After graduating cum laude from Morris Brown College in
Atlanta with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Dr. Taylor earned his medical
degree from Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Taylor completed both his internship and residency
in family medicine at Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, North
Carolina. He also completed a primary
care sports medicine fellowship at Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg,
Board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine,
Dr. Taylor provides highly personalized, full service family medicine care for
all ages. He also specializes in primary
care sports medicine and evaluates and treats non-operative orthopedic
injuries. Dr. Taylor aims to counsel young
athletes and weekend warriors on proper training methods to avoid injuries. He
also has a special interest in concussion management and ultrasound guided
Dr. Taylor found his way into medicine through a combination
of a strong interest in science and a love of sports. His diverse background includes providing
inpatient, outpatient and battlefield medical care as a staff physician to
soldiers, their families and veterans during his military service. While on active duty, Dr. Taylor completed a
combat tour in Iraq supporting Operation New Dawn. He was also the medical director for the
Warrior Transition Battalion at Ft. Campbell, KY. Dr. Taylor was honorably discharged at the
rank of Major from the United States Army.
Dr. Taylor enjoys learning about his patients. Compassionate and realistic, he takes the
whole person into consideration when developing treatment plans. With his
sports injury patients, for example, he will help figure out a way for them to
continue to stay active while allowing the injury to heal. He sees himself as his patients’ teammate,
educating them about their conditions and helping them make the best decisions
regarding their quality of life.
In his spare time, Dr. Taylor enjoys bowling, playing flag
football, softball and chess.
Always verify insurance coverage with your provider prior to receiving care.
Phone: (281) 325-4100
Fax: (281) 325-4268