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Dr. Pandarinath is an Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at George Washington University. He specializes in Sports Medicine, specifically surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow, Hip, and Knee. He is also the Orthopedic Team Physician for the George Washington University Colonials' Division 1 Athletic Teams. While Dr. Pandarinath sees patients of all kinds, he specializes in problems that are often treated with minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery. Examples of these are rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, hip impingement, ligament tears of the knee, patellar instability, meniscal tears, and cartilage restoration surgery. He is dedicated to improving function and quality of life for his patients, and actively publishes research papers and has presented his research at various national meetings. Dr. Pandarinath's practice includes athletes of all levels, from "weekend warriors" to intercollegiate and professional athletes. He did his Orthopedic Surgery residency at the renowned UCLA Medical Center, and then went to Thomas Jefferson University for a Sports Medicine fellowship, where he worked as an Assistant Team Physician for the Philadelphia Eagles, Flyers, Phillies, and 76ers, as well as St. Joseph’s University.
Verified Patient Reviews
I saw Dr Pandarinath to receive a consultation on a shoulder injury. I found him to be very friendly, engaged, and informative. Even though it was clear he was very busy, he took the time to answer my questions thoroughly, and helped me come up with a plan for surgery. I would also give kudos to the hospital staff, who remained polite and friendly despite how busy it was.
Great! Saw me on time. Took time to hear my issues and needs.
Excellent practitioner. Focuses on my outcomes. Not rushed. Highly recommend.
Visit with dr seemed rushed and the office staff is horrendous they need to be trained from the bottom to the top unfortunately for me I will have to find a new orthopedic doctor
Dr. Pandarinath is a pleasant, patient and caring physician. It took awhile to see him because of scheduling complications with his office, but these things happen. I was first assessed by a trainer with the GW athletic programs who was working with Dr. Pandarinath, then I was sent for x-rays before seeing the doctor. In retrospect, I don't believe the x-rays were necessary but are ordered as a matter of course. I appreciate that they are likely required to diagnose most orthopedic conditions, and since they can be done right there in the office, it facilitates the flow of appointments. But, in my case, if Dr. Pandarinath had evaluated me himself prior to ordering the films, I would have been spared the unnecessary expense and radiation ... and interaction with the least friendly x-ray technician I've ever encountered.
I felt like this was a very impersonal assessment of my problem. I feel like the doctor didn't really take the time to understand what was going on or offer solutions that made my pain better. The whole office seems kind of like a conveyor belt operation. Get em in the door, get the co-pay and push them out. The doctor himself was fine - he was friendly enough . But I also didn't get a sense he really understood my problem and I didn't feel like he took the time to try and find out either.
Everyone in the office was helpful, knowledgeable, efficient, and took time to answer my questions.
He was very helpful. I was leaning toward surgery for my knees and he helped me make that decision.
Dr. P was great.
He is great. Knows me. I trust his judgement. I
Very professional support staff. Dr. talked to me and asked the right questions so I felt he fully understood my concerns.
Very professional and kind. Excellent bedside manner. Wonderful ancillary staff-athletic trainer and radiology tech.
I left this appointment crying. As a previous competitive gymnast, my body has seen better days. I had knee surgery almost 4 years ago and still suffer from bad knee pain (I can't sleep without an ice pack on my knee). After "reviewing" (used loosely) the files from my previous ortho doctor, Dr. Pandarinath spent 3 minutes with me, told me I was, essentially, fabricating the pain, and that there was nothing more he could do. He sent me off with a prescription for an MRI to give to a pain management specialist. It is never fun when a doctor doesn't believe you are in pain. What's worse is a doctor not taking the time to learn your case or maintain any sort of bedside- I left in tears feeling like I was crazy. Unless you have a broken bone or something that's obviously wrong, stay away from Dr. Pandarinath!!
It turns out the injury I THOUGHT I had was not the injury I actually had. Dr. Pandarinath and his intern did a good job looking for the actual problem and prescribing a treatment for it.
He was just ok. I spent more useful time with his assistant who was great.
The Doctor was prompt and asked good questions. He came up with three solutions to help my issue. He was friendly and approachable. I wish the reception used zocdoc as that would have reduced the paperwork and initial wait time greatly.
I had a good visit with Dr. Pandarinath. I didn't have to wait very long before I was called in and I was seen in less than 10 minutes. He was courteous, professional and answered all of my questions.
