Sept. 17, 2018 – Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to welcome
physical medicine & rehabilitation physician
Jason Dancy, M.D., to
Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery, and to the Brunswick Campus medical staff.
Dancy earned his medical degree from Medical University of the Americas,
Nevis, West Indies. He completed his physical medicine and rehabilitation
residency at Case Western Reserve University/MetroHealth Medical Center
in Cleveland, Ohio, and his Interventional Spine Medicine fellowship at
Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to joining the Health
System, Dancy received the Dean of Clinical Medicine Award in medical
school and was the Chief Fellow of Spine Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic.
“I was drawn to the specialty of physical medicine because I have
a strong desire to help people and make a difference in their lives,”
Dancy says. “Patient care should be a team approach. I want patients
to know and understand their options so we can work together to develop
a treatment plan that works best for them and will help them reach their
goals. Nothing is more satisfying then helping people get back to doing
the things they enjoy.”
Dancy’s patient-centered, team approach to health care is applicable
to a variety of injuries. He adds, “I use a combination of interventions,
including exercises, therapies, medications and procedures to help patients
reduce their pain and improve their function.”
Although Dancy had his pick of Health System’s to choose from throughout
the country, he decided to join the Health System because of its close-knit,
“When I came to Southeast Georgia Health System, I was literally
treated like family,” says Dancy. “The entire staff at the
Health System is warm and friendly, and the care is terrific. I am excited
to work alongside a broad range of specialists with tremendous training
When Dancy isn’t practicing medicine, he can be found working out,
traveling and spending time with family. He enjoys golfing and fishing,
and having grown up in Canada, his favorite sport is hockey.
Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery, a strategic affiliate
of the Health System, has two locations in Glynn County and one in Camden
County. Dancy’s office is located in the Brunswick Campus Medical
Plaza at 3025 Shrine Road, Suite 390. He also sees patients at the St.
Simons Island location at 7000 Wellness Way, Suite 7110. Visit
sghs.org/orthopaedic-surgery or call 912-466-7340 to schedule an appointment.