Robert Tuten, MD

Robert Tuten, MD

Tuckahoe Orthopaedics

1501 Maple Avenue
Suite 200
Richmond, VA 23226
Phone: 804-285-2300
Maps and Directions

8266 Atlee Road
MOB II, Suite 125
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
Phone: 804-285-2300
Maps and Directions

Hospital Affiliations

St. Mary's Hospital



Orthopaedic Surgery

Certified American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Pediatric Specialist

Pediatric Orthopaedics


Orthopaedic Surgery

Education and Training

Medical School

Medical College of Virginia


Medical College of Virginia


Alfred I. duPont Institute

Languages Spoken



Dr. H. Robert Tuten specializes in treatment of injuries, diseases and conditions of the musculoskeletal system with orthopaedic care for children and is a member of the Pediatric Team at Tuckahoe Orthopaedics. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia, where he also served his internship and residency. Dr. Tuten was awarded a pediatric orthopaedic surgery fellowship at the world-renowned A.I. duPont Institute Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del.

Dr. Tuten devotes his practice entirely to children, ranging from newborns to 21 years. When surgery is required, he offers expertise in the most up-to-date surgical procedures. Dr. Tuten is recognized as one of the top scoliosis surgeons in the country, performing more than 60 scoliosis surgeries each year. He is also the most experienced surgeon in Virginia at treating knee injuries in children with open growth plates. Dr. Tuten performs many other specialized surgeries, including VEPTR (vertical expandable prosthetic titanium rib devices) procedures on patients with thoracic insufficiency. However, Dr. Tuten is judicious when it comes to surgical procedures and many of his patients benefit from conservative treatments and less invasive surgeries.

Dr. Tuten holds the honor of being named one of Richmond magazine’s “Top Docs” numerous years. His ongoing, in-depth orthopaedic research has resulted in numerous landmark improvements in scoliosis surgery. Most recently, he worked with a team to develop Kryptonite, a breakthrough bone adhesive that allows bone growth and provides stability. Dr. Tuten has been involved with World Pediatric Project for many years by volunteering his time to lead international surgical missions to the Eastern Caribbean. World Pediatric treats children suffering from birth defects, illness and injury. Many of these conditions may be easily treated in the U.S., but can be life-threatening in developing countries due to the lack of medical care.

Keywords: Broken arm, broken wrist, broken elbow, broken ankle, broken foot, broken hp, Perthes disease, bowlegs, Blount's disease, knock knees, genu valgum, limp, limping, dislocated knee cap, discoid meniscus, club foot, foot deformity, birth defect, dislocated hip, hip dysplasia, hip click, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, hip pain, leg length, difference/inequality, tarsal coalition, ankle pain, foot pain, ankle sprain, scoliosis, spine, deformity, back deformity, hunchback, kyphosis, gibbous, rib hump, Scheuermann's kyphosis, hump, back, spondylolysis, back pain, knee pain, torn ACL, torn meniscus, patella malt racking, torn ligament, knee instability, knee dislocation, patella dislocation, brittle bones, growing pains, curly toes

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