Richmond Shoulder & Knee Specialist
Dr. Vic Goradia
Based in Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Vic Goradia is a nationally known expert in arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, joint replacement and regenerative medicine with a focus on shoulder and knee conditions. He is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery with a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Goradia doesn’t believe in a one size fits all approach to shoulder, knee and other injuries. He takes the time to fully evaluate each patient, make the right diagnosis and develop a customized treatment plan. Simply put, Dr. Goradia provides the highest level of care available in the Richmond area. He sees patients in the main G2 office located in Richmond’s West End convenient to Hanover, Henrico, Short Pump & Goochland, and has two additional locations: St. Francis Medical Center in Midlothian and one in the Tri-Cities. Dr. Goradia performs surgery at St. Francis Medical Center, St. Mary’s Ambulatory Surgery Center and Parham Doctors’ Hospitals.
Dr. Goradia has taught at almost 100 national and international orthopedic conferences. Click here for a full listing of courses he has taught.
Dr. Goradia is also consultant for Arthrex Inc. the world’s leading manufacturer and inventor of orthopaedic medical devices. In this role, he has co-invented the Meniscal Cinch and SpeedCinch devices used by surgeons across the world to treat meniscus tears.
He has published numerous articles in orthopedic journals & textbooks and gives presentations at national and international orthopedic conferences. Dr. Goradia educates physicians and patients throughout the country and has served as an instructor at knee and shoulder arthroscopy labs designed to teach various surgeries to orthopedic surgeons from across the US and even internationally. Click here to see a full list of his publications and presentations.
Honors & Awards
Dr. Goradia has received awards from the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the Herodicus Society, the American Orthopaedic Association and the University of Oklahoma for his research work in the advancement of knee ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery. Click here for more details.