Dr. Pandarinath is a great doctor. He comes in and is very cordial/kind. He gets to know you, about your injury, and then is very quick and accurate with his diagnosis. I would definitely recommend Dr. Pandarinath.
Very professional, friendly, and helpful.
Great bedside manner. Knowledgeable, open-minded, and very pleasant to converse with. Highly recommended.
Overall, an excellent visit. Not too long of a wait to be seen or in the room before the doctor comes in.
The doctor seemed very competent but the office is a zoo. They see way too many people it seems. It took them over 10 minutes to even look up at me in the check-in desk and even acknowledge me -- I started wondering whether that was even a check-in desk and I was in the wrong place. The attendant was very pleasant once I was acknowledged. Then I waited every step of the way and it took me two hours to go through a pretty simple appointment. I saw the doctor maybe 3 minutes. It seems that they could turn people around faster and create a much better experience if they didn't try to squeeze as many people.
He printed out an order for me to do PT but didn't chart it. When I couldn't find the form and called his office to get a new copy, he hadn't charted the order! So the nurses wouldn't re-issue me the order until they spoke to him. But apparently they're only a messaging system. So it took a full week to get one piece of paper that said that I can go to PT. By the way, I'd already had too appointments scheduled. I impressed on them the importance of the timeliness and they would not move any faster. It was a miserable experience and I felt like I was so unimportant.
I went to see Dr. Pandarinath for a recurring knee pain. He looked at the X-rays and rushed me out telling me it is a normal tear and wear. He didn't suggest anything important in terms of how to deal with my problem. I wish I went to another doctor.
I filled out the preliminary paper work on line. I got to the office ten minutes prior to my appointment. I still had to wait another twenty minutes before I was called by one of the receptionist. I waited another twenty minutes before the doctor's assistant saw me, than another half an hour before I got my x-ray. After all the waiting, the doctor spend lass than ten minutes with me. He was personable and had a great bedside manner. However, after all the waiting is was impressing.
Nice guy, straight to the point. No complaints!
Very helpful, answered all of my questions (and I had a lot). Offered to also review some of my other MRI scans not related to my current visit.
Given the fact that my appointment was at 8:15am, I was incredibly frustrated with the time it took to bring me back to the exam room (30mins), for the MA to come back into the room (15mins) to bring me straight to X-rays I didn't necessarily expect with no explanation, to actually be taken into the x-ray room (30mins), then to wait for the doctor's resident come in (15mins), then after she left, for the doctor to come in (20mins). No one told me what was happening the entire time, apologized, or explained/warned me about the delays. They didn't discuss my x-ray results until I directly asked them about them.
It was a busy, but other than the wait, everyone was very friendly and helpful. Highly recommend.
Dr. Pandarinath is extremely professional and knows what he is doing, plus he has a personality and you can tell he wants to help you! I would highly recommend him!
I don't think he believed that I was in as much pain as I tried to describe. I had to beg for a pain medication.
The office was clean and neat. He greeted me with and hand shake. The staff was very professional
It was wonderful he did a fantastic job .
My visit was excellent. The doctor actually listens to the patient. He works with the patient to come up with the best plan of treatment. This is something that I really appreciate. Dr. Pandarinath is awesome!
Very professional and empathetic. Listened without interrupting. Great patient rapport.
I would highly recommend the doctor and the whole office. Everyone was very professional. He was very knowledgeable about my situation. I must say that his online reviews were very true.
It was a really good visit. Dr. Pandarinath is very professional. My appt. was at 1:30, but I was seen early and I left the office at 1:40. Thanks Zocdoc!!!
The staff and Dr. Pandarinath were courteous and professional. I was very pleasue with my interaction with and treatment by Dr. Pandarinath.
Attentive and quick. Listened to me and I left with what I came to get.
Dr. Pandarinath was fantastic. I went in for a surgical consult to reconstruct my ACL. He was very knowledgeable and efficient. He was able to give me a clear understanding of my options and explain the benefits of each type of procedure. I've had two previous ACL reconstructions and with Dr. Pandarinath I experienced the fastest recovery time by far. Within a month of the surgery I was already back to practicing yoga! My knee already feels much more stable and I haven't had anywhere near the same levels of muscle atrophy or pain that I experienced with the previous two surgeries. Overall I highly recommend Dr. Pandarinath (and his lovely surgical coordinator, Laurie!). It has been a wonderful experience.
