A graduate of the University of California at Berkley, Dr.
Motamedi received his medical degree from Tulane University Medical School in
New Orleans. Dr. Motamedi completed his orthopedic residency at the University
of New Mexico in Albuquerque before completing a sports medicine fellowship at
UCLA. Following an orthopedic surgery research preceptorship at Steadman Hawkins
in Vail Colorado, he completed a fellowship for the Association of
Osteosynthesis and Association for the Study of Internal Fixation at the
University of Vienna, Austria. Prior to his private practice position in Sugar
Land, he was an associate professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of
California in Los Angeles. He is board certified in orthopedic sports medicine
and orthopedic surgery.
In practice since 2000, Dr. Motamedi treats patients of all ages. His special interests include arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder. Drawing from his extensive clinical and research background, Dr. Motamedi gains great satisfaction from helping his patients resume their normal activities following an injury or illness. He is a former team physician for UCLA athletic department and now he helps several local high school football teams.
Dr. Motamedi is married and together, they have one son. When not caring for his patients, he enjoys photography, skiing, cycling and traveling.
My son, Wes broke his wrist about a month ago and we were referred to your
clinic in Katy, specifically Dr. Motamedi. We have never visited such a friendly
doctor's office (and with three children we have visited numerous clinics).
Everyone from the check-in/check-out clerk, the cast technician, to Dr. Motamedi
was smiling, enthusiastic, and friendly. Wes and I both left the clinic in a
good mood with smiles on our faces just from being around such nice people,
something quite rare when leaving the doctor with a child with a broken
We returned to the clinic last week and Wed had his cast removed
and his wrist x-rayed. Wes commented "Everyone seems to really enjoy their job
there. Even the x-ray guy was smiling and that has to be a pretty boring job!"
quite the comment for a normally disgruntled 15 year old teenager. Please inform
your staff in the clinic of their outstanding patient service!
Glynnis Elo Thurman
Wow, it's been 7 years
since you performed the ACL Allograft surgery on my knee. I do have to admit I
was skeptical however, I am playing soccer at full speed, I've ran 6k marathons
in 42 minutes, I'm a third degree black belt teaching in my own dojo...
(lashorei.org) and I owe it all to your ability.
I truly wish that you
remained in Los Angeles but nonetheless thank you. At least now I know where to
go if I need work done.
My right shoulder was in constant pain and I could not raise my arm above my
head without excruciating pain. Dr. Motamedi diagnosed me as having subacromial
bursitis / supraspinatus tendinitis. He gave me a corticosteroid injection in my
shoulder and I have returned to completely normal function without pain.
The staff at Richmond Bone & Joint Clinic was very friendly and helpful.
The office was very organized which made for a very smooth and efficient
Dr Motamedi had a great bedside manner and was very easy to talk
to. He explained possible diagnoses, discussed potential treatment options, and
what he would like me to do should I not improve. I did, however, improve very
quickly and have Dr Motamedi to thank!