He has been with the McLeod Family Medicine Residency Program since his graduation in 1989. In 1993, he was awarded Board Certification in Pharmacotherapy. Dr. Jones was born in Fountain Inn, South Carolina, married to Lisa and has 6 wonderful children Amanda, West, Carol, Mason, Hamilton and Jackson. They currently reside in Hartsville, South Carolina. His hobbies include family, writing music, coin collecting and what ever his wife tells him to do J!
The most recent new news is that Lisa and I am going to be a grandparents! What? I am way to young for that!
“I have a most interesting role at the family medicine center. Most people have no idea what I do because my role is so nontraditional. My family describes my role in one statement; "drugs are his life". The Faculty refers to me as a "PDR with legs". To tell you the truth, they are not far off, but my assessment of my job can be summed up in one phrase; "helping practitioner’s help their patient's!”