I became an orthopaedic surgeon because...
I wanted to meld my interest in physics with my desire to fix things and to help patients.
What is the most rewarding part of being an orthopaedic surgeon?
The most rewarding part of being an orthopaedic surgeon is seeing my patients walk into the office unassisted – returned to full mobility and function.
What do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time, I enjoy exercising and watching my children participate in soccer and dance.
Ortho-pinions by Dr. Gregory Caronis
- It’s Not “Just a Sprain”
- Summer Fun for Everyone – Staying Active as You Age
- Avoid overuse injuries this summer
- Orthopaedic Surgeon Offers Recommendations for Safe Pediatric Fun
- The Aching Hand that Rocks the Cradle
- Running Into a Healthy New Year – Safely Increasing Running Mileage
- My Aching Legs and Feet – Tapering Down for the Race
- Running a marathon? Find the right shoe