Dr. Ronak Patel and colleagues from the Cleveland Clinic publish their results on a novel technique to treat certain cases of patellar instability.
Dr. Ronak Patel and colleagues from the Cleveland Clinic publish their results on a novel technique to treat certain cases of patellar instability. The technique was devised by Dr. Jack Andrish, a respected expert in patellofemoral disorders and one of Dr. Patel's closest mentors.
We have developed and published a technique on patellar tendon reconstruction for a complete patellar tendon deficiency.
This is a devastating problem, but we have had great results with this technique!
Dr. Ronak Patel hosts a cartilage case discussion dinner for sports medicine specialists in the region.
Surgeons presented complex cartilage cases and discussed treatment strategies.
Dr. Patel lectures at 2019 FORE/AANA World Series of Live Surgery.
Dr. Ronak Patel was asked to speak on Complex Meniscus Repairs: Root, Radial and more at the Chicago 2019 FORE/AANA World Series of Live Surgery on September 14th, 2019.
Dr. Ronak Patel lectures fellows during the 3 day course at the Orthopaedic Learning Center.
Dr. Ronak Patel lectures fellows from all around the world on the keys to a successful MPFL reconstruction of the knee at the 11th Annual Wider Scope of Arthroscopy course. He was also asked to perform a live cadaveric demonstration of a complete MCL/POL reconstruction during the 3 day course at the Orthopaedic Learning Center.
Dr. Patel serves as faculty instructor for the AAOS Resident arthroscopy course at the Orthopaedic Learning Center.
Dr. Ronak Patel is an Instructor for the First In-Office Arthroscopy and Dynamic Imaging Course
Attendees learned about two separate diagnostic tools, Ultrasound and In-Office Arthroscopy, and were trained on techniques and indications.
Doctors from all over the U.S. attended to learn and test out techniques on cadavers.
Ask an expert: Is it possible to repair a torn minuscus?
It’s a pop heard around the world each and every day. A person is walking up stairs, enjoying
a hike or playing a game of pickup basketball when they feel something snap behind their
knee – the tell-tale sign of a torn meniscus.
Chicago Health magazine recently interviewed Dr. Patel about a cartilage restoration procedure he uses to help patients with knee pain get back to being active.
Dr. Ronak M. Patel Joins Hinsdale Orthopaedics
Dr. Patel is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine injuries for adolescents and adults. He offers a full range of care for disorders of the knee and shoulder as well as athletic injuries of the ankle and elbow.
With a special interest in complex knee disorders. Dr. Patel is among the few physicians in Chicago performing advanced cartilage restoration and joint preservation procedures of the knee. He treats ACL injuries, patellar dislocations, meniscus tears, multi-ligamentous knee injuries, and knee arthritis with minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques. He is extensively trained in arthroscopic management of shoulder problems, such as impingement, rotator cuff tears, and labral tears.
Dr. Patel practices evidence-based sports medicine and believes it is essential to know when ‘not to operate’. His goal is to preserve the native joint as long as possible and to that end, he uses cartilage restoration, osteotomies to reduce stress on the joint, platelet rich plasma (PRP) injection therapy and other orthobiologic techniques to promote tissue healing and joint longevity.
Dr. Patel trained at Northwestern University and completed his fellowship at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic, working with internationally known surgeons and building his expertise in the most innovative orthopaedic procedures.
Dr. Patel will be treating patients at our Hinsdale, Westmont, and Elmhurst locations. To make an appointment with Dr. Patel or for additional information, call .
AOSSM 2015 – Latarjet talk
Dr. Patel discussing the effects of bone loss associated with shoulder dislocations.
AOSSM Specialty Day at AAOS 2015
Dr. Patel presenting to an international audience at the Sports Medicine meeting at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting.