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Hunter Boyett, DO


Dr. Hunter Boyett is a neurologist with a specialty in Interventional Spine and Pain Management. Dr. Boyett is a valuable part of the Spine Team at The Orthopaedic Center in Athens, AL. He received his medical education at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri. He completed an internship at Palm Beach Consortium for Graduate Medical Education in Port St. Lucie, Florida and then his Neurology Residency at the Ohio State University – Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.

Growing up in a family where several family members chose a career in medicine, Dr. Boyett was inspired by watching how his family members cared for others and helped their patients get back to doing what they loved. Being a natural-born problem solver and loving the complexity of the spine and neurology, he is passionate about helping patients find relief from their pain.

Dr. Boyett is an avid outdoor enthusiast. He enjoys fly fishing, wildlife, and animal behavior training, camping, and hiking. During his free time, he trains retrievers. He has three pups of his own, named Shooter, Hulk, and Gracie.  Dr. Boyett is married to Summer, whom he met in college and has one son, Banks.

Areas of Expertise

  • Spine/joint Degenerative Disease
  • Neuromodulation
    • Spinal Cord Stim
    • Peripheral Nerve Stim
  • Minimally-invasive Spinal Procedures



  • American Academy of Neurology — Resident Member
  • American Osteopathic Association — Resident Member

Clinical Team

  • Amanda Hendrix, MA


COVID-19  and our commitment to you

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Your health is a very important part of your life. In trying times like this, we are faced with many uncertainties. But one certain thing is that TOC is here and committed to the safety and orthopaedic needs of our patients.

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