Sports medicine and orthopedic surgery
Dr. Robinson recently moved to the Temecula area to help fill the need for a trauma-trained orthopedist in the valley. In addition to his specialized trauma background, he is well trained in general orthopedics. He also treats arthritis, sports injuries, fractures, hand and shoulder injuries and foot and ankle problems. In caring for the majority of these conditions, non-operative modalities will first be exhausted before considering surgery. If and when operative management is indicated, Dr. Robinson performs joint replacements, arthroscopic surgery, repairs fractures, hand surgery, and foot and ankle surgery.
Concurrent with his private practice, Dr. Robinson is also involved with the teaching and training of orthopedic residents at Riverside University of Health Sciences. There, he participates in clinics, resident didactics, and operative instruction with all levels of residents.
On a personal note, Dr. Robinson was born and raised in Southern California. He has returned to his hometown, having grown up in the Temecula Valley. He went to Linfield High School and played varsity football, baseball and basketball.
- Bachelor of Science in BiochemistryUniversity of California, Davis
- D.O. degreeWestern University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA
- Rotating InternshipBotsford Hospital, Farmington Hills, MIMichigan State University Teaching Site
- Orthopaedic ResidencyBotsford Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI Michigan State University Teaching Site
- Orthopaedic TraumaUniversity of Alabama, at Birmingham
- Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery/Orthopaedics – University of California, Riverside
- Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Residency – Riverside University Health System
- Assistant Clinical Professor – Western University of Health Sciences
- Assistant Clinical Professor – UHS Southern California MEC - Family Medicine Residency
- Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery/Orthopaedics – University of California, Riverside Orthopaedic Trauma and General Orthopaedics Riverside University Health System – Orthopaedic ResidencySeptember 2012 – Current
- Private Practice – Orthopaedic Trauma and General OrthopaedicsSeptember 2012 – Current
- Orthopaedic Board Certified – AOA/AOBOS – Expires 12/31/2026
- CA License – Expires 4/30/2024
- CA Radiography and Fluoroscopy Supervisor and Operator – Current
- Inland Valley medical center
- Rancho springs medical center
- Loma Linda Medical center Murrieta
- Temecula Valley hospital
- Riverside University of Health Sciences
- Corona Regional Medical Center
- American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery
- AO Trauma
- Orthopaedic Trauma Association
- Trauma Services Committee – Inland Valley Medical Center 2012 - current
- Surgical Case Review Committee – Temecula Valley Hospital 2014 – 2016
- Credentials Committee – Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta 2015 – 2017
- Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery Liaison – Inland Valley Medical Center 2016 – current
- Ethics Committee – Southwest Healthcare System 2017 – 2018
- Department of Surgery – Vice-Chair – Southwest Healthcare System 2017 – 2020
- Multi-Specialty Review Committee – Southwest Healthcare System 2017 – 2020
- The William G. Anderson, DO, Minority Scholarship - 2003
- Michigan State University - COGMET Awarded first place - Senior Orthopaedic Paper – Case Presentation In Situ Plate Augmentation Using the Posterolateral Approach in Aseptic Tibial Nonunions. June 2011
- Mentor of the Year – Riverside University Health SystemOrthopaedic Surgery Residency 2015-2016
- Participating Residency/Hospital
Sanders D, et al. Functional and Cardiac Outcomes Comparing Symptomatic versus 10 g/dL Transfusion Threshold: A Randomized Trial in over 2000 Patients with Hip Fracture – OTA “Best paper of the 2010 Annual Meeting”
- Principal Investigator: “Reoperations using the Trochanteric Fixation Nail, in a community setting, and a review of the literature.” June 2010
- Principal Investigator: “In Situ Plate Augmentation Using the Posterolateral Approach in Aseptic Tibial Nonunions.” January 2011
- Lecture: “Management of Pelvis Fractures”. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds – Inland Valley Medical Center. November 2012
- Lecture: “High Energy Tibial Plateau Fractures”
AOAO Fall Meeting 2014 – Orthopaedic Trauma Section
- Lecture: “Pelvic Ring Fractures”
AOAO Fall Meeting 2014 – Orthopaedic Trauma Section
- Silverio A, Rebich E, Basso-Williams M, Vardiabasis N, Robinson M.
“Bosworth Ankle Fracture-Dislocation; A Case Report.” AOAO Online publication. Dec 2014.
- Acree J, Robinson M. “The Gerwin Approach for Fractures of the Humerus: Technique and Early Results.” Riverside University Health System Research Symposium. May 2015
- Developed Orthopaedic Trauma Protocols for Southwest Healthcare System Level II Trauma Center. September 2015.
- Acree J, Brereton D, Robinson M. “The Gerwin Approach for Fractures of the Humerus: Technique and Early Results.” Data collection period.
- Lecture: “Percutaneous fixation and reduction techniques”
AOAO Fall Meeting 2017 – General Session
- Bouz T, Michelin R, Bouz J, Robinson M.“Does the predetermined angle of cephalomedullary nail affect final reduction or tip-to-apex distance? AOAO poster Fall 2020
- Barger K, Robinson M. “An evaluation of the Inlet Obturator Oblique view for sacroiliac and transsacral screw placement.” Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35199213/
For more information please visit www.robinsonorthopedics.com