Jasen H. Gilley, MD

Jasen H. Gilley

Contact Information

  • Office 314-983-4700
  • After Hours 314-470-9292
  • Fax 314-692-9862


Main Location

Signature Orthopedics - West County
845 North New Ballas Court
Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63141
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Other Locations

Signature Orthopedics - Fenton
1011 Bowles Avenue
Suite 100
Fenton, MO 63026

Hospital Affiliations

Mercy Hospital St. Louis
Progress West Hospital
SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital
SSM Health St. Clare Hospital - Fenton

Areas of Interest

Joint Arthroscopy, Joint Replacement, Minimally Invasive Treatments, Foot Issues, Ankle Issues


Dr. Jasen Gilley is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle conditions in the St. Louis area.

He is also fellowship-trained in Foot and Ankle, and enjoys partnering with patients to find the best possible treatment options suited to their foot care needs.

Dr. Gilley accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.


Fellowship: Foot and Ankle, Northwestern University
Residency: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Medical School: Morehouse School of Medicine
Undergraduate: Missouri State University

Languages Spoken


Certifications & Organizations

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society

  • Video Transcript

    My name's Dr. Jasen Gilley. I'm one of the orthopedic surgeons at Signature Orthopedics and I subspecialize in foot and ankle. I'm born and raised in St. Louis. I grew up down the street. I went to Parkway North.

    I think the best thing about orthopedics is you get to come in, deal with people, have personal interactions on a day-to-day basis and help them get better.

    We take care of the whole body. If anybody injures that I'm happy to see them, but what I really focus on is the foot and ankle. So we do total ankle arthroplasty - well versed in that - sports-related ankle injuries. We take care of fractures of the foot and ankle all the time and even things like deformity of the foot - so if somebody has bunions or something like that, that's also something that I'm happy to take care of.

    I tore my knee and I had ACL surgery when I was in high school and so that's kind of what got me into it and why I went to med school and ultimately why I choose orthopedics after med school. I just want to treat people the way I was treated. That's what got me in. And my doctor had a great bedside manner and it wasn't talking down to me and so that's kind of how I approach everything.

    I want to be a part of the process with the patient and the other thing is I want them to know that even though I am a surgeon, my first goal is to do everything possible for them to avoid the OR (operating room). I don't want people going for surgery that don't need it. So I try any and everything that we can before we get to the point of having to offer surgery.