Matthew C. Futvoye, MD

Total Joint & Adult Reconstruction
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Dr. Futvoye is native of Jackson and holds professional degrees in both physical therapy and medicine. After graduating from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Dr. Futvoye completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Futvoye then went on to complete a fellowship in joint replacement and adult reconstruction at Vanderbilt University, as well as at the Southern Joint Replacement Institute in Nashville. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Dr. Futvoye specializes in total joint and adult reconstruction of the hip and knee, and is also known for the emphasis he puts on immediacy of patient treatment, while also advocating for patient input in their own treatment plans. Dr. Futvoye believes that when a patient is in pain, timely access to quality care is extremely important and his unique experience and training in both physical therapy and medicine makes him highly sought after and respected in the orthopedic community. When not at Capital Ortho, he enjoys hunting and fishing, as well as hanging out with his wife and four children.


  • Adult Reconstructive Fellowship – Southern Joint Replacement Institute and Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, August 2011 – July 2012
  • Orthopedic Surgery Residency-University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, July 2007-June 2011
  • Internship-University of Mississippi Medical Center,
    Jackson, MS – July 2006 – July 2007
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson,
    Ms-Doctorate of Medicine May 2006
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS-B.S.
    In Physical Therapy, May 1997
  • Mississippi, Oxford MS-B.S. In exercise Science, May 1995


  • Citizenship Award 2011
  • Gold Humanism Award
  • Donald T. Imrie
  • National Orthopedic Leadership Conference Representative
  • Dean’s List, University of Mississippi

Work experience

  • Staff Physical Therapist, Rehab Associates Montgomery, AL, 1997-1998
  • Director Inpatient Services, Rehab Associates Rome, GA, 1998-1999
  • Staff Physical Therapist, MS Physical Therapy Jackson, MS 1999-2001
  • Sales Representative, Depuy Orthopedics, Jackson, MS 2001-2002

Presentations and research

  • Chief lecture: Orthopaedics and the Law , Orthopaedic Grand Rounds May 2011
  • Lecture: Total Hip Arthroplasty and Rehab Implications , Physical Therapy Department April, 2011
  • Lecture: The Valgus Knee , City Wide Joints Meeting, April 2010
  • Lecture: Biomaterials in Joint Arthroplasty , City Wide Joints Meeting, Sept. 2010
  • Research: Femoral Neck Fracture Reduction: Is Our Interpretation of Flouroscopy Accurate? , Graves ML, Futvoye MC,
    O’Toole R, Nascone J, Barei D, Taitsman L, Russell GV
  • Research: Tranexamic Acid For Primary Hip Arthroplasty , Futvoye MC, Rodrick JT, Morrison JC, Christie MJ, Deboer DK


  • Ao basic fracture course: July 19-22, 2006, Chicago Illinois
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support Course Sept9-10, 2006, Jackson MS
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America- Resident course January24-28, Chicago Illinois
  • Enneking Musculoskeletal Tumor Course April 2009, Gainesville, Florida
  • Ao fellowship Chur, Switzerland June-July 2009
  • CCJR: Current concepts in Joint Replacement December 2010, Orlando FL
  • ICJR: Fellows Course Jan 2011, & 2012 Vail, Colorado
  • AAOS 2011 Academy Meeting February 2011, San Diego, CA
  • AAHKS 2011, Dallas, TX
  • Mid America Orthopaedic Association Spring 2012, Bonita springs, FL
  • Mississippi orthopaedic society, May 2012