Stephen Quinn completed both his undergraduate studies and his medical degree at the University of North Carolina, graduating with honors in both cases. His internship and residency were performed at the University of Virginia, under the direction of renowned musculoskeletal radiologist Theodore E. Keats. Dr. Quinn then completed a fellowship in Body Imaging and Interventional Radiology at the University of California, San Diego.

Dr. Quinn has over nineteen years of experience as a valued clinician, educator, and researcher. In addition to private practice experience, he has held positions, often concurrent with private practice, as an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center and at the University of Oregon, where he held a dual appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery.

Dr. Quinn’s contributions to the radiology literature can only be described as remarkable. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles and has presented his findings at numerous radiology and surgical meetings. His landmark articles in musculoskeletal MRI include some of the initial reports on the use of MRI for the evaluation of the Achilles tendon, osteomyelitis, patellar tendonitis and chondromalacia, extremity foreign bodies, tarsal tunnel syndrome, fibromatoses, the biceps tendon, hip fractures, and meniscal tears with arthroscopic correlation.