Dr. Carri Jones is a board-certified specialist in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and conditions of the spine, peripheral nerves, and musculoskeletal system. At Peninsula Orthopedic Associates, she treats sports and occupational injuries, degenerative arthritic conditions, and complex regional pain syndromes for her Daly, City, California, patients.
Thanks to her in-depth research on, and experience with, stem cell therapies, Dr. Jones was named an Innovator in Orthobiologics & Advancing Regenerative Medicine by The Orthobiologics Institute.
After earning her medical degree in 1993 from New York Medical College, Dr. Jones was chief resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Upstate Medical University and the Institute For Human Performance in Syracuse, New York. She completed her fellowship training in stem cell regenerative medicine and orthobiologics with application in sport and spine medicine.
Dr. Jones is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, sports medicine, and pain medicine. Prior to joining Peninsula Orthopedic Associates, she was a partner at Orthopedic Associates of Central New York, chief of Physical Medicine at Crouse Irving Hospital in Syracuse, team physician for Syracuse University Athletics, Syracuse Sting, and USA Golden Gloves Boxing, and consultant to the Ladies Professional Golf Association and American Hockey League.
As part of her practice, Dr. Jones embraces personalized medicine, best practices, and precision point of care for rapid, optimal recovery. She is an early adopter of transformative technologies and digital health solutions, which provide positive impacts on the quality of life for the community.