Dr. Colin A. Mudrick is a member of the Joint Replacement Team at Tuckahoe Orthopaedics. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University where he then went on to complete his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery. Following this he was awarded a fellowship in adult reconstructive surgery of the hip and knee at OrthoCarolina in Charlotte, North Carolina. (A fellowship is an extra year of specialized training that a physician chooses to pursue after completing medical school and residency training).
Dr. Mudrick and his staff evaluate and treat patients with hip and knee pain arising from arthritis, traumatic injury, and congenital / developmental conditions. He performs both partial and total knee replacements as well as total hip replacements using a minimally invasive direct anterior approach. He also treats young adult hip conditions including hip dysplasia and femoroacetabular impingement or “FAI” employing hip arthroscopy as well as periacetabular osteotomy, or “PAO” (a specialized procedure to reshape the hip socket in order to preserve a young patients native hip). During his fellowship he also focused on the treatment of complications that have arisen after previous hip and knee replacement surgery.
Dr. Mudrick grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He is a candidate member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, a member of the American Medical Association, the Medical Society of Virginia and the Richmond Academy of Medicine. He recently co-wrote a book chapter on the management of knee instability after total knee arthroplasty, as well as, published a case report regarding the relationship between lumbar spine surgery and hip instability. He enjoys spending time with his wife Berkley and their growing family, playing tennis, and fishing on Virginia’s trout streams.
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