Shoulder Treatment

Relieving Shoulder Pain and Improving Function to Get You Back to the Things You Enjoy

The Shoulder Joint

The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint that connects the bones of the arms to the upper body through several important ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and muscles. The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body and provides a wide range of motion, permitting athletes to throw a baseball 100 miles per hour or send a golf ball 515 yards.

Shoulder pain can range from mild to debilitating and may often affect a person’s quality of life. Shoulder pain often keeps people from wanting to move the shoulder joint and this can lead to a condition known as frozen shoulder.

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Surgical And Nonsurgical Shoulder Treatment

Rotator Cuff Tears


Dr. Goradia repairs all rotator cuff tears using minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery. For severe tears he can use specialized techniques to support and reinforce surgical repair with donor tissue. These specialized techniques promote and accelerate healing after surgery.
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Biceps Tendon Pain & Injury


A partial or complete tear of the bicep tendon in the shoulder can lead to pain at the front of the shoulder. Bicep tenodesis is an arthroscopic surgical technique that Dr. Goradia helped develop to repair biceps tendon tears.
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Shoulder Labral Tears and SLAP Lesions


A tear in the labrum can cause pain, weakness, limited range of motion, and instability leading to more frequent dislocations. Labral repair surgery is performed arthroscopically and involves attaching the labrum and ligaments back to bone.
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Outpatient Shoulder Replacement


Shoulder arthritis resulting in pain and reduced arm mobility is the most common reason for a shoulder replacement. Shoulder replacement surgery is performed by Dr. Goradia as an outpatient procedure for patients, allowing for faster recovery.
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Dr. Vic Goradia: Richmond’s Shoulder Treatment Expert

Dr. Vic Goradia of G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, located in Richmond and Midlothian, VA, is highly trained and experienced in conditions that affect the shoulder. He treats a full spectrum of shoulder injuries from acute pain caused by an accident or a fall to chronic pain that may be a result of overuse, inflammation or arthritis. The treatment options range from nonsurgical steroid injection therapy to surgical repairs that are necessary to stabilize the joint. At G2 Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, we believe each person is unique and the road to a full recovery and restoration of normal function begins with an accurate diagnosis. Dr. Goradia uses advanced imaging techniques to identify the cause of shoulder pain and works with each patient to develop a treatment plan that restores function and quality of life.
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Possible Causes Of Shoulder Pain