Why Choose Raymond J. DeLorenzi, MD, FAAOS
The goal of my practice is to carefully listen to and evaluate my patients. I then prescribe a treatment protocol that will alleviate pain or eliminate a functional disability that interferes with my patients' daily living. Through my medical and surgical care, I hope to assist my patients to return to an active lifestyle. I offer a conservative approach based upon a careful assessment of patients' histories and physicals. I utilize the most modern testing and surgical interventions available.
I keep well informed of the current trends in medicine and orthopaedic surgery and have accumulated over 1000 hours of continuing medical education. Not only do I have a strong background in Trauma and fracture care(former assistant professor/University of Miami & Indiana University at Indianapolis) as well as sports medicine related care (former IU Director of Sports Medicine Div), but I also earned a Hand Microsurgery certificate from the University of Miami while completing my residency. I have served two consecutive term as Chairman of Holmes Regional Medical Center's Orthopaedic Surgery Department, and have been an adjunct clinical professor with University of Florida (Jacksonville) trauma service at HRMC.
PROUDLY CELEBRATING THIRD ABOS RE-CERTIFICATION (2012-2022)
20+ years as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award Winner
Patients’ Choice Award, 2011
Top Orthopedist Award, 2011
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, 2011
MAKOplasty Certification, robotic joint surgery