Dr.P is an intelligent and articulate doctor who listens well. His interns aren't always the best, but they're learning.
Dr. Pandarinath is very down-to-earth and easy to talk to. He's a good listener and very patient with his patients! :)
He performed a complete examination of my condition, and presented me with well-considered options. Very professional, and concerned about my pain.
Dr P is highly professional, great bedside manner and is genuinely interested in helping you. He took the time to explain treatments and was not pushy about having surgery. In fact, he was pragmatic and straightforward in outlook while also helpful. Definitely recommend!
It was overall a good experience. He had a couple of interns watching the process. I met with an intern first. Then I met with the doctor with the 2 interns again and answered the same questions. It didn't put me out, though. I would go back.
Dr. Pandarinath performed an ACL reconstruction with allograft on my left knee. He answered my questions and did not pressure me into getting surgery. I've recovered quickly, and while that may partly be luck and my health, I have to think he did a good job. I would trust Dr. Pandarinath if I ever need surgery again.
Very friendly and knowledgeable. Explained the issue and next step well.
The appointment went well. There were 4 additional staff members including the doctor that I interacted with all were professional and gave me the time I needed for any questions. I felt a good doctor/staff relationship which is essential. the front staff was very professional also which appears to be common for GW. the doctor gave me his diagnosis ,options, and prognosis which of course is good because we need to look ahead. I am well pleased with the doctor and his staff for a first time visit but I anticipate having a few more.
Dr. Pandarinath treated me like I knew nothing about my injury that I've been dealing with for 3 years now (a fracture kneecap). As a continuing elite athlete I came in to make sure my knee was healing smoothly (bone and cartilage was still okay) after three years of clicking, grinding, popping and some minor pain and swelling and he was very arrogant and dismissive about all of my worries. I asked many questions that he brushed aside as though he felt that my knee concerns weren't worth his time since I wasn't in serious constant pain at that moment. I am simply trying to stay ahead of what will be a chronic condition with the after-effects of a traumatic blow to the kneecap that shattered my patella. His physical assessment of my knee lasted a total of 10 seconds - 5 for each knee. In those 10 seconds he heard clicking and felt grinding but did no further assessment as he felt it wasn't necessary to explore the rest of my knee pain, apparently. I will not be going back to him and want to warn others of his arrogance and rudeness. I have seen many doctors for various injuries throughout my career and he is one of the most arrogant doctors I've seen.
My visit to see Dr. Pandarinath was the visit I needed in order to gain more information about my problem. Dr. Pandarinath put my mind at ease with the choices of treatment that is available to me and now I can stop worrying because I know that I have more than one choice.
I've been seeing Dr. Pandarinath for about 5 yrs now-I think he's great and I highly recommend him!
Fast and easy. Great Doctor.
Dr. Pandarinath was highly professional and personable. He recommended a conservative course of treatment. After several physical therapy sessions, the issue resolved completely and has not recurred. Excellent physician!
Dr. Pandarinath was fantastic. We discussed by shoulder problem and he made his evaluation and recommended treatment. Very professional and very friendly. Just as important, and possibly more important because as a patient, we tend to spend more time with staff, they were fantastic. Very efficient, friendly and professional Such a great staff that I complemented the front desk on my way out. I didn't have the chance to comment on staff in the examining room, but also praise them for keeping the appointment moving and reducing any wait time while in the examining room. Fantastic office all around. Dr. Pandarinath and his team are my go-to for any future medical needs.
Knowledgeable doc, and great bedside service
Very professional and kind, seemed like a good doctor, only problem is they couldn't figure out what was wrong with my knee.
The entire staff in Dr. Pandarinath's practice was courteous, professional and caring. I was in and out very quickly and got excellent care. Dr. Pandarinath was great.
The check-in desk claims that it "doesn't deal with ZocDoc" so I filled out information on forms before the visit.
It took over an hour to get three minutes of the doctor's time. He seemed nice enough, but very rushed.
I was highly pleased with my service from start to finish!!!!!!!! Two thumbs up!!!!!!
Informative -- good dr.
He was a great listener and approached my treatment or course of treatment conservatively. I was seen close to my schedule time. I arrived much early so I can not hold that against them. The new offices are bright and welcoming!
Dr. Pandarinath is a great doctor. He is personable, makes you feel comfortable, listens to you and is real about what can and can't happen, the consequences of surgery or not getting surgery, and he is a Grade A surgeon. My left shoulder is almost bionic. He advised me about not having surgery on my right shoulder or knee, and advised what might happen. He added, should I need surgery, he is there. He's also a funny guy, even though he looks to young to be practicing medicine!
