Mar 21, 2019
Dr. Ed Nash
Stem Cell Therapy

Dr. Nash grew up in Northwest Houston, attended Klein High School and swam for The Woodlands Swim Team. After clocking the 10th fastest 200 yard breastroke in 1993, he was offered a scholarship at The University of Tennessee, an NCAA Division I top 10 swimming program. Despite the excitement of competition at the highest level, he chose to focus on academics in hopes of attending medical school. He transferred to Texas A&M University, where he graduated Cum Laude with a double major in Biology and History, and a minor in Chemistry. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Texas-Houston. Dr. Nash was accepted to the prestigious Baylor-University of Texas Allied Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program. The first year known as internship, was spent working in the Internal Medicine Department. The next three years he honed his skills working with many world-renowned professors. He next joined KSF Orthopedics after residency training. Dr. Nash lives with his wife and six children in The Woodlands. He enjoys swimming, surfing, backpacking.

Dr. Nash provides non-operative, personalized treatment options to patients suffering with acute and chronic pain. Dr. Nash strives to provide compassionate care which begins with listening to the patient.