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Andrew J. Gregory, MD, FAAP

  • Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, Neurosurgery & Pediatrics
  • Co-Director, Vanderbilt Sports Concussion Center
  • Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Associate Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Team Physician, Nashville Christian School
  • Team Physician, Vanderbilt University
  • Team Physician, Nashvilles Sounds
  • Team Physician, USA Volleyball National Teams

Areas of Expertise

  • Adolescent Sports Medicine
  • Fractures
  • Orthopaedics
  • Pediatric Orthopaedics
  • Sports Medicine

Board Certifications

  • Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics, 2000
  • Sports Medicine - American Board of Pediatrics, 2002


  • Doctor of Medicine - University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1997
  • Internship - University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System, 1998
  • Residency - University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System, 2000
  • Fellowship - American Sports Medicine Institute, 2001
  • Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics

Andrew J. Gregory, MD, FAAP Introduction


2200 Children's Way, Suite 4202
Nashville, TN 37232
1155 Kennedy Drive, 2nd Floor
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
206 Bedford Way
Franklin, TN 37064
1215 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37232

Patient Comments

Patient Comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in full. Patients are not identified in order to respect patient privacy.
  • very caring with her
    Patient | August 7, 2019
  • Have recommended a few times.
    Patient | August 2, 2019
  • good experience
    Patient | July 22, 2019
  • MD made me feel as if I caused the injury to my child, did not explain why brace vs. cast. Didn't review X-rays prior to the 50 mins. it took to be seen.
    Patient | June 12, 2019
  • He was courteous and offered clear explanation regarding his assessment of my injury. I was very comforted by the fact that he was an expert and told me it wasn't as bad as I thought. Also, he stopped in again after I'd been fitted for a brace to see how I could move in it.
    Patient | May 20, 2019