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Dr. Frazier L. Keitt

Dr. Frazier L. Keitt, DO

Clinical Medical Director for Elective and Non-operative Orthopedics

Dr. Frazier L. Keitt is a board-certified Internal Medicine Physician with subspecialty training in Sports Medicine. She attended Boston College for her undergraduate degree in Communication and then obtained her master’s in biomedical science from Hampton University. She obtained her medical degree from the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Virginia Campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. It was there where she developed her interest in internal medicine and sports medicine. Upon completion of her internal medicine residency training at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, OH, she moved to complete her fellowship training in Sports Medicine at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She moved back to Georgia in the fall of 2018.

Dr. Keitt is a full-time, non-operative orthopedic and internal medicine physician at Grady, and holds an assistant professorship in both specialty and subspecialty at Emory University School of Medicine. She also holds an adjunct assistant professorship in Internal Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is also the clinical medical director for elective and non-operative orthopedics at Grady. She is course director of the Morehouse Internal Medicine Residency Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine Rotation at Grady Health System and moonlights as an internal medicine physician for the Emory University Hospitalist Staff.

She serves as team physician for Morehouse College, The Atlanta Dream Woman’s Professional Basketball team, and area high schools in southwest Atlanta. She provides care for hospitalized patients and performs minimally invasive procedures for acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries in the outpatient setting.


  • Internal Medicine
  • Sports Medicine

Board Certifications

  • ABMS Internal Medicine


  • Drexel University College of Medicine


  • Emory

Education & Training

  • Medical School: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Internship: Riverside Methodist Hospital
  • Residency: Riverside Methodist Hospital

Honors & Awards

Certificate of Excellence – Course Director, Morehouse Internal Medicine Residency Musculoskeletal Rotation 2020

Transfer Center Quality Improvement Project – Impact Award, Riverside Methodist Hospital 2017


Should the FMS composite score be used to predict injury in competitive athletes? A critical review• (Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine – October 2018)

Allen-Gibson, D.S, White, A.R, Keitt, F.L, Jarrell, J.C, Yanov, D., Wyatt, T.A. Cigarette Smoke-Generated Hydrogen Peroxide Is Mediated By The Up-regulation Of Nox-family Member, Duox-1 And Nox-5 In Bronchial Epithelial Cells. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 2010, May; 181(1): A3540-A3540.

Bring, B., Chan, M., Devine, R., Diehl, J., Collins, C., Ahrens, B., Han, J., Keitt, F., Morris, S., Burgett, R., Bianco, A. Functional Movement Screening and Injury Rates in High School Cross Country Runners: A Prospective Observational Study. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2016, May; 48(5): 1081. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 27362215.