Paul Reynolds, MD
“The three A’s of success in medicine: Availability, Affability, Ability. Be there for your patients when they need you, treat them well with a good bed-side manner and provide great care!”
I enjoy getting to know each of my patients so that we can develop the best treatment plan for their condition. I truly value this relationship and feel that it allows me to combine evidence-based medicine with a patient-specific focus. Having been through numerous injuries as a patient, I know what it is like on both sides of the treatment table. This has given me the insight to better care for my patients.
I have a sub-specialty certification in Orthopedic Sports Medicine. I enjoy treating athletes of all ages and levels of competition. Seeing patients return to the activities that they are passionate about makes my job very rewarding.
Extensive experience in minimally invasive Orthopedic Sports medicine and arthroscopic procedures in treating shoulder and knee conditions/injuries. I perform tendon repairs of all types including biceps, triceps, pectoralis tendon (upper extremity) and hamstring, quad, patellar and Achilles tendon (lower extremity). I have a special focus on rotator cuff repairs as well as instability procedures for the shoulder.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I have spent 12 years with the military proudly caring for our military population to the best of my ability. In the military providers have the unique ability to focus on what is right for each patient. The Everett Clinic’s core value of putting patients first and doing what’s right for each patient most closely mirrors this philosophy for me. I am delighted to join a group where patient-centered care is at the forefront, because that’s what medicine is all about.