DAVID DUFFNER, MD, MBA, FAAOS

OARD-CERTIFIED IN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY


Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Duffner provides surgical and non surgical solutions for a wide range of conditions and traumas, including sports injuries.


Dr. David Duffner, MD, MBA, FAAOS, is an expert and highly experienced Orthopedic Surgeon in Palm Springs, California, who has been in practice for more than three decades. His acclaimed career in medicine began in 1979, when he graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. Upon earning his Medical Degree, Dr. Duffner completed an internship and residency at the Texas A&M – Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple,Texas, before traveling to Switzerland to complete a fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Orthopedics at the University of Basel. He also holds a Master of Business Administration Degree.


Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Duffner provides surgical and non surgical solutions for a wide range of conditions and traumas, including sports injuries. He is particularly renowned, however, as an expert in spine surgery. Specialist procedures undertaken by him include herniated disc surgery, spinal fusion, spinal reconstructive surgery and spinal cord stimulation. He has earned the coveted title of Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, is an active member of the Riverside County Medical Association, and a founding member of the North American Spine Society. Presently, Dr. Duffner continues to provide exceptional care to his patients at his private practice located in Palm Springs, California.

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