Elly Laroque, MD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Stanford UniversityBS06/1996Biology
    UC Irvine College of MedicineMD06/2001
    Stanford University Hospital07/2006Residency in Orthopedic Surgery
    Stanford University Hospital/SOAR07/2007Fellowship in Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy Surgery

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    Dr. Elly LaRoque is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, who specializes in arthroscopy, rehabilitation of the knee and shoulder, sports injuries in all age groups and all levels – from recreational to elite athletes.

    Most recently, Dr. LaRoque has practiced at Golden Gate Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. LaRoque also serves as team physician at the Academy of Art University.

    Dr. LaRoque’s clinical research interests include the study of gender differences in the patellofemoral joint before and after lateral retinacular release; testing cadaver knees on a custom loading jig and measured joint reactive forces, contact pressures, and contact areas; and performing geometric analysis of the patellofemoral joint using MRI.

    Dr. Elly LaRoque completed her bachelor’s degree in biology from Stanford University. She continued her medical education training at the University of California, Irvine, at which she received her M.D. degree. She next completed a General Surgery internship and her residency at Stanford University Hospital. Dr. LaRoque then completed her fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopy with the Stanford University Medical School and Sports Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Medicine Associates (SOAR).

    Dr. LaRoque runs clinics at UCSF in downtown San Francisco.

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    1. LaRoque ES, Murray WM, Langley S, Hariri S, Levine BP, Ladd AL. Muscle moment arms in the first dorsal extensor compartment after radial malunion. A cadaver study. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2008 Sep; 90(9):1979-87. PMID: 18762659.
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