About Dr. Elliot Gross
Welcome to the office of Dr. Gross, Culver City’s most trusted Orthopedic Surgeon! Dr. Gross provides the best state of the art quality VIP orthopedic care available. His philosophy of treating patients is conservative avoiding surgery if possible. He provides the least invasive therapy that will resolve or improve his patient's problems. Dr. Gross believes that making the correct diagnosis is essential and then educating the patient and their family members on all treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical. In surgery, Dr. Gross uses the most advanced techniques, technologies and materials available, with the ultimate goal of reduced hospitalization and rapid recovery. Contact Dr. Gross to relieve your pain and get back to your life! Dr Gross will treat your hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, wrist, hand, back and neck problems and injuries with the most minimally invasive procedures available. Book your next appointment with Dr. Gross today!
- American Republic Insurance Company
- Orthopedic Surgeon
- Brotman Medical Center
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Education and training
- Medical School - State University of New York, Buffalo, Doctor of Medicine
- E. J. Meyer Memorial Hospital, Fellowship in Rehabilitation Medicine
- Nassau County Medical Center, Residency in Orthopedic Surgery
- American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
- Western Orthopaedic Association
- California Orthopaedic Association
Awards and publications
- Gettler Research Award
- Nitrogen Free Radical Genetics- J.A.C.S., December, 1968
- •Luxatio Erecta with ruptured axillary artery- case report.
Dr. Elliot Gross's office location
Elliot Gross, M.D.
3831 Hughes Ave., Suite 509
Culver City, CA 90232
Patient reviews for Dr. Elliot Gross
I waited over an hour to see the doctor in a waiting room full of people. Turns out this is the norm because Dr. Gross accepts workers comp so please be aware.
Don’t waste your time 1. Waited 1.5hrs PAST my appointment time to be seen. 2. Dr. Gross picked up a phone call WHILE seeing me 3. Operations in this office seem extremely inefficient
Dr. Gross was quite honest with me about the need to lose weight, though I felt he was being incredibly judgemental and didn't even take into account the fact that I have hypothyroidism and have been trying to lose weight for many years now. He even suggested I look into gastic bypass surgery, even though my BMI is not high enough for consideration for this surgery. So yeah. My meniscus is still torn, but at least I've lost a few pounds. Perhaps Dr. Gross should switch his specialty over to shaming people with metabolic disorders instead.
He is s superb physician. Knowledgeable and caring offering all alternatives for cures that he can think of. The office is in bad need of remodeling. The waiting area is long and narrow with no a/c and no ventilation. The office staff is helpful and mutilingual. Parking is expensive: $9 in the building lot. No validation.
He was personable and explained clearly to me his diagnosis. He told me how best to take care of my knee for it to heal well.
Dr. Gross is very competent, but his office is extremely busy, and apparently he and the staff believe that delay and disorganization is just something the patients should put up with. I scheduled the first appointment of the day, but still had to wait about 40 minutes to see the Dr. As I was leaving I stopped at the nurses station to make a return appt, only to be told to take a seat in the waiting room and wait to be called!
I had an appointment at 11:45am... didn't get in until 1pm! Then when I walked in, he didn't say anything to me for a minute. I just sat there as he looked at my files on the computer.
Dr Gross was very personable and really cared for my well being. He was able to treat my back right in the office and then took X-rays. Afterward, we discussed them and a course of action moving forward. I will see him again and highly recommend
Dr. Gross was great, was able to make an appointment day of and many times available. Very thorough and helpful. Waited a little longer than usual once I arrived but I'm new to the area and that seem expected.
What a wast of time and money! Don't expect to wait less than 1.5 hour waiting for your 2 minutes useless chat with the Doctor.
My office visit with Dr Gross went very well. His staff were very helpfull -- He provided me the all information that I needed to rehab my knee, as well as answered all of my questions clearly, and did a good job of explaining all of my options. Overall, this was a very convienient office visit.
too long wait, out of date equipment(X-Ray from 80's USSR), obviously under skilled employees
I think he was professional but he was seen like 3 patients at the same time, so he didn't spend to much time in my case or explaining about issue. He is not rude but he doesn't have social abilities.
Dr. Gross is knowledgeable and professional. The office staff is efficient and kind.
He is and excellent professional. I wait less then 15mim to be with him.
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