“By using all the tools and most up-to-date technology available, I believe that I can ensure an optimal outcome.”
Dr. Rajeev Garapati, MD, is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in treating broken bones and other traumatic musculoskeletal injuries, including fractures that haven’t healed properly. In addition, he provides care for foot and ankle conditions.
Dr. Garapati offers patients advanced treatment options, including minimally invasive fracture fixation, ankle arthroscopy and the use of biologic and molecular therapies to enhance bone healing.
Dr. Garapati emphasizes involving patients in their care by educating them about their condition and treatment options. His goal is to restore them to the level of function and activity they had before developing their medical problem.
Dr. Garapati comes from a family of physicians, including his father, an anesthesiologist, and aunts and uncles. Seeing the satisfaction they took from working with patients and making them better led Dr. Garapati to follow them into medicine.
He is the orthopaedic trauma director at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville and Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital in Chicago. Dr. Garapati also is an assistant clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
He is an avid runner, which gives him an added appreciation of the importance of healthy feet and ankles and helps fuel his determination to improve his patients’ conditions.
Conditions & Procedures
I was impressed about the Doctor's diagnosis and treatment plan
We were very impressed by the care received by Dr. Garapati. I would recommend him to others.
love the doctors
I loved the professionalism of *Doct. Garapati, I already recommended to other people, I would love to give him more than 5!!
Dr. Garapati is outstanding.
Dr. Garapati was very understanding, compassionate. He took the time to address my concerns and questions and go through my situation with me.
The doctor was really slammed with appointments and my interaction with the doctor was very brief but he was very concise and explained what was wrong and answered my questions.
I'm far away so I probably won't refer to Dr Garapali
I was given very little direction in managing the pain medication prescribed for the pain after the surgery either prior to or directly after. I was in a great deal of pain the night following the surgery until I was able to contact the Dr.s office the next morning, it was then I was directed how to take the prescription and the OTC pain meds. There was also no advanced notice to schedule PT appointments for after the cast was removed. Because of this lack of information, my appointments for PT was haphazard for times and PT therapists.
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