Dr Todd graduated with a BS in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University. He completed a year of clinical research in swallowing disorders at Wake Forest University and a surgical internship at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, followed by anesthesiology residency at Emory University.
Working as an independent contractor, he provides anesthesia services in the Metro Atlanta area. Since March 2022, he has been administering ketamine for treatment-resistant depression at the North Atlanta Attento Ketamine Center.
MD, Medical College of Georgia
Place of Practice
Marietta, Georgia, USA
2013-2016: Emory University, Anesthesiology Resident Physician, Atlanta, Georgia
2016-2019: NorthStar Anesthesia, Attending Physician , Columbus, Georgia
2019-Present: Independent Contractor, Attending Physician, Marietta, Georgia
Board Certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology
Qualification and Affiliations
Interest in regional anesthesia and adjunctive medications to reduce opioid use
Extensive clinical research experience.
Feng X, Todd JT, Hu Y, Lintzenich CR, Carr JJ, Browne JD, Kritchevsky SB, Butler SG. (2014). Age-related changes of hyoid bone position in healthy older adults with aspiration. Laryngoscope, 124(6):E231-6.
Butler SG, Clark H, Baginski SG, Todd JT, Lintzenich C, Leng X. (2014). Computed tomography pulmonary findings in healthy older adult aspirators versus nonaspirators. Laryngoscope, 124(2):494-7.
Todd JT, Stuart A, Lintzenich CR, Wallin J, Grace-Martin K, Butler SG. (2013). Stability of aspiration status in healthy adults. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol, 122(5):289-93.
Todd JT, Lintzenich CR, Butler SG. (2013). Isometric and swallowing tongue strength in healthy adults. Laryngoscope, 123(10):2469-73.
Feng X, Todd JT, Lintzenich CR, Ding J, Carr JJ, Ge Y, Browne JD, Kritchevsky SB, Butler SG. (2013). Aging-related geniohyoid muscle atrophy is related to aspiration status in healthy older adults. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 68(7):853-60.
Todd JT, Butler SG, Plonk DP, Grace-Martin K, Pelletier CA. (2012). Effects of chemesthetic stimuli mixtures with barium on swallowing apnea duration. Laryngoscope, 122(10):2248-51.
Todd JT, Butler SG, Plonk DP, Grace-Martin K, Pelletier CA. (2012). Main taste effects on swallowing apnea duration in healthy adults. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 147(4):678-83.