Austin McPhilamy, MD is a fellowship-trained surgeon specializing in Orthopedic Traumatology.
Before joining The CORE Institute, Dr. McPhilamy cared for patients in Michigan as an orthopedic trauma specialist. Dr. McPhilamy earned his specialty Trauma Fellowship from Reno Orthopaedic Clinic. He spent his residency training at Indiana University, School of Medicine and received his doctoral degree from Wayne State University, School of Medicine. Dr. McPhilamy received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University.
Dr. McPhilamy is an active member of the American Medical Association.
Procedures & Areas of Interest
- Complex Soft Tissue Reconstruction
- Complex Upper Extremity Reconstruction
- Minimally Invasive Bone Grafting
- Minimally Invasive Surgery for Fractures
- Pelvis & Acetabulum Surgery
- Post-Traumatic Deformities
- Primary Joint Replacement Surgery
- Revision Joint Replacement Surgery
- Treatment for Infected Fractures & Osteomyelitis
- Treatment of Nonunions & Malunions
FellowshipReno Orthopaedic Clinic
DoctoralWayne State University, School of Medicine
UndergraduateMichigan State University
Board CertificationBoard Eligible
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