Petros K. Frousiakis, D.O.

Petros K. Frousiakis, D.O.

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

Education

  • Pre-Med
    University of Minnesota (UMM), P 612-625-5000,
    240 Williamson Hall, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0213
    2002

    California State University of Fullerton, P 657-278-2011
    800 N State College Blvd, Fullerton, Ca 92831
    6/30/06 - 5/30/09 BS
  • Med School
    Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (COMP)
    Pomona, Cal P 909-623-6116, 309 E. 2nd Street, Pomona, CA 91766
    6/30/09 – 5/30/13 DO

INTERNSHIP

  • Community Memorial Health Systems, P 805-652-5672
    147 N. Brent Street, Ventura, CA 93003. Dr. Samuel Small
    6/30/13 – 6/30/14

RESIDENCY

  • Community Memorial Health Systems, P 805-652-5672
    147 N. Brent Street, Ventura, CA 93003. Dr. Samuel Small
    7/01/14 – 6/30/18

FELLOWSHIP

  • Southern California Orthopedic Institute – Sports Medicine
    Van Nuys, California. Dr. Richard Ferkel
    8/1/18 - 7/31/19

PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

  • Orthopaedic Surgeon, Petros K. Frousiakis, D.O., APC.
    Ventura, California
    2019 to Present

SOCIETIES

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Medical Association
  • Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of America

CERTIFICATIONS

  • California License #20A13803
    2013
  • American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
    passed written 5/14/18
    oral 2021

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Community Memorial Hospital, Ventura CA, Provisional Medical Staff
    2019 - Present
  • Ojai Valley Community Hospital, Ventura Ca, Provisional Medical Staff
    2019 - Present

LEADERSHIP, AWARDS AND SERVICE

  • Chief Orthopedic Resident CMHS
    2015-2018
  • VietCal Board Member Viet Due Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam
    Provide medical care in association with local Vietnamese surgeons
    2017-Present
  • Team Resident Physician
    Provide medical care for sporting events at Buenaventura High School
    2013-Present
  • Resident Liaison Graduate Medical Education CMHS
    Assisted in policy-making decisions on behalf of all resident specialties
    2013-2015
  • Resident of the Year Award
    2013-2014
  • Volunteer Healing Hearts Across Borders
    Volunteered for clinical mission trips to Tijuana, Mexico, four times per year
    2011-2013
  • Student Instructor Western University of Health Sciences – COMP
    Instructed first year medical students in clinical skills
    2010-2013
  • President and Co-Founder Young Adult League
    Promoted fellowship and worship through community service
    2008-2013
  • Captain Relay for Life of Corona
    Raised over $180,000 for American Cancer Society
    2007-2013
  • Founder and Coordinator Rejuvenate the Colorado River
    Led a biannual beautification of a stretch of the Colorado River
    2005-2013
  • Volunteer St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church
    Participated in the annual church fundraising festival
    1995-2013
  • Volunteer Some Cares Soup Kitchen
    Served food to hundreds of struggling families during the holiday season
    2005-2009
  • Assistant Coach Canyon High School
    Mentored students in their pursuit of academic and athletic goals
    2003-2009

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Comprehensive Approaches to Articular Cartilage Repair
    Carlsbad, California
    Jan 2019
  • Advanced Anterior Hip Arthroplasty Course
    Long Beach, California
    Feb 2018
  • AOA Postgraduate Seminar
    Nashville, Tennessee
    April 2017
  • Enneking Pathology Course
    Gainesville, Florida
    April 2017
  • AOA Emerging Leaders Conference
    Los Angeles, California
    Jan 2015
  • Basic Principles of Fracture Management
    Columbus, Ohio
    Sep 2014
  • Basic Orthopedic Skills Course
    Blacksburg, Virginia
    Feb 2014

RESEARCH

Community Memorial Health System, Department of Orthopedics
2015-Present
Designed and implemented a novel perioperative protocol to improve quality improvement measures and overall patient care. The project aimed to promote the healthcare team’s ability to identify and use all available resources, to manage workload, stress and fatigue and to communicate effectively to ensure team cohesiveness and situational awareness throughout the entire procedure.

Department of Biology, California State University, Fullerton
2006-2009
Generated recombinant clones of the full-length, ATPase, and the signal binding domain regions of the HSPA8 molecules. Assisted in translocation of the products of the polymerase chain reaction into E. coli cells to produce recombinant proteins.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Frousiakis PF, Burge JR, Jazayeri R. Arthroscopic superior capsular reconstruction with partial rotator cuff repair. Am J Sports Med. 2018: in preparation.
  • Frousiakis PF, Halikis M. Compressive sensory neuropathy of a pediatric forearm. J Pediatr Orthop. 2018: submitted.

LANGUAGES

Fluency in written and spoken Greek. Intermediate written and spoken Spanish.

  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons