Kevin M. Smith, MD
Kevin M. Smith, MD
Kevin M. Smith, MD is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Specialist. Dr. Smith’s practice includes minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures and joint replacements of the shoulder, hip, and knee. He also treats sprains and fractures of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle. Dr. Smith values the physician-patient relationship and individually tailors his treatment recommendations to the goals desired by each of his patients.
Dr. Smith was born in Houston and graduated SUMMA CUM LAUDE from Humble High School where he was an all-state basketball player and district MVP. He continued his education and athletic career as a Division I basketball player at Lamar University, earning a perfect GPA in Chemical Engineering and Academic All-Conference honors. Dr. Smith earned a medical degree from UTMB before completing residency at Houston Methodist in Texas Medical Center, where he trained under the team physicians for the Houston Texans and Houston Astros. He also completed a healthcare management program focusing on the business principles in healthcare, the first of its kind from Rice University’s Jones School of Business. Dr. Smith was then selected for the prestigious Sports Medicine and Shoulder-Elbow Fellowship at Stanford, where he was the assistant team physician for the Stanford Cardinal football team and worked with the team physicians from the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, and Golden State Warriors.
Dr. Smith has also been credited with over twenty publications/presentations of orthopaedic scientific literature encompassing topics such as stem cells, biologics, joint replacements, hip arthroscopy, ligament reconstructions, and advanced surgical technique guides. He relies on this knowledge and experience when formulating an individualized treatment plan for his patients.
Dr. Smith has privileges at Memorial Hermann Surgery Center Woodlands Parkway, Memorial Hermann Hospital of The Woodlands, St. Luke’s Community Medical Center of The Woodlands, Houston Northwest Medical Center, Conroe Regional Medical Center, and Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital.