Bryce Clinger, M.D.

Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon

Bryce Clinger, M.D.

Bryce Clinger, MD, completed his medical degree at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine where he was selected into the AOA medical honor society. He then completed residency training at the University of New Mexico where he trained with experts in the field of multi-ligament knee injuries. During his residency he was awarded with the outstanding resident researcher award and top chief resident educator award. He then went on to complete an orthopedic sports medicine surgery fellowship at the University of Virginia, learning arthroscopic and open surgical techniques for shoulder, hip and knee injuries. During this time, he provided team coverage to the University of Virginia and James Madison University. 

Dr. Clinger has published numerus articles, written book chapters, and lectured nationally in the field of orthopedic sports medicine. He is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. 

Dr. Clinger will join the Orthopedic Institute of North Texas (OINT) in September of 2024, bringing his expertise in shoulder, hip and knee injuries. He specializes on open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery, shoulder arthroplasty, hip arthroscopy, abductor and hamstring repair, knee ligament reconstruction, meniscus repair, cartilage transplant, patella stabilization and lower extremity deformity correction. 

When not caring for patients, Dr. Clinger enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He enjoys working out, sports, BBQ and the outdoors.