Dr. Albert Lynch is a board-certified specialty surgeon who performs advanced surgeries such as TPLOs, MPLs, and fracture fixation. Dr. Lynch was born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan, into a family full of veterinarians and equestrians. Growing up watching his father perform surgery sparked an early passion for anatomy and what would be a lifelong pursuit of surgery. Albert met his wife, Amanda, during an EMT training course and found his dog, Bob, in a dumpster. Albert and Amanda attended the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland. He then completed his rotating and surgical internships in Santa Cruz, California, followed by his surgical residency in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
For his work in the area of fracture fixation and 3D printing, Dr. Lynch has been a podium speaker at the annual American College of Veterinary Surgeons surgery summit, had his research featured on the cover of the medical journal, Veterinary and Comparative Orthopedics and Traumatology, and is a consultant for several medical imaging and implant manufacturers.
Dr. Lynch also holds numerous patents for orthopedic devices and has used computer modeling with 3D printing to percutaneously correct complex fractures and angular limb deformities in
his patients.