Dr. C. Chambliss Harrod

Dr. Harrod graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences. He received his Medical Degree in 2006 from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, where he graduated first in his class and received the LSUHSC Orthopaedic Award. Dr. Harrod graduated in June of 2011 from the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. During his residency, he received the General Surgery Intern ABSITE High Score Award, the HCORP Anatomy High Score Award, and served as a Harvard Medical School Anatomy Instructor.

Dr. Harrod recently completed a Fellowship program at the Rothman Institute at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia for Combined Orthopaedic/Neurosurgical Spinal Surgery. He has been actively involved in research with multiple publications including journal articles, review articles, and book chapters on both spinal topics as well as general orthopaedics. He has a particular interest in disorders of the cervical spine and is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

Dr. Harrod is accepting new patients and appointments by calling the Spine Center or requesting an appointment online.

Recent Spine Videos

by Dr. C. Chambliss Harrod

Kyphoplasty: Nonsurgical Spine Procedure for Osteoporosis


Stem Cell Biologic Therapies for Chronic Low Back Pain


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Recent Spine Articles

by Dr. C. Chambliss Harrod

Dr. Harrod’s Approach to Treating Back Pain

February 1, 2023

Low back pain is very common, but no two patients are exactly alike. So when a patient visits Dr. Harrod at The Spine Center, his ...

Micro Endoscopic Discectomy: A Minimally-Invasive Procedure

July 21, 2015

Micro Endoscopic Discectomy is a minimally-invasive procedure designed to relieve pain caused by herniated discs pressing on nerve roots. It is performed through a tubular ...

Bone Graft Alternatives in Spinal Surgery

February 6, 2014

Spinal fusion surgery is often needed for patients with spinal deformity, instability, traumatic injuries, spinal cord injuries, and patients requiring revision spinal surgery. The accomplishment ...

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