Jaicharan Iyengar, MD is a nationally-recognized specialist in orthopaedic surgery with focus on treatment of the shoulder and elbow. He is the founder of the Stockton Shoulder Institute at Alpine Orthopaedics. He has served as the Head Team Physician to the Stockton Ports baseball team (Oakland A’s Class-A Affiliate) and the University of Pacific Tigers Division I collegiate athletics since 2013. He was recognized as a “Top Doctor” in California by the International Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He also has earned a “Five-Star” honor rating by HealthGrades.com for his excellence in clinical care.
“I always strive to provide compassionate care to my patients and try to understand the impact their orthopaedic injury has had on their overall health. I have a strong respect for the body’s ability to heal itself and consider surgery the last resort. When necessary, I utilize the latest minimally-invasive surgical techniques to allow my patients a faster recovery and quicker return to the activities they enjoy.”
“I am a strong believer that there is no such thing as a stupid question when it comes to your health. If there are any aspects of your diagnosis you do not fully understand, please ask! I am 100% committed to taking the time to discuss your treatment plan with you.”
“The Stockton Shoulder Institute at Alpine Orthopaedics prides itself or delivering personalized and state-of-the-art care for your shoulder/elbow condition. What sets us apart is not only excellent surgical care, but also our total commitment to help you through the entire process of surgery and recovery.”
What Our Patients Say
Dr. Iyengar is the best! From day 1 he showed compassion, answered all my questions I had about my injury. He simplified his explanations so that I understood them which was a huge relief to me. Every visit just his greeting alone would ease my tension. We would address any concerns I had or he had and we would get them resolved. My surgery was a success and I have been on track with my healing. His professionalism is outstanding. The staff at Alpine Orthopedic was superb.
First of all, I have never had surgery and told Dr. Iyengar that. He was so pleasant and assured me that everything was going to be alright. Well, he was right, what an amazing doctor. From the beginning to the end, I felt so comfortable with the doctor and his staff. The surgery went very well. I love Dr. Iyengar because he takes his time with you and is caring enough to answer all of your questions and you can feel that he truly cares about what you have to say. I would 110% recommend him to all of my family and friends in need of an Orthopedic Surgeon. Thank you.
Dr. Iyengar is an excellent and amazing doctor. He is knowledgeable, professional, personable, friendly, caring, and easy to understand regarding medical references and terminology. My surgical shoulder repair experience far exceeded my expectations. He is completely thorough with explaining how everything works, will be repaired and follow-up post op as well. You couldn't ask for a better doctor or human being! I highly recommend him and Alpine Orthopedics!!
My husband & I were so impressed with Dr. Iyengar. He was patient & caring & explained the procedure to us and readily answered any questions we had, before shoulder surgery & after. He is truly a credit to his profession & to Alpine Orthopedic. I would recommend him to anyone who is planning on shoulder surgery. He is the Best!!!!
This is my orthopedic surgeon. I had reverse total shoulder replacement 8 weeks out from surgery have at least 90% of Mobility back. pain was minimal got off pain medication right away. Doing strength training and physical therapy looking forward to having the other shoulder fixed total replacement in January or February of next year sorry I waited so long to have this done that is my only regret. Dr. Iyengar his staff is wonderful the office is very helpful .
I fully tore my ACL on the proximal end and Dr. Iyengar repaired it using a cutting edge internal brace procedure. I could not be happier. I still have my own ACL, reattached, my proprioception feels exactly as it did before the surgery, and best of all, I was back to work as a firefighter 23 weeks after I tore it (20 weeks post op). Torn September 16, back to work February 25--that's just over 4 months. A Kaiser surgeon told me I would be out for a year before I heard about Dr. Iyengar.