The visit with the Dr. was good. There was a glitch with the Check-In system being used. I waited over 40 minutes before I realized I had not been called for check-in. The Check-In system did not capture my info .
Dr. Pandarinath was efficient and pleasant. I enjoyed talking with him and he offered insight into my condition that I had never before received. I highly recommend him as an orthopedic practitioner.
I would recommend Dr. Rajeev Pandarinath to anyone with arthritis problems. He takes the time to listen to your concerns. I did not feel rushed by this doctor. His treatment options are excellent and he considers your input also. Excellent doctor!
I was very disappointed that I took the time to check in online for my appointment using ZocDoc and provide important contact, insurance, and health information, but when I arrived at the hospital I had to check in again. My online check in was either ignored by the local staff or it was never delivered to them. This forced me to complete the information over again in the wait room, and delay my appointment. Furthermore, I was contacted 45 minutes before my appointment by one of the doctor's staff, who told me that although I did have an appointment, there was no information on why I was seeing him. This was also frustrating, as I had made the appointment through ZocDoc and I took the time to write a description about how I injured my knee, when it happened, and asked if my X-rays taken earlier at the GW Hospital ER would be visible to the orthopedic surgeon I was going to see. The staffer was completely oblivious to this information at first, but was able to look it up somehow and eventually tell me that they had it, and that the x-rays from the ER would be easily visible to the orthopedic surgeon. Once I saw Doctor Pandarinath, he brought in someone who looked like a trainee, but never introduced him to me. Having this stranger in the room during my medical exam was uncomfortable. Furthermore, the doctor did not once mention the x-rays taken upon my initial visit to the ER, leading me to believe that the x-ray procedure was a waste of time.
I liked the electronic check-in. I did not like the fact that I spent a long time (to get everything correct on this DOCs site) before I went and still had to answer the same questions (new questions, I have no problem with). When I inquired about this it would see there is a disjunct between this site and the doctor's office - which I am going to blame on you.
Realized that my conditions were not caused by things in his area of expertise and referred me to his colleague who was. Glad he was honest with me and didn't try and treat something he wasn't knowledgeable about.
Pleased he did not recommend surgery. Even suggested that the knee brace I wanted would not offer protection, but might give psychologial reassurance. Easy to communicate with. Conveyed competence, confidence, and reassurance.
He was straight to the point with his diagnosis. Gives good advice. Very quick exam.
Got me walking and running after blowing my knee out! Made me feel very comfortable with my first ever surgery.
Went for a damaged knee, from a femur break 6 years ago. Said wanted to do physical therapy for 6 weeks first before taking any action. Did not do the physical therapy, instead did online research. Knee problems have subsided due to own work. Will not see again.
He was very professional and made me feel at ease.
I arrived 20min late due to traffic and was still received warmly. Staff was quick and kind.
Pleasant and informative, all the staff was polite and overall experience was quite good. I ill certainly return.
Dr. P impressed me as knowledgable and explained my situation and options clearly. I would definitely consult with him again.
recommended without hesitation
I appreciated that Dr. Pandarinath listen to my concerns and offered me solutions which another practice said there was none. I was impressed at the timeliness they took me back, saw me and got fitted for appliances under 1 hour. That is super efficient.
Dr. Pandarinath was a good doctor but the front desk staff were incredibly rude and unhelpful.
It was short, but efficient. He answered all of my questions and was very friendly.
Dr. Pandarinith impressed me as knowledgable and sought to understand my knee problem quickly. He explained the options well, and I was highly satisfied. I will go back.
He was very professional, very knowledgeable and came across highly trustworthy. Even though he delivered some really bad news, he did it in a kind and empathetic way. I would highly recommend Dr. Pandarinath and the very well run GW University Medical Faculty office.
Dr. Pandarinath has a wonderful bedside manner. He explains things in a way that is easily understood and provides answers to all your questions. He is patient and makes sure you have no further questions before ending the appointment. Highly recommended.
He was very professional and courteous
He was very friendly and he discussed all my options before rushing to decision. Unlike the previous Orthopedic that I went to, he actually took x-rays and made sure nothing major was going on before rushing to a decision. I will definitely be going back to him in the future.
Everyone was nice.
Very professional and friendly!
