Richmond Knee Pain Specialist
Whether you have a recent knee injury or you have been living with knee pain for years, Dr. Vic Goradia at G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Richmond, VA will get you in quickly, provide the right diagnosis, and give you an individualized treatment plan. The knee doctors at G2 offer the latest and most advanced treatment options.
Fast Appointments With an Orthopedic Doctor
We offer easy online booking so you can see what appointments are available and schedule online, no matter what time of day. If you don’t see a time that works, please call our office at 804-678-9000 for additional options.
Richmond Knee Pain Specialists
Dr. Goradia practice in Richmond’s West End, Midlothian and the Tri-Cities – so their offices are convenient to Hanover, Henrico, Short Pump, Midlothian, Chester and more.
Dr. Goradia doesn’t believe in a one-size fits all approach to treating knee pain and knee injuries. They fully evaluate each patient, make the right diagnosis and develop a customized treatment plan for each patient:
- Non-surgical options
- ACL Tears and ACL Reconstruction
- Meniscus and Cartilage Tears
- Knee Arthritis
- Partial, Total, and Revision Knee Replacement
- 2nd Opinions
- Stem Cell, Lipogems and PRP Injections
The surgeons and G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine offer the latest advances in knee surgery such as Computer Guided knee replacements and robotic advanced technology.
Dr. Goradia sees patients that have been looking for a second opinion, especially when knee surgery or total knee replacement is recommended. In a recent knee pain seminar, Dr. Goradia noted research indicating that 43% of patients who had a total knee replacement may have been candidates for a partial knee replacement.
In some cases we can perform a partial knee replacement instead of a total replacement. This benefits the patient by leaving healthy tissues in tact, provides a more precise surgery, less pain, faster recovery and a more natural feeling knee.
We treat every patient the same way we would treat a professional athlete.
Your knees are too important to risk the wrong diagnosis. Get the right diagnosis and treatment so you can get back to what you love doing.