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Orthopedic Team

Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™

Excellence in the Treatment of Orthopedic Diseases, Trauma and Joint Replacement Surgeries

Our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively to develop individualized treatment plans for each patient, whether you require specialized reconstructive surgery to repair a joint damaged in a motor vehicle accident, or splinting, casting, or bracing to heal a broken wrist.

From stabilizing your injury, through treatment and rehabilitation, Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™ is here to help you every step of the way.

Our practice is blessed with orthopedic surgeons that are also adept at robotic arthroplasty of the hip and knee, as well as the non-operative treatment options for orthopedic conditions that are both effective and far less disruptive to your day-to-day life.

Orthopedic Specialists In

Fracture & Trauma Care

Dr. Meuret is a seasoned traumatologist and fracture surgeon, with extensive training in arthroplasty, joint revision, and deformity correction.

Joint Replacement

Robotic-arm assisted, non-muscle cutting hip and knee replacement surgery.

Sports Medicine

Dr. Vickaryous is one of the few orthopedic surgeons in the area that are subspecialty trained and board-certified in Sports Medicine.

Ronald V. Hudanich, DO

Hip and Knee Replacement Specialist
Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Ronald V. Hudanich, DO, is the founder of the Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™, dba Hudanich Orthopedics®.

Dr. Ronald Hudanich is an Orthopedic Reconstructive Specialist. He is consistently recognized and selected by his patients and peers as Top Doctor in the local communities as well as across the country.

Dr. Ronald Hudanich pioneered and specializes in minimally invasive, non-muscle cutting robotic-arm assisted Hip Replacement Direct Anterior Approach and Robotic Total Knee Replacement.

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Robert J. Meuret, MD, MPT

Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Fellowship-Trained in Trauma

Robert J. Meuret, MD, MPT, joined the Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™ in October 2021.

Dr. Meuret is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist, he specializes in the treatment of fractures and orthopedic trauma care.

Robert Meuret, MD, is an expert in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of patients with complex traumas, broken bones or fractures, as well as wounds and injuries sustained by traumatic orthopedic injuries as a result of a slip and fall, sports accident, motorcycle or bicycling accident, defective products injury, pedestrian accident or collision.

Brian K. Vickaryous, MD

Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Subspecialty trained and board-certified in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

Brian Vickaryous, MD, the joined Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™ in October 2021.

Dr. Vickaryous is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist, and has been practicing in a busy trauma and sports medicine clinic in Orlando for the last 13 years.

Dr. Brian Vickaryous has been a team physician for several local high school teams, as well as the Orlando Solar Bears Hockey team. Dr. Vickaryous has more experience with shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and lower limb surgery than other specialists in his area, pioneering many of the techniques that get patients back in the game sooner.

Brian K. Vickaryous, MD Board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon
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Patient Education


What is a traumatologist?

A traumatologist is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the treatment of both simple and complex fractures, as well as wounds and injuries caused by accidents or sudden violence. So, whether you fall and break your arm, or get into a car accident, we are here to help.

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine, Fracture Care, Traumatic Injuries

From ankle, hip, wrist and shoulder to knee or arm fractures, our highly experienced Orthopedic Traumatologists provide fracture care and treatment to patients in Central Florida. We offer 24×7 phone coverage, to all injured patients in need of immediate fracture or traumatic orthopedic care.

What is Osteoporosis? The term osteoporosis literally means porous bone.

Osteoporosis is a disease of progressive bone loss associated with an increased risk of fractures. The disease often develops unnoticed over many years, with no symptoms or discomfort until a fracture occurs. Why should You be Concerned? Often causes a loss of height and a severely rounded upper back. It is a major health problem, affecting more than 44 Million Americans and contributing to an estimated 2 Million bone fractures per year. This number of fractures may rise to over 3 million by the year 2025.