Trained at Harvard's Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program (I can tell you this is pretty much the hardest residency program in the country in any specialty for any medical student to gain acceptance). Plus, he was then honored as Chief Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital during his last year of training.

Dr. Saadat has trained under pre-eminent expert surgeons such as Drs. Thomas Holovacs, Matthew Provencher and Luke Oh at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Saadat did extensive clinical and basic science research experience at several prestigious academic medical centers in the areas of joint replacement, sports medicine, orthopaedic spine surgery, orthopaedic trauma, advanced musculoskeletal imaging, tissue engineering, biomechanics, and clinical outcomes research.

Has written extensively about clinical and basic science aspects of osteoarthritis, joint replacement, sports medicine, and spine surgery, and has several years of experience in surgical treatment of adult and pediatric musculoskeletal disorders.

Dr. Saadat is a published author of many peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters, and has presented his work at national and international conferences.

Served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Orthopaedic Journal at Harvard Medical School in 2015-2016, and was an associate editor for the Journal for several years prior.

Dr. Saadat has been an invited reviewer at several prestigious medical journals including: Spine, PLOS ONE, Cartilage, and European Radiology.

Dr. Saadat holds membership at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the North American Spine Society.