Many of us will eventually need joint replacement surgery. Why is it better to start with physical therapy and delay this surgery whenever possible?
ACL tears are one of the most common knee injuries among weekend warriors and high school athletes. How does Dr. Pandarinath change his approach in one situation versus the other? Does a high school athlete require a unique approach for the post-operative, sports physical therapy process?
Why do some rotator cuff tears require immediate surgery?
I recently interviewed Dr. Rajeev Pandarinath to tackle these questions and more in the latest edition of the CHP Spotlight Interview series. Dr. Pandarinath is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, knee, and hip.
The mission of the CHP Spotlight Interview Series is to share information with you from local experts in the fields of sports medicine, physical therapy, personal training, and sports performance. Now, more than ever, a seemingly infinite amount of information is available, and finding credible information is challenging. But we have good news. We are here to help you find the best information about physical therapy, personal training, and sports medicine from experts in Bethesda, Chevy Chase, DC, McLean, and Northern Virginia.
If you or someone you love has had a shoulder, hip, or knee injury, don’t miss this interview!
To learn more about Dr. Pandarinath, click here and check out our interview below!