Mukund Komanduri, MD, FAAOS, CIME

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Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon

  • Sports Medicine
  • Joint Replacement
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Cartilage transplantation

Dr. Komanduri is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has been serving Will County and the Joliet area since 1994. He has served as team physician for Romeoville High school, Joliet Junior College, Minooka High School, The University of St. Francis and Joliet Catholic Academy. Dr. Komanduri is the current team physician for Providence Catholic High School (since 1995) and Plainfield Central High School (since 2013). With the help of athletic trainers and directors at Providence Catholic High School, Dr. Komanduri implemented the first standardized concussion identification and treatment program in Will County.

Academic History

Residency, The University of Chicago Medical Center – Orthopedic Surgery 1990-1994.
Internship, The University of Chicago Medical Center – General Surgery 1989-1990.
Medical School, The University of Miami Medical Center, University of Miami School of Medicine, M.D. 1985-1989
Undergraduate, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. B.S. – Double Major in Biology/English, Summa Cum Laude. 1983-1985

Appointments

Chairman of Orthopedics: 2004-2007
PSJMC Orthopedic Committee: 1994 to present
PSJMC Quality Committee: 2006-2007

Chairman of Operating Room Efficincies & Cost Reduction: 2010-present

Current Concepts in Joint Replacement.

Genzyme ACCI Training. Sports and Joints.
Smith and Nephew Minimal Incision Knee Replacement.
Smith and Nephew Birmingham Hip resurfacing.
Smith and Nephew Bicompartmental Kness Replacement.
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners in 1998. Re-certification in 2006
Diplomate of the American Board or Orthopedic Surgery (Board Certified)

Awards/Honors

Henry King Stanford Scholarship.
Honors Program in Medical Education – 6 year B.S./M.D. Program.
Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society.
National Merit Scholarship Finalist.
Howard Hatcher Research Award in Orthopedic Surgery.
American Association of Trauma Research Award.
Smith and Nephew Richards Resident Research Award.
Five-Star Rated Physician for Joint Replacement – Health Grades / Provena St. Joseph Medical Center

Inducted into Providence Catholic Hall of Fame for 17 years of service: April 2014

Recipient of The Pandola-Lewis Award: June 2014

Professional Society Memberships

Fellow of American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. Diplomate, National Boards in Medical Education. Will-Grundy County Medical Society. American Medical Association

Research

“Tensile Strengths of Flexor Tendon Repairs in a Dynamic Cadaver Model”, published in Americal Journal of Hand Surgery. Presented at American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons – Orlando, Florida. Presented at Smith and Nephew Richards Orthopedic Residents Conference – Memphis, Tennessee. Presented at American Society for Surgery of the Hand – Kansas City, Missouri. Presented at American Association of Hands Surgery – Cancun, Mexico. “Distal Radial-Ulnar Joint: Injury and Treatment” – University of Chicago Hand Conference. “Deep Vein Thrombosis: A Review of the Literature” – University of Chicago Trauma Conference. “Compartment Syndromes: PAthology and Treatment” – University of Chicago. “Forearm Anatomy and Operative Approaches” – University of Chicago Anatomy Basic Science Course. “Tensile Strengths of Flexor Tendon Repairs in a Dynamic Cadaver Model”, University of Chicago, Grand Rounds. Healthsource Case Manager Conference. Sofeco Adjustor Conference. Fremont Adjuster Conference. WCS Nurse Case Manager CEU Course “Articular Cartilage Restoration”. WCS Nurse Case Manager CEU Course “Shoulder Instability”.