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Thomas Michael Sasser, Jr. M.D.

Thomas Michael Sasser, Jr., M.D.

Medical Director, Sports Medicine Program Orthopaedic Surgeon

4.5 | 450 Ratings
Area of Practice:
Sports Medicine
Hip Replacement
Joint Replacement
Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery
Language Spoken: English

Board Certifications

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine


Very happy with the talk and service
This office visit was a 6-month check up after knee replacement surgery. Dr. Sasser did an excellent job on my knee and is always positive and cheerful.
The doctor took an xray of my left knee. This xray showed a loy of arthritis under my knee cap. My knee pain is to the left outside and goes down my leg. The doctor never addressed the real issue I was having. I felt like I was an imposition and he was in a hurry. I will not be back if at all possible.
Dr. Sasser explained my condition and made a follow up appointment with one of his associate for additional care.
I have to say, Dr. Sasser is a wonderful doctor. I am lucky to have him as my doctor.
The provider were right on point and described the things I needed to know
Same Dr. Sasser for a shoulder injury. Dr. Sasser was professional however he did not do a good job explaining what he thought the issue was. Dr. Sasser also ignored the fact that I'm in constant pain.
This was my visit with Dr Sassar. He was great. Smart, engaging, answered all my questions. I never felt rushed.
Dr. Sesser is very nice and cares about your problem and takes time to help you and talk to you. I like him.
I have total confidence in Dr Sasser.
The office was clearly too busy, the Dr clearly had a lot going on. I personally feel like this affected the time spent and care given. I waited and an hour past my appointment to be seen. And even then my time was very rushed with Dr. Sasser. Given more time and attention I would have been able to explain what was going on via my injury and training needs.
Dr Sasser is a very good and nice Physician.
This dr was rude and wouldn't listen to my descriptions of my ailments and pain issues. Very disrespectful of my hearing impairment.
My experience was simply great and I was thoroughly pleased with Dr. Sasser's recommendations. The medication he prescribed worked wonders
Everything went very well.
I was hurried through like an assembly line..he talked at me not to me. A very disheartening visit. I will be looking for another provider.
Great Dr
Completely satisfied
Very helpful and polite as usual. All of the employees I came in contact with this visit and other visits in the past have always been very nice and helpful!
Dr.Sasser was very knowledgeable about my injury. He took the time to answer all my questions, and explain the plan of action in healing my wrist. I would definitely recommend him to family and friends.
Dr. Sasser is warm, compassionate and patient in answering all my questions. I have been seeing him for 7 years with my knee issues. I am still recovering but feel completely comfortable and cared for by the wonderful team!!
The staff and doctor was very nice and answered all of my questions.
They were very courteous and professional. Very satisfied
Everything was good every visit
My only minor complaint is the long wait time in the waiting room, and also after I'm taken to the exam room
Always a pleasant experience
Didn't have to wait long to see dr and he sent me for X-rays in the same office. Glad I didn't have to go somewhere else for the X-ray
Thank you for your kindness
Dr. Sasser is the surgeon who has replaced both my hips and has done excellent work.
Great Doctor. Highly recommended
As always I get the best of care, time and attention needed by Dr. Sasser, nurses and staff
Dr Sasser very helpful and addressed my concerns.
Doctor Sasser is a very good doctor - hi is demeanor changed towards me after surgery. Then, I realized he's am excellent doctor...once you lpass his Arrogance.
Good visit. Received injection to right knee. Care givers were upbeat and professional. Injections are working well to control pain.
It was a good visit.
Excellent dr
Great experience
Always a great experience
I was impressed with the diagnosis provided by Dr. Sasser and I'm following his instructions to the letter and I notice a change in my injury.
Everyone was Great!
Two family members have used dr Sasser and we're very pleased as am I .
Very good doctor
Dr Sasser is always very thorough and professional.
Drs.Sasser conducted a thorough exam and outlined a solution to my problem.
Was very professional and helpful with my problem


A board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, Beau Sasser, M.D., specializes in sports medicine and shoulder, hip and knee joint replacement. Dr. Sasser is credentialed for Mako® Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery procedures and has been performing robotic-assisted surgery for over a decade. He also performs the Arthrex® Virtual Implant Positioning™ (VIP) shoulder replacement procedures. Dr. Sasser serves as medical director of the Southeast Georgia Health System Sports Medicine department.

Dr. Sasser is a native of Glynn County and a graduate of Glynn Academy. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., and his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, where he also completed his internship and orthopaedic residency.

Following his residency, Dr. Sasser received exclusive sports medicine training while in a fellowship program with the Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute. During this time, he worked with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, treating a variety of sports and orthopaedic injuries incurred by these elite athletes. Dr. Sasser returned to Glynn County in 2005 and joined Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery.

Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery, a strategic affiliate of Southeast Georgia Health System, has three convenient locations. Dr. Sasser sees patients at the Brunswick location.

Hospital Privileges

Southeast Georgia Health System-Brunswick Campus

Southeast Georgia Health System-Camden Campus


Washington University in St. Louis, St Louis, MO


Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA


Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA


Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA


University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO

Meet the Doctor

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Dr. Beau Sasser’s Sports Medicine Blog

This online forum is dedicated to educating the community on current sports medicine practices. Blog followers enjoy a wide range of sports medicine topic discussions, including tips on healthy living, training tips for a 5K and the impact athletic trainers have on the safety and health of student athletes.

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Golden Isles TV Segment

Dr. Sasser discusses rotator cuff tears and shoulder replacement on a featured Golden Isles TV segment.

Healthy Partners Article

Getting Back to Life

Article in Healthy Partners Summers 2016 Edition ButtonHealthy Partners, Summer 2018
Surgery isn't alwasy nessisary, but when conservative treatment fails to produce the desire result, arthroscopic surgery can provide results without the downtime associated with traditional surgical techniques. Read our featured cancer care article in the Summer 2018 issue of Healthy Partners!

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First Coast Living Interview

Dr. Sasser discusses golf-related sports injuries and how to prevent them during an interview with First Coast Living at the RSM Classic.

Virtual Health Chat Webinars

Dr. Sasser hosts several webinars related to sports medicine, shoulder and knee injuries, and treatments to help seasoned athletes and weekend warriors alike return to play. Check it out!


Health Chat Webinar

Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology Part 3: Total Knee Replacement

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Health Chat Webinar

Understanding and Overcoming an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury

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Health Chat Webinar

Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology Part 2: Hip Replacement

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Health Chat Webinar

Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology Part 1: Knee Replacement

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Health Chat Webinar

Shoulder Aches and Pains: When to see the doctor

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