- Orthopedic & Spine Providers
- Edward S. Ashman, M.D.
- Bradley S. Baker, M.D.
- Michael S. Bradford, M.D.
- Holman Chan, M.D.
- Ronald W. Hillock, M.D.
- John J. Kastrup, M.D.
- Thomas C. Kim, M.D.
- Daniel D. Lee, M.D.
- Patrick S. McNulty, M.D.
- Gary D. Morris, M.D.
- Russell T. Nevins, M.D.
- Reynold L. Rimoldi, M.D.
- Walter J. Song, M.D.
- Arthur J. Taylor, M.D.
- Michael D. Thomas, M.D.
- Thomas L. Vater, D.O.
- Conrad O. Yu, M.D.
Daniel D. Lee, M.D.
Pritzker School of Medicine
Chicago, Illinois InternshipLenox Hill Hospital
New York, New York ResidencyLenox Hill Hospital
New York, New York FellowshipJohn Hopkins Medical Center
Baltimore, Maryland Board Certifications
Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryAffiliations
- Sunrise Hospital Medical Center
- MountainView Hospital & Medical Center
- Valley Hospital Medical Center
- North Vista Hospital & Medical Center
- Summerline Hosptial Medical Center
- University Medical Center of Southern Nevada
- The Surgical Center at Tenaya
- Southwest Medical Center Ambulatory Surgery Center
- Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center
- Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center
- St. Rose Dominican Hospital Rose de Lima Campus
- St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena Campus
- St. Rose Dominican Hospital San Martin Campus
- Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center
Daniel D. Lee, M.D joined Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center in 2003. Dr. Lee’s professional interests include degenerative, traumatic, and deformity/scoliosis spinal pathologies, as well as, complex reconstructions and revision spine surgery. He also holds expertise in the area of general orthopedic and trauma surgery.
Daniel D. Lee, M.D. was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with Distinction in 1993 from Stanford University, California. Dr. Lee received a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine in 1997. Following medical school, Dr. Lee joined the United States Navy Medical Corps as a reserve officer. Dr. Lee completed his Orthopedic Surgery internship and residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, New York from 1997-2002. During his residency, Dr. Lee trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital in New York, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas.
Also during residency, he participated in the care of multiple professional sports teams including the New York Jets and New York Rangers. Dr. Lee completed his Spine Fellowship at John Hopkins University Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland under John P. Kostuik, M.D. the past Chairman of Spine and Orthopedic Surgery. While completing his fellowship, Dr. Lee pursued a degree in Medical Acupuncture graduating from New York Medical College in 2002. He retired from the U.S. Navy Reserve in 2008 as a Lieutenant Commander.Publications
- D. Lee, C. Sullivan, P. Stasikelis: “The Optimum treatment for Chronic Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis: A META- Analysis,” Orthopedic Transactions, Vol. 19, N. 2, 1995, p. 504-505.
D. Lee, S. Lee, P. Stasikelis: “Evidence Against a Mechanical Etiology of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis,” Orthopedic Transactions, Vol. 19, N. 3, 1995-1996, p. 717.
The Adult Spine: Principles and Practice, J.W. Frymoyer “Surgical Approaches to the Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Spine,” D.D. Lee, M. Lemma, J.P. Kostuik
“Conservative versus Spinal Care in Patients with Degenerate Disc Disease - A Review,” Journal of Southern Orthopedic Association - Accepted October, 2003