SOS has new director of orthopedic and sports therapy

Stacy Griffith

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) announced it has named physical therapist Stacy Griffith as the director of the SOS Orthopedic & Sports Therapy (SOS O&ST) department. He will lead the department which works collaboratively with SOS surgeons and other referring providers. The SOS O&ST team specializes in the evaluation and treatment of both non-operative orthopedic injuries and conditions as well as pre-operative and post-operative procedures.

“Stacy brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role and is truly dedicated to providing the highest level of care to our patients,” stated Mike Humphrey, CEO, Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists. “He has consistently shown a dedication to the core fundamentals of SOS and has always been committed to creating a positive work environment.”

Griffith has been with SOS since 2014 and was at Fitness Forum for 16 years prior, with multiple responsibilities including site operations and supervision, and working clinically. At SOS, Griffith has been an integral part of the opening of two clinics and established a total joint program to implement at each site.

Griffith received a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Daemen College after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from SUNY Potsdam. He also received certification in McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and treatment and has been a member of the Joint Council since 2015.