Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, he attended Touro University in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he received his medical degree. As a medical student, he traveled to both Ecuador and the Dominican Republic on volunteer missions trips, where he was introduced to life-altering complex orthopaedic conditions.
Dr. Reynolds then completed his general internship and orthopaedic surgery residency through Michigan State University at Henry Ford Health Systems in Detroit, Michigan. Specialty rotations during residency included pediatric orthopaedics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, orthopaedic trauma at Grady Memorial Hospital through Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and advanced hip arthroscopy with Dr. Marc Philippon at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado.
Following residency, Dr. Reynolds was accepted into the Sports Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation (SOAR) ACGME accredited sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship. At SOAR, he gained valuable experience in advanced cartilage restoration and lower limb realignment procedures. He trained with Dr. Kenneth Akizuki and assisted with the San Francisco Giants organization, treating elite overhead athletes with complex shoulder and elbow injuries.
Additional athletic team coverage during fellowship included working with NCAA Division IA programs at the University of San Francisco, Santa Clara University, University of California, Berkeley, and San Francisco State University, Academy of Arts, Foothills College, and De Anza College.
Dr. Reynolds currently works with San Jose State University, California State University Eastbay, Ohlone College, and Holy Names University Athletic departments.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Reynolds values his time with his wife, April, and their two boys. They enjoy traveling as much as possible together and love most anything outdoors, including surfing, kiteboarding, skiing, and mountain biking.