Have you been struggling with shoulder pain for years? Are you currently suffering from a recent shoulder injury? If you’re in search of a shoulder pain specialist in Richmond, VA, then you should make an appointment with our shoulder specialist, Dr. Vic Goradia at G2 Orthopedics & Sports Medicine today. Dr. Goradia will be able to provide an expert diagnosis, as well as an individualized treatment plan. At G2 patients don’t wait a week, or even a few days, before they are seen.
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Richmond’s Shoulder Pain Expert
Dr. Goradia is a nationally known expert in knee & shoulder problems, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, and joint replacement with two clinics in the Richmond area. He practices in our West End office in Glen Allen and our southside office in Hopewell – this means we have offices that are convenient for patients in Hanover, Henrico, Short Pump, Midlothian and all over Central Virginia. In many cases patients travel from across the state and even across the country to consult with Dr. Goradia.
When it comes to shoulder pain, Dr. Goradia doesn’t believe in a one size fits all approach to treatment. Each patient is fully evaluated with care and attention so he can make the right diagnosis. Treatment plans are completely individualized for all of our patients, treating many shoulder injuries like:
- Non-surgical options
- Rotator Cuff Tears
- Dislocations & Labral Tears
- Shoulder Arthritis & Replacements
- Bursitis and Tendonitis due to Impingement Syndrome
- 2nd Opinions
Many of our patients consult Dr. Goradia for a second opinion about rotator cuff tears, especially when they have been told their tear can’t be repaired at all, or that it can’t be done arthroscopically. In almost all cases Dr. Goradia can repair the tear and with arthroscopic surgery.
We treat every patient the same way we would treat a professional athlete
Your shoulders are too important to risk the wrong diagnosis. Get the right diagnosis and treatment so you can get back to what you love doing.