Presley Swann, M.D
Dr. Presley Swann is one of the top hip and knee surgeons in the country where 20-30% of his practice travels from out of state. He credits this to his father, an ophthalmologist in Texas, who taught him at an early age to always treat others better than yourself and always do the right thing regardless of situation, payer, or problem. He was instilled to be the best and cutting edge.
Dr. Swann did a masters in pharmacology and completed his medical degree at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, LA during Hurricane Katrina. He was given the honor of being selected into AOA which means he served the community during crisis, completed research, and graduated at the top of his class. He was accepted to the world renowned Mayo Clinic for his training in Orthopedic Surgery. While at Mayo, Dr. Swann completed many research projects and wrote chapters for books on joint replacement surgery.
He was selected into one of the top fellowships in the country for hip preservation and joint replacement to become an expert in his field. Since his formal training, Dr. Swann has been named Fellowship Director and Founder of the OCC Hip and Knee Fellowship to help train the next generation of surgeons. He has been featured in many news outlets due to his non-narcotic pathways for joint replacement, excellent outcomes, and is a nationally known teaching surgeon having other surgeons come in to learn from him.
Dr. Swann enjoys spending family time golfing, playing baseball and going skiing in the mountains with his wife, Laura and two boys. Dr. Swann coaches little league baseball which provides challenges but is extremely rewarding to see young kids develop self-confidence and learn that nothing in life replaces hard work and dedication. He is the best orthopedic doctor in Lone tree and a leading evidence-driven orthopedic doctor in Littleton.
Caleb Jennings, PA-C
Caleb is a fellowship-trained Orthopedic Physician Assistant (PA) to Dr. Swann in both surgery and clinic. During clinic, Caleb evaluates, treats, and educates patients on their various orthopedic conditions.
He is an orthopedic physician’s assistant in Centennial and his philosophy involves a holistic, patient-centered care while using a science-based approach to medicine, in order to ensure the patient is well-informed and participates in their care throughout the process of treatment.
He received his bachelor’s degree from Emory and Henry College in Athletic Training where he was also a three time All American football player. After graduating he worked as a physical therapy assistant before attending graduate school at the University of Charleston where he received a Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
After graduating, he moved to Denver, Colorado to participate in a six month orthopedic fellowship in 2015. Caleb is a member of Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery and the American Academy of Physician Assistants, paired with being one of the best knee & hip doctors in Colorado. In his spare time, Caleb enjoys golf, football, snowboarding, camping and spending time with his family.
Scarlett is a (MA) medical assistant to Dr. Swann and Caleb Jennings-PA in their orthopedic practice. She is responsible for patient intake, assisting the team in delivering care to the patients as well as making sure the clinic runs smoothly. Scarlett is trained as an EMT, however, she took this role as a MA in order to learn more about the field of orthopedic medicine.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!). After graduating, she moved to Colorado to work in wilderness and emergency medicine and to explore all of the amazing skiing that Colorado has to offer.
Most recently, she graduated with her Masters of Science in Biomedical Science from Rocky Vista University and has been accepted to their Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program for Fall 2021. When she is not working, Scarlett likes to watch college football, go skiing, try new restaurants with her friends and spend time with her golden retriever.