Dr. Brad Picha

Brad M. Picha, M.D.


Fellowship-Trained Orthopaedic Surgeon

Board-Certified Since 2014

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Dr. Brad Picha

Specialties

Spine
General Orthopaedics

Expertise

General Orthopaedics
Adult and Pediatric Spine Surgery
Treatment of Degenerative and Traumatic Spine Conditions
Adult General Orthopaedics

Locations

Independence II
Warren

Board Certifications

Board-certified physicians have met additional requirements for certification from a recognized medical board.

  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Surgery of the Spine

Fellowship

Fellowship-trained surgeons have achieved the highest level of training in their specialty.

OrthoIndy, Adult and Pediatric Spine Surgery

Residency

Wright State University Department of Medicine

Medical School

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Physician Associations

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery

Publications

Picha BM, Konstantakos EK, Gordon DA. Incidence of bilateral scapholunate dissociation in symptomatic and asymptomatic wrists. J Hand Surg AM.  2012 Jun;37(6): 1130-5.

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About +
Dr. Brad Picha

Specialties

Spine
General Orthopaedics

Expertise

General Orthopaedics
Adult and Pediatric Spine Surgery
Treatment of Degenerative and Traumatic Spine Conditions
Adult General Orthopaedics

Locations

Independence II
Warren
Credentials +

Board Certifications

Board-certified physicians have met additional requirements for certification from a recognized medical board.

  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Surgery of the Spine

Fellowship

Fellowship-trained surgeons have achieved the highest level of training in their specialty.

OrthoIndy, Adult and Pediatric Spine Surgery

Residency

Wright State University Department of Medicine

Medical School

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Physician Associations

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery

Publications

Picha BM, Konstantakos EK, Gordon DA. Incidence of bilateral scapholunate dissociation in symptomatic and asymptomatic wrists. J Hand Surg AM.  2012 Jun;37(6): 1130-5.

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