Dr. John Andrachuk, MD

Atlanta Orthopedic Surgeon & Sports Medicine

Dr. John Andrachuk’s practice includes patients of all ages and activity levels. He has treated professional athletes and weekend warriors. Treatment goals are tailored to individual patients with a focus on returning them to their previous level of activity and competition.

Dr. Andrachuk was listed in Atlanta Magazine as one of the top doctors for 2022 in the Sports Medicine category, and was also nominated as the Georgia representative to the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Council of Delegates.

Alternative Therapies

There exists extensive research showing the benefits of PRP injection for the treatment of tendinitis and sprains and potentially for symptomatic relief in arthritis.

Contact Dr. Andrachuk

Contact Dr. John Andrachuk today for some free information about your comprehensive specialized medical options.

Dr. John Andrachuk is a Fellowship-trained Board Certified Orthopedic Sports Medicine Specialist in the Atlanta, GA area at the Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Institute. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the prestigious Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan in addition to tumor training at Memorial Sloan Kettering, pediatric orthopedics at Boston Children’s Hospital and trauma at the Shock trauma clinic in Baltimore. Following residency, he completed fellowship training with world-renowned sports surgeon Dr. James Andrews.

Atlanta Orthopedic Specialists with Expertise in:

Hip

The hip is a ball and socket joint that consist of the round femoral head sitting in the acetabulum of the pelvis. The socket is deepened by a rim of tissue called the labrum.

Knee

The knee is a hinge joint comprising articulations between the femur, tibia, and patella (knee cap). Ligaments in the knee such as the ACL, PCL, MCL and LCL help to stabilize the knee in all planes of motion.

Shoulder

The shoulder is similar to the hip in that it is also a ball and socket joint. The humeral head comprises the ball and the glenoid, part of the shoulder blade, makes up the socket.

Hand and Elbow

Injuries to the hand and elbow are common in the athlete and in the workplace. They can range from bicep tendon tears during a work out to overuse injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome.

About Dr. Andrachuk

Dr. John Andrachuk stays at the cutting edge of orthopedics, utilizing the latest arthroscopic and minimally invasive techniques to help minimize pain and recovery time. He has published numerous studies related to sports medicine and surgical treatment of sports injuries and currently serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Knee Surgery and Orthopedics. He has served as team physician for Auburn University, Tuskegee University, the Birmingham Ballet, Birmingham Barons, and currently serves as team physician for local high schools and Georgia State University.

Testimonials

“Dr. Andrachuk did 2 arthroscopic bursectomies, right and left. He has an excellent bedside manner, clearly explains everything and partners with his patients to give them back their quality of life.”

Kathleen A- Ellijay, GA

Dr Andrachuk is a great doctor he has gave me two knee surgery. I am very thankful to have him do my surgeries. He was very helpful in me understanding what it was he was doing to me. He is very caring to his patients. If I ever need anymore surgeries I would go back to him. I recommend that my family go to him. We love you Dr Andrachuk!

Mary S- Ellenwood, GA

“Dr. Andrachuk is by far the best doctor of any kind I’ve ever known. Having lower back pain, even after a fusion, for over 20 YEARS, Dr. A made my pain mainly go away with a hip scope! That was 1 and 1/2 yrs ago. Very smart, very caring
professional and he thinks out of the box for solutions for his patients . He’s the only doctor I’ve found who does hip scopes! And his office offers wonderfully friendly service. His nurse is the best! “

Beth S- Atlanta

Latest Orthopedic Articles & Research from Dr. Andrachuck:

ACL tear

Misconceptions About ACL Tears

Sports tend to come with a high risk of injury. ACL tears are prevalent with athletes, particularly in football players. While this type of injury is common in football, it can happen in just about any sport. ACL or Anterior Cruciate Ligament is a band of tissue found...
stretching at home

How to Stay Limber at Home and Avoid Injury

Staying limber is a great way to help you avoid injury. With the way this year has been, it is a good idea to learn how to stay limber at home.  Plenty of stretching exercises can easily be done at home or anywhere you are. With the right stretching, you can increase...
Mountain Climber Exercise

The Best Cardio Training for Joint Pain

Just because you suffer from joint pain does not mean you cannot exercise. It might make some moves harder, but you can still reach your fitness goals, even if you struggle with joint paint.  Whether you have bad knees, a bad back, or even bad...
carpal tunnel

How to care for carpal tunnel syndrome?

In our tech-saturated age, in which so many of us spend increasing amounts of time hunched over computers and smartphones, we may face growing concerns about the unintended consequences of our sedentary behaviors on our body and movement. One of the most common fears...
rotator cuff tears

What to expect with rotator cuff surgery

Rotator cuff surgery can be a daunting procedure to prepare yourself for. Will it hurt? What does the process involve? How can you mentally and physically prepare yourself for the procedure? It is natural to have questions about what to expect and if the process will...

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