Michele T. Glasgow, M.D., F.A.A.O.S.

Dr. Glasgow is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. Upon completion of her residency training at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, she went on to complete a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, she completed a shoulder fellowship under the direction of Dr. Louis Bigliani at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. Dr. Glasgow is Board Certified and a fellow of the A.A.O.S. Dr. Glasgow continues to expand her clinical knowledge and skills through continuing education at some of the finest medical facilities in the country, including the Mayo Clinic, and is the author of numerous professional papers.

On Medicine . . .

Medicine is endlessly fascinating to me. I believe that it’s the hallmark of a dedicated physician to pursue learning at every possible opportunity. There have been spectacular advances in all of the orthopaedic sub-specialties, and when I return from a continuing education program, I always bring back information that will improve my patients quality of life. This is what drives my desire to learn.

On Practicing at MOI . . .

I enjoy collaborating with people whose opinions I value, both medically and personally. The physicians and staff at MOI care about the same things I do. We share a holistic approach to the patient, a desire to treat the entire patient, not just a disease or an injury. I know that spending time with my patients and getting to know them better makes me a better doctor. I care about my patients’ lives outside this office. Thats something everyone at MOI has in common.

When I’m not Practicing Medicine . . .

My family comes first. My husband works here at MOI, so he understands the demands on my time. We live in this community and are proud to be raising our family in such a wonderful, wholesome place. I cant imagine raising my kids anywhere else.