Prem N Ramkumar MD, MBA

About Prem N Ramkumar MD, MBA

Dr. Prem N. Ramkumar, MD, MBA, is a dual fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon with focused expertise in hip and knee conditions, from Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy to Joint Replacement/Adult Reconstruction. Dr. Ramkumar treats patients at Long Beach Lakewood Orthopedic Institute serving Orange County, Los Angeles, Long Beach and surrounding Southern California areas. He received his medical education and surgical training at Cleveland Clinic, Harvard/Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Hospital for Special Surgery – the #1 ranked orthopaedic hospital in the country. He was privileged to serve as Assistant Team Physician to the NBA's Brooklyn Nets and MLS' Red Bulls during his time at Hospital for Special Surgery. With over 124 peer-reviewed publications, 11 textbook chapters, published 10 articles in Forbes (among other circulations), Dr. Ramkumar lectures nationally and internationally.

Dr. Ramkumar Provided Team Physician Coverage for Long Beach State University at the Track & Field Pacific Coast Invitational

Dr. Ramkumar Provided Team Physician Coverage for Long Beach State University at the Track & Field Pacific Coast Invitational

Association Between Preoperative Mental Health and Clinically Meaningful Outcomes After Osteochondral Allograft for Cartilage Defects of the Knee: A Machine Learning Analysis

Association Between Preoperative Mental Health and Clinically Meaningful Outcomes After Osteochondral Allograft for Cartilage Defects of the Knee: A Machine Learning Analysis

Dr. Prem Ramkumar of Long Beach Lakewood Orthopedic Institute is Youngest Surgeon to Be Named Amongst the Top 1% of Hip & Knee Researcher

Dr. Prem Ramkumar of Long Beach Lakewood Orthopedic Institute is Youngest Surgeon to Be Named Amongst the Top 1% of Hip & Knee Researcher

Modern Hip Arthroscopy for FAIS May Delay the Natural History of Osteoarthritis in 25% of Patients: A 12-Year Follow-up Analysis

Modern Hip Arthroscopy for FAIS May Delay the Natural History of Osteoarthritis in 25% of Patients: A 12-Year Follow-up Analysis
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