Grant W. Robicheaux, M.D. has performed over 6 procedures at one of the
HOI facilities during 2015.
Dr. Robicheaux is a board eligible Orthopaedic Surgeon per the American
Board of Orthopaedic Surgery with advanced additional subspecialty training
in treating the upper extremity. His emphasis is on bone and soft tissue
traumatic and sports related injuries as well as those due to overuse,
arthritis and aging. His expertise also extends to athletic and overuse
injuries about the lower extremity, as well as joint replacement. By utilizing
all non-operative and alternative therapies complimented with minimally
invasive and microsurgical techniques Dr. Robicheaux strives to provide
a holistic patient specific approach to efficiently improve his patients
quality of life.
First attending medical school in New Orleans the soon to be Dr. Robicheaux
converted his southern gentlemanly upbringing naturally into a comfortable
caring bedside manner. On the way to graduating at the top of his medical
school class, he was the school’s Vice-President and the Surgical
Society President, along while accumulating numerous awards and scholarships.
This allowed him to train at his top choice of Orthopaedic Surgical Residencies,
the University of California Irvine, where he excelled in all aspects
of Orthopaedic Surgery becoming a Chief Resident.
Upon completion of residency, Dr. Robicheaux was offered an elective year
of specialized training in arthroscopy (minimally invasive camera assisted
surgery), arthroplasty (joint replacement), complex fracture care, sports
injuries and micro-surgical reconstructive techniques at the prestigious
NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases where he has named the Administrative Fellow.
Through out his career Dr. Robicheaux has had several publications, given
numerous talks and received multiple awards all while staying involved
in resident education and training as well as his professional and local
communities. He is currently affiliated with the American Association
of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Society for Surgery of the Hand and
the California Orthopaedic Association.
Dr. Robicheaux as well has pursued his passion for international medical
volunteerism by founding “Giving In Good Hands Ortho.” This
non-profit organization’s mission is that of not only providing
medical care to underserved regions, but focuses on teaching those in
such regions how to continually provide such care for themselves.
Residing in Orange County, when not caring for his patients or volunteering
locally and abroad, Grant enjoys cooking, surfing, tennis, fishing, hiking
and mountain biking. He appreciates a healthy active lifestyle and understands
the importance of quickly getting his patients back to theirs by combining
all necessary treatment modalities.