Meet Dr. Joseph W. McNutt
Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Doctor in Frisco, Texas
“It is my goal to provide my patients with personalized care and latest techniques in sports medicine and orthopedics. In addition to my basic training in orthopedic surgery, I have completed a fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopy. I believe all patients should be treated with the utmost respect and dignity. Every patient deserves the undivided attention of their physician, and you can be sure you will receive my personal attention. I think patients will enjoy my down-to-earth approach to medicine and treatment of musculoskeletal and sports injuries.”
Born and raised in Harrison, Arkansas, Dr. McNutt earned his bachelor of science in chemistry from Arkansas Tech University, where he also earned varsity letters in football and was named outstanding male student. Dr. McNutt received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 1994. He was also elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. He then completed his orthopedic surgery residency training in 1999 in Fort Worth, Texas, in the Tarrant County Hospital's residency program. Following his residency, Dr. McNutt completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City in 2000.
Board-certified in both Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Dr. McNutt specializes in adult and pediatric sports injuries, as well as general orthopaedics at SOSM in Frisco just outside of the Dallas metro area. He also has a special interest in knee cartilage repair and transplantation. In addition, Dr. McNutt provides care for many area athletic teams, including the Lovejoy Independent School District and Lone Star High School in Frisco.
Dr. McNutt is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS) and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (FAAOS). He also holds memberships in the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine, and the American College of Sports Medicine. He and his wife, Kim, have four sons: Matthew, Andrew, Nathan and Luke.