Dr. Boyd is originally from the Midwest, receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri and attending medical school at Kansas City University. Becoming a Tarheel in 2016, Dr. Boyd completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at the University of North Carolina (UNC). He then went on to serve as team physician for the Tar Heels, NCCU Eagles and Carrboro High School during his Sports Medicine Fellowship. While at UNC, Dr. Boyd received advanced training in ultrasound and x-ray guided procedures. After fellowship, he joined the North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic to continue to help patients with various musculoskeletal problems who are interested in non-surgical care.

Double board certified in Sports Medicine and PM&R, Dr. Boyd’s clinical interests focus on nonoperative orthopaedic treatments, including physical rehabilitation and, when necessary, joint, spine, tendon, and nerve injections. He sees patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal issues from head to toe, including neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, back, hip, knee, ankle, and foot problems. He enjoys treating patients of all ages to help them get back to what they love to do.

Throughout his career, Dr. Boyd has been recognized with several honors. While in medical school, he was inducted to the Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honors Fraternity and received the Excellence Scholarship for achieving top marks on his medical board exams. During his residency, he received Intern of the Year and Resident of the Year Awards as well as serving as Chief Resident at UNC. Dr. Boyd has conducted research and authored several papers on non-surgical management of orthopaedic conditions. He has given presentations at international and national meetings and is an active member in the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine as well as the Spine Intervention Society.

Dr. Boyd is married to his wife Amanda, and they have one daughter, Nora. They enjoy exploring the North Carolina outdoors with Nora and their two dogs. He also enjoys cooking, playing golf and losing to his wife at pickleball.

Specialty Reference: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation