RICHMOND, Va., June 24, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Dr. Vic Goradia won the Three Best Rated® award for one of the best Orthopedic surgeons in Richmond, Virginia, for the third year in a row. Three Best Rated® is a multi-national ranking website that lists top businesses and professionals from nine different industries.
Dr. Goradia had the vision of using his engineering degree as an orthopedic surgeon to restore patients’ joints to their normal anatomy and function, ever since he was studying biomedical engineering at Tulane University. He is now a nationally known expert in arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, joint replacement and regenerative medicine, with a focus on knee and shoulder conditions.
He has served as a member of various committees of national orthopedic societies. Dr. Goradia has also published numerous articles in orthopedic journals & textbooks and has taught at almost 100 national and international conferences.
He opened his own boutique orthopedic practice, G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in, Richmond in 2015. At G2 Orthopedics, Dr. Gordia uses the latest technology to provide the best treatments for his patients.
Dr. Goradia doesn't believe in one size fit for all approach and takes his time to fully evaluate each of his patients and develop a customized treatment for them.
"Even though I am a surgeon, some patient's conditions do not require surgery," he says, "I offer nonsurgical options, including being the first area to perform stem cell injections. When surgery is needed, I perform the least invasive and most patient-specific procedure that is available," he explains. In 2020, Dr. Goradia has implemented a new program that allows him to perform outpatient knee and shoulder replacements. Dr. Goradia will determine if patients are eligible for outpatient surgery in which they can avoid staying in a hospital.
Dr. Goradia has received several awards from the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the Herodicus Society, the American Orthopaedic Association. He also did research on Advancement of Knee Ligament (ACL) Reconstructive Surgery, which got him an award from the University of Oklahoma.
Source: Dr. Vic Goradia