Paul Kiritsis MD


Education

Undergraduate Degree

University of Richmond

 

Medical School

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA

 

Residency

Medical College of Virginia

 

Board Certified by American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Sports Medicine Sub Specialty Certification

Gender

Languages

English

Specialties

  • Sports Medicine
  • Orthopedic Surgery

Biography

Dr. Paul G. Kiritsis specializes in knee and shoulder surgery, and sports medicine. He attended the University of Richmond before pursuing a medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va. He went on to attend the Medical College of Virginia for his internship and residency. Dr. Kiritsis holds board certifications from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and American College of Sports Medicine.

Dr. Kiritsis is one of few orthopedic surgeons in the Richmond area to hold a second subspecialty board certification in sports medicine. This certification is a testament to his tireless pursuit of excellence in the fields of sports medicine and knee and shoulder surgery.

Dr. Kiritsis is an assistant clinical professor at MCV in shoulder surgery, and on a monthly basis teaches the MCV residents arthroscopic and open shoulder surgery. He was one of a small group of surgeons, including physicians from the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins, to be a part of the initial evaluation team for the Biomet Comprehensive Shoulder Arthroplasty System. In addition, Dr. Kiritsis is a consultant for Depuy Mitek and is also the national orthopedic consultant for the I-Flow Corporation.

Dr. Kiritsis has traveled across the country teaching other orthopaedic surgeons cutting-edge open and arthroscopic techniques for the knee and shoulder. To stay active in the community, he has served as the team physician for a number of athletic teams on the professional, collegiate, and high school levels. He currently is the regional team physician for the Professional Bull Riders Association, the medical director for the Richmond Indoor Sports Experience (RISE), and the co-team physician for the University of Richmond basketball team.

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