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Dr. Raúl Arjona


Medical | Orthopedics

Specialist in musculoskeletal system problems and injuries, as well as advanced joint problems (Joint Reconstructive Surgery and Arthroscopy).

Articular Reconstructive Surgery & Arthroscopy

10+ years experience
17,000+ patients treated
3,000+ procedures performed



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Orthopedic Services

  • Knee – Meniscus tears, sports injuries, replacement implants
  • Shoulder – Fractures, arthroscopy, replacement, injuries
  • Foot – Bunions, injuries, plantar fasciitis, deformities
  • Hand – Carpal tunnel syndrome, finger deformities, synovial cysts, injuries
  • Back – Low pain, herniated disc, scoliosis, injuries
  • Hip – Injuries, fractures, prosthesis, joint wear & tear

Common Symptoms

  • Leg Pain or Numbness
  • Sciatic Issues
  • Dropped Shoulder
  • Back Pain
  • Hip Impingement
  • Deformity
  • Cracking of joints
  • Overall  Pain

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“As part of my vocation and service to the community, I have served as a specialist for local teams in Quintana Roo, such as the Yalmakan FC team of the third division of Mexico.”



  • International Society for Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Sports Medicine
  • College of Traumatologists of Quintana Roo
  • Medical Tourism Association
  • Mexican Society of Hip Surgery


  • Bachelor’s degree in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine at the UAdY
  • Orthopedics, General Hospital of Sonora, endorsed by the UNAM
  • Postgraduate in Articular Reconstructive Surgery and Arthroscopy, Orthopedics Hospital of Mérida, endorsed by the UAdY
  • Mexican Council of Orthopedics and Traumatology A.C
  • Joint Reconstructive Surgery at the UAdY
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Av. Tulúm Lote 01 Mza 01 SM 12, Cancún


Monday – Friday (8 am – 8 pm)
Saturday (8 am – 3 pm)

What is Traumatology?

Traumatology is the branch of medicine that is dedicated to studying injuries to the locomotor system. It is a surgical medical specialty: the doctors who practice it are traumatologists or orthopedic surgeons.

When should I see a Traumatologist?

It is important that you know that in the event of a major trauma, an accident or if a more serious injury is suspected, you should immediately go to the Traumatologist, to rule out or diagnose other injuries.

What is Arthroscopy?

Arthroscopy is a procedure to diagnose and treat joint problems. The more frequently affected areas are:

Knee, shoulder, elbow, ankle, hip and wrist.