A native of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Dr. Adam Parson discovered an early interest in veterinary medicine. At a young age, his first job in the industry included cleaning cages, sweeping the floor and mowing the grass. Over time, Dr. Parson was helping with surgeries and became a veterinary assistant. After completing his undergraduate degree at High Point University in North Carolina, Dr. Parson made the trek back to Ohio and received his doctorate from The Ohio State University in 2002.
Dr. Parson shares his Upper Arlington home with his wife, Joanna and their three children, Chance, Emma, and Jack. In addition to the two-legged family members, a few four-legged member call the Parson abode their home: Hank, Julio, Stephanie, Mike, and Nugget.
When he’s not in the clinic, Dr. Parson enjoys hiking, golfing and taking his son, Chance, snowboarding. With young children at home, he is kept very busy with school and extracurricular activities. In addition to his family responsibilities, Dr. Parson is the president of the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Society, a Freemason and a member of the Tri-Village Rotary Club.
Dr. Parson’s commitment to providing the best care for his patients extends to his research into innovative medical procedures and research. From stem cell transplants to assist canine patients with arthritis to learing new orthopedic surgical techniques, Dr. Parson will leave no stone unturned.
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