Parisa Morris, MD
Dr. Morris is an Arizona native, Dr. Morris graduated from the Arizona State University Honors College summa cum laude with a BS in Biology and Society. Afterwards, she was awarded a science and policy fellowship in Washington, DC. She then completed medical school and her orthopaedic residency at the University of Arizona. Following residency, she furthered her training with a one-year fellowship in foot and ankle surgery in Michigan as an AO fellow. Dr. Morris is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. Her research has been presented at state and national meetings. Dr. Morris specializes in treatment of foot and ankle disorders, with a special interest in complex hindfoot deformities and reconstruction, as well as foot and ankle trauma and arthritis. She joined OrthoArizona-Canyon Orthopaedics in 2013.
Dr. Morris’ Credentials
- Professional Employment
- Research Experience
- Teaching Experience
- Language Education
Residency The University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 2007 – 2012
Medical School University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, Arizona 2003 – 2007
Undergraduate in Biology, Concentration in Biology and Society Summa Cum Laude Barrett Honors College Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona 1997 – 2001
Redefining the Jones Fracture: A cadaveric model evaluating the effects of tendon anatomy on fifth metatarsal fracture stability. Parisa Morris, MD, Annie Francois, MD, Lutul D. Farrow, MD. AAOS Annual Meeting 2014 Podium Presentation.
Fourth and Fifth Tarsometatarsal Arthritis in the Subtle Cavus Foot. Parisa Morris, MD, Kristen Kuratnick, DO, Arthur Manoli II, MD. Michigan Orthopaedic Society 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting Podium Presentation. AOFAS Annual Meeting 2014 eposter.
Bifid Epiphysis of the Great Toe Proximal Phalanx: A Justification for Comparison Radiographs. Parisa Morris, MD, Kristen Kuratnick, DO, Robert T Hensel, MD, Arthur Manoli II, MD. Michigan Orthopaedic Society 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting Poster. AOFAS Annual Meeting 2014 eposter.
Ewing’s Sarcoma/Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor of the Proximal Humeral Epiphysis. Parisa Morris, MD; Paul S. Dickman, MD, and Matthew J. Seidel, MD. Orthopedics. January 2013.
A simple radiographic sign indicative of vertical, non-anatomic femoral tunnel placement during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Lutul D. Farrow, Parisa M. Morris, Kellen L. Huston, Tyler Hall, Scott G. Kaar. AAOS Annual Meeting 2012 Poster.
A View from the Field on Food and Drug Administration Regulation: Report of a 2002 Survey of U.S. Fertility Clinics. Mark S. Frankel and Parisa M. Morris. Fertility and Sterility, 2003. Treating Infertility in the 21st Century: Technological Triumph or Tragedy? Parisa Morris.Honors Thesis, Arizona State University, May 2001.