Comprehensive Orthopedic Care for the Knee: Arthritis Treatment, ACL Repair, Meniscus Repair, Knee Replacement, Cartilage Treatment, & More
The Knee Joint
Being physically active is healthy. Strong bones and muscles improve balance and coordination and help protect joints from injury. Whether you play competitive sports or walk or run for exercise, you understand the importance of healthy joints, especially weight-bearing joints like the knees.
The knee is a hinge joint that consists of numerous ligaments, tendons, cartilage, bursae, bone, synovial membrane, and muscles. All of these work together to support the body during times of strenuous physical activity as well as simply standing.
Knee Injury, Pain, and Arthritis Treatment Options
This advanced surgical procedure incorporates the reattachment of the anterior cruciate ligament to the femur bone while incorporating natural growth factors and collagen-coated suture tape to promote healing and provide support during the healing process.
A torn ACL is a debilitating injury that usually requires arthroscopic surgery to repair. Using minimally invasive procedures and natural growth factors to enhance the body’s own capacity to heal, most patients will be able to achieve full function of the knee after the procedure.
Outpatient Knee Replacement
Knee replacement is a surgical procedure used as knee arthritis treatment. It improves a patient’s quality of life when the joint has been damaged by arthritis. G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine offers outpatient knee replacement surgery for patients who meet the candidacy requirements.
The meniscus is the shock absorber for the knee joint that helps distribute the body’s weight and keep the bones from rubbing together. A torn meniscus is repaired successfully through minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery.
Chondromalacia and Cartilage Damage
Knee cartilage damage (known as chondromalacia) can occur suddenly from an injury or over a period of years from overuse. The damaged cartilage restricts the knee’s mobility, causing significant pain. If left untreated, it can worsen and eventually become knee arthritis.
Kneecap Pain and Dislocation
Cartilage damage under the kneecap is often due to injury or overuse. Symptoms include pain, swelling, catching, locking or giving way of the knee. Conservative measures are often used to treat this condition.
Dr. Vic Goradia: Your Richmond VA Knee Specialist
There are many causes of knee pain, such as an acute injury, an overuse injury, or an underlying condition like arthritis that causes swelling or inflammation in the joints. At G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Dr. Goradia will perform a thorough examination and collect images of your knee to properly diagnose your condition. He will then create an individualized treatment plan that may include a minimally invasive procedure and/or a customized rehabilitation program to help you get back to doing what you love. We offer numerous advanced treatment options and therapies to help patients with knee pain or knee injuries.
Meet Dr. Goradia