Personalized care for your musculoskeletal well-being

Explore our cutting-edge orthopedic services at ExcelleMD. Our trained professionals provide specialized care to treat a diverse range of musculoskeletal issues, from joint pain management to advanced orthopedic surgery.

Whether you have chronic pain, sports injuries or complex orthopedic conditions, we are here to provide solutions tailored to your needs. Make an appointment today to benefit from quality orthopedic care at ExcelleMD.

You do not need a medical reference to make an appointment!

Service offered to:

  • Montréal (Marché-Central)
  • Saint-Eustache
  • Montréal (Sanctuaire)
  • Terrebonne
  • Virtual consultation


What orthopedic services do we offer?

Entrust your musculoskeletal health to the expert hands of Dr. Alexandre Renaud. Make an appointment for a personalized consultation and discover the solutions adapted to your needs.


Adult orthopedic surgery consultations
  • Pathologies of the lower limb and upper limb.
Consultations in pediatric orthopedic surgery
  • Specialized care for the youngest, ensuring healthy development

Medical expertise

Independent medical expertise in orthopedic surgery
  • CNESST, private insurance, SAAQ, medico-legal disputes, American scale/li>


Infiltrations under ultrasound
  • Precision in the treatment of pathologies, both at the level of the lower limb and the upper limb


Minor surgeries (in clinic)
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Trigger finger
  • Arthro-synovial cyst
  • Bursectomy
Major surgeries (in the operating room)
  • Total hip replacement
  • Unicompartmental knee prosthesis
  • Total knee prosthesis
  • Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
  • Meniscal suture / menisectomy
  • Hallux valgus
  • Hallux rigidus
  • Hammer/claw toe
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Decompression of the ulnar nerve




Learn more about the professionals you will meet!


Dr. Alexandre Renaud began his university training with a Bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy at the University of Montreal. He then continued his studies for a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Montreal while working as a part-time physiotherapist in the field of sports medicine for 4 years. Dr. Renaud graduated from his Doctorate in Medicine in 2010 by being nominated on the Dean’s Honor List highlighting the excellence of his academic record during his medical studies.

He subsequently began postdoctoral studies in orthopedic surgery residency in the Édouard-Samson orthopedics program at the University of Montreal, from which he graduated in 2015. Between 2010 and 2014, Dr. Renaud synchronously completed a Master’s degree in biomedical sciences on knee arthroplasty after obtaining a training grant from the Quebec Research Fund.


Answers to your most frequently asked questions

Personalized kinematic alignment can be achieved during total knee replacement using computer navigation assistance rather than conventional instrumentation. Navigation assistance allows the surgeon to reproduce the anatomy of your knee with great precision.

During hip prosthesis surgery, a large diameter head will be installed, regardless of your size, ensuring that you will not have any movement restrictions following surgery or limitations in your activities. The goal of hip replacement surgery is to restore your mobility and quality of life without any restrictions on movement or activity.

Dr Renaud operates on his patients using an ERAS (enhanced recovery after surgery) protocol, reducing surgical stress and promoting rapid and optimal post-operative recovery. Thus, the majority of Dr. Renaud’s patients undergo day surgery for hip and knee prostheses. The patient leaves the same day as the surgery walking with technical assistance just a few hours after the procedure is completed without having to be hospitalized.

It depends on whether the osteoarthritis present in the knee affects one or more compartments. During your meeting with Dr. Renaud, he will be able to inform you about your condition and will explain the therapeutic options available to you following your assessment. He will be able to offer you surgery adapted to your condition with durable implants and a minimally invasive surgical technique.

A minimally invasive percutaneous surgical technique is used for the correction of hallux valgus. The correction is done via an incision varying between 5 and 10 millimeters. Following surgery, a pin will remain in place for a period of 4 weeks, before being removed painlessly in an outpatient clinic.