Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery

Hours

Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.8 - (17 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

4.8 - (17 reviews)
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  • Rami Sater

    Dr. Anup is an excellent surgeon! Very professional and to the point. Incision sites not even visible and recovery as expected if not better.
    Oct 24th, 2023

  • Mya G

    My visit with Dr Pradhan was great! He has great bedside manner and was very thorough!
    Sep 26th, 2023

  • Sondra Turin

    I highly recommend Dr. Pradhan.
    Mar 7th, 2023

  • Rebecca Reed

    Anup Pradhan, M.D., repaired my left unstable shoulder. Hes professional with a direct comprehensive manner. His surgical skills are pieces of art. He shared photographs of the repair. I feel so confident under his skill set.
    Jan 20th, 2021

  • Naomi Masdon

    I had two orthopedic surgeries with Dr. Pradhan and honestly can say don't go to Dr. Pradhan, as you'll spend tons of money, will still be in pain and will be forever altered because of unnecessary surgery. The first surgery was obvious with a labral tear but I was in pain soon after. I'm an avid athlete and cycle a ton and could barely walk after 6 months of the first surgery. My PT (who Dr. Pradhan recommended) said it'd take time so kept doing my PT exercises but to no avail. About 14 months later, I came back to Dr. Pradhan telling him I've been in constant pain and could barely do a workout without pain. I could not lay out my side at that point. He ordered an MRI and found bursitis (which he got out the first time). He recommended surgery, which I agreed to. Note that he recommended surgery within 15 MINUTES of reviewing my results. The second surgery was for bursitis and to 'stretch out my IT band'. I've talked to multiple doctors about this and NOT ONE knew what that means or if it made sense. Second surgery comes and go and about 45 days, I'm in pain again. Legit pain....could barely walk after 2 or 3 miles, which is usually nothing for me. I go to him a little after covid (maybe 5 months after surgery) to give time to do all the things my PT told me to do. Dr. Pradhan was confused and didn't know why as to why I was still having pain. At this point, I knew I didn't want to do a third surgery. It's costly and inconvenient and absolutely has a long term impact in some way. I underwent another MRI (which costs thousands, by the way) and turns out, I have a ton of fluid in my hip area and a third round of bursitis. I decided to switch to another doctor at this point, who turns out to be much more conservative. He switches me to a new PT, who focuses more on hip strengthening exercises and spends a tremendous amount of time with me, changing up my exercises each time. After 5 weeks of these exercises, I am PAIN FREE and it had NOTHING to do with Dr. Pradhan. After two surgeries, I think I have a pretty valid experience with Dr. Pradhan. If you have obvious pain (like a tear), Dr. Pradhan can probably help. But, don't listen to his recommendations for PT. If you have chronic pain, don't go. Seriously. It's thousands and thousands of dollars and he won't know why you're in pain and will only recommend surgery. All I needed were hip strengthening exercises to make me feel better in a matter of weeks and I was NEVER told that. He's eager to put you under the knife and you'll still be in pain. Trust me. Go to a conservative doctor who actually wants to spend time and understand your pain and your goals and works to get you back. Dr. Pradhan, please work to understand your patient's goals and try to get them back to well being without surgery. Spend more time and don't recommend surgery after 15 minutes. It's costly for all of us, in more ways than just financial. Our bodies will never be the same after surgery. Update: Multiple people have reached out to me and asked the doctor I switched to. John Christoforetti MD is a godsend and has offices in Frisco and McKinney. He also has a PT in-house, who works miracles. That PT (name is Phil) was incredibly focused on me and changed up routines every week. The other PT, who Dr. Pradhan recommended, would just give the same exercises and walk away to work with other patients. If I had to do it all over again, I'd only see Dr. Christoforetti.
    Dec 19th, 2021

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Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery

Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery is located at 7777 Forest Ln ste C300G in Dallas, Texas 75230. Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery can be contacted via phone at 972-566-5564 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   972-566-5564

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery?

A The phone number for Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery is: 972-566-5564.


Q Where is Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery located?

A Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery is located at 7777 Forest Ln ste C300G, Dallas, TX 75230


Q What days are Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery open?

A Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery is open:
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Q How is Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery rated?

A Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery has a 4.8 Star Rating from 17 reviewers.

Hours

Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Anup Pradhan MD, Orthopaedic Surgery

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Rami Sater on Google

image Dr. Anup is an excellent surgeon! Very professional and to the point. Incision sites not even visible and recovery as expected if not better.


Mya G on Google

image My visit with Dr Pradhan was great! He has great bedside manner and was very thorough!


Sondra Turin on Google

image I highly recommend Dr. Pradhan.


Rebecca Reed on Google

image Anup Pradhan, M.D., repaired my left unstable shoulder. Hes professional with a direct comprehensive manner. His surgical skills are pieces of art. He shared photographs of the repair. I feel so confident under his skill set.


Naomi Masdon on Google

image I had two orthopedic surgeries with Dr. Pradhan and honestly can say don't go to Dr. Pradhan, as you'll spend tons of money, will still be in pain and will be forever altered because of unnecessary surgery.
The first surgery was obvious with a labral tear but I was in pain soon after. I'm an avid athlete and cycle a ton and could barely walk after 6 months of the first surgery. My PT (who Dr. Pradhan recommended) said it'd take time so kept doing my PT exercises but to no avail. About 14 months later, I came back to Dr. Pradhan telling him I've been in constant pain and could barely do a workout without pain. I could not lay out my side at that point. He ordered an MRI and found bursitis (which he got out the first time). He recommended surgery, which I agreed to. Note that he recommended surgery within 15 MINUTES of reviewing my results. The second surgery was for bursitis and to 'stretch out my IT band'. I've talked to multiple doctors about this and NOT ONE knew what that means or if it made sense. Second surgery comes and go and about 45 days, I'm in pain again. Legit pain....could barely walk after 2 or 3 miles, which is usually nothing for me. I go to him a little after covid (maybe 5 months after surgery) to give time to do all the things my PT told me to do. Dr. Pradhan was confused and didn't know why as to why I was still having pain. At this point, I knew I didn't want to do a third surgery. It's costly and inconvenient and absolutely has a long term impact in some way. I underwent another MRI (which costs thousands, by the way) and turns out, I have a ton of fluid in my hip area and a third round of bursitis. I decided to switch to another doctor at this point, who turns out to be much more conservative. He switches me to a new PT, who focuses more on hip strengthening exercises and spends a tremendous amount of time with me, changing up my exercises each time. After 5 weeks of these exercises, I am PAIN FREE and it had NOTHING to do with Dr. Pradhan.
After two surgeries, I think I have a pretty valid experience with Dr. Pradhan. If you have obvious pain (like a tear), Dr. Pradhan can probably help. But, don't listen to his recommendations for PT. If you have chronic pain, don't go. Seriously. It's thousands and thousands of dollars and he won't know why you're in pain and will only recommend surgery. All I needed were hip strengthening exercises to make me feel better in a matter of weeks and I was NEVER told that. He's eager to put you under the knife and you'll still be in pain. Trust me. Go to a conservative doctor who actually wants to spend time and understand your pain and your goals and works to get you back.
Dr. Pradhan, please work to understand your patient's goals and try to get them back to well being without surgery. Spend more time and don't recommend surgery after 15 minutes. It's costly for all of us, in more ways than just financial. Our bodies will never be the same after surgery.
Update: Multiple people have reached out to me and asked the doctor I switched to. John Christoforetti MD is a godsend and has offices in Frisco and McKinney. He also has a PT in-house, who works miracles. That PT (name is Phil) was incredibly focused on me and changed up routines every week. The other PT, who Dr. Pradhan recommended, would just give the same exercises and walk away to work with other patients. If I had to do it all over again, I'd only see Dr. Christoforetti.

Business Response on Google Jun 28th, 2022
Hi Naomi,Thank you for your review of your experience with our practice.We try very hard to make sure each patient is treated as a unique individual, and will generally only recommend surgery when it is the best option for helping a patient get better.Recovery from surgery varies from patient to patient, especially for high-demand athletes such as yourself. While we can’t comment on specifics of any patient’s care, It does sound like you’ve made a good recovery from surgery with 5 weeks of additional physical therapy, and we are thankful for that. We are glad to see you back on your bike and wish you all the best with your future athletic endeavors.

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