Dr. Tapadiya is a Board-Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic
Surgery. He is fellowship trained from Stanford University in joint replacement
and reconstructive surgery, and also performs arthroscopic surgery, fracture
fixation, and minimally-invasive approaches. Dr. Tapadiya is one of the
original members of the Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Program at Fountain
Valley Regional Hospital.
Dr. Tapadiya has been in private practice in Orange County since 1984,
and is committed to providing solid orthopedic care in a compassionate,
patient-centered manner. He is active in the community, having previously
served as team physician for the Kennedy High School football team. He
also previously served on the Orange County Medical Association Ethics
and Public Service committees. Dr. Tapadiya is a member of the American
Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, California Orthopedic Association, and
the Indian Medical Association of Southern California. He has previously
published in leading orthopedic journals such as Clinical Orthopedics
and Related Research, and is an avid innovator, holding multiple patents
pending on orthopedic devices.
Dr. Tapadiya completed his general surgery residency at Booth Memorial
Hospital in New York, followed by Orthopedic Surgery Residency at the
State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. He then went on
to complete his fellowship in arthritis surgery and joint replacement
at Stanford University.
Dr. Tapadiya's staff can accomodate Spanish speaking patients and their families.