Dr. Fred J. McGlynn is a member of the Joint Replacement Team at Tuckahoe Orthopaedics. He received his medical degree from University of Virginia. After completing his internship and residency at University of Iowa, he was awarded a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction and Children’s Orthopaedics, also at University of Iowa. (A fellowship is a specialized training program that a physician chooses to pursue after completing medical school and residency training.)
Dr. McGlynn and his medical staff treat adult patients and athletes with hip, knee, and shoulder problems resulting from arthritis, injuries, and trauma. He also sees general orthopaedic issues in those ages 13 and above. Although Dr. McGlynn has stopped performing surgical procedures as of October 1, 2015, his 34 years of experience in joint replacement … having performed over 400 total joint replacements of the knee, hip, and shoulder each year…will continue to serve patients well. Dr. McGlynn is an excellent diagnostician and will continue to provide clinical care and conservative treatments for patients. For patients determined to be in need of surgery, he will refer them to another member of the Joint Replacement Team.
He serves as an Associate Clinical Professor at Medical College of Virginia. He also teaches orthopedic physicians participating in the Adult Reconstruction Fellowship Program at MCV.
Dr. McGlynn has a passion for mission work and has traveled all over the world to help children and adults in need. He’s the co-founder of Salva Vida Medical Foundation. This foundation is devoted to saving lives through mission trips to impoverished countries. He’s organized and participated in numerous trips to Haiti since the January 2010 earthquake.
“I love getting up each day and doing what I do. I enjoy working with a medical team that is dedicated to helping those in need. We try to treat patients and their families as if they were our family.”
Dr. McGlynn is married and has two daughters and six grandchildren. Sports have always been important to Dr. McGlynn. He played soccer while at University of Virginia. He continues to play competitive tennis. He also enjoys hiking and spending time with his family.
St. Mary’s Office
1501 Maple Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226