Great, very professional and kind. Would definitely recommend him and would go back if I ever need to again.
Dr. Pandarinath gave me a quick diagnosis and was extremely prompt.
Feels a bit like an assembly line, but the whole experience was quick and felt satisfied with the care I received.
This doctor does not spend time with patient. He rushed in and spent less than 5 minutes with me after I waited more than an hour. Also, in regards to my knee pain, he did not provide a definitive diagnosis. He did not ask me to perform any tests to determine the underlying issue. Only after i mentioned my symptoms were consistent with patellarfemoral syndrome, he replied "that might be the reason that you are having knee pain." So I went there and spent all my time and money to basically diagnose myself. This doctor is no good. Stay away.
Dr. Pandarinath is knowledgeable, and explains my situation well.
Doesn't explain much and expects me to ask all the questions without giving an opinion on my condition. His qualifications speak for themselves, but I came out still unsure what is wrong with me.
Highly recommended. He is very easy to talk to, and picked up on a subtle detail in my X-ray that had been previously overlooked. His staff is highly capable and friendly.
Dr P was very thorough and thoughtful, not rushed or pressed to give a diagnosis for surgery. I appreciate his conservative approach.
Very professional, explained what was wrong with me and listed out my treatment options! Very nice and can tell he cares about his patients
Went for evaluation for a shoulder pain. The doctor gave me an impression that he is well-trained and knowledgeable, thorough and very personable. His office staff were very friendly and couteous.
Very good except for the long waiting time but it is understandable due to an emergency.
Both doctors that saw me for my knee pain including Dr Pandarinath were professional and friendly. Wait time was good considering there was an error in the paperwork -- probably mis-typed by me into zocdoc -- and the staff handled it very well.
There was a lot of waiting time. Checked in and waited. Then led to a room and waited. Finally saw the doctor about an hour after my scheduled appointment time.
Insightful analysis and thorough diagnosis.
Dr. Rajeev was the perfect combination of being personable and professional. He was very knowledgable and walked me through all of the possibilities in terms of my injury and how to treat it. I would definitely go back to him if needed!
I never write reviews but in searching for an Ortho doc I did read a lot of these reviews and they were helpful so here I am. My appt. was scheduled for 9:15 this morning and I was in and seeing the Doc by 9:10. They took my x-rays, had my exam and I was out the door. I'd highly recommend Dr. P. I appreciate that he wants to give PT a try before trying more invasive solutions. Hope this helps.
Dr. P is cool -- went to him for a swollen/bruised knee and he skillfully drained it and sent me on my way.
Dr. Pandarinath was friendly but not super helpful. I'm sure he's very busy, but he seemed to want to get out of the room asap.
Was great except they had no record of my appointment and that took clearing up.
Great bedside manner and knows what he's talking about.
Very friendly and knowledgeable.
Love Dr. P. He took the time to go through all the issues I had after my accident. Definitely recommend him!
The entire staff at the practice was very professional and friendly. Dr. Pandarinath was very thoughtful in his assessment of my situation and provided several options for treatment. Will definitely see him again when needed.
Dr. Pandarinath was very nice and thorough. He answered all of my questions and explained everything thoroughly. He knows what he's talking about. He also responds rapidly to memos / messages left for him.
Very knowledgeable and courteous.
I had multiple issues. One of the great things about the location was that they were able to do x-rays right away without referring me to someone else. The doctor gave me a cortizone shot for my elbow pain, which has greatly improved! Also, he took the time to go over the issues and find out what was troubling me. He even offered to take a look at some of my previous injuries. Great overall experience.
Dr. Pandarinath was great; very friendly, and very knowledgeable, from what I could tell during our brief interaction. Would definitely recommend him to a friend.
Dr. Pandarinath himself was a good doctor. The problem was that he is part of GWU Medical Faculty Associates, which means that there is always a long wait time - even though my appointment was one of the first ones at 8.15am, it still took 1 hour before I was seen.
I liked how the resident and Dr. Pandarinath both looked at my knee and evaluated it. Two medical opinions for the price of one!
Dr. Pandarinath and his staff were very professional and accommodating. I was seen in a timely manner. Dr. Pandarinath explained my diagnosis in a manner that was understandable. I did not feel rushed, nor did he appear rushed, during my appointment. The "brace specialist" Elaina (sp?) was also very helpful assisting me in trying on various brace supports.
The check-in process was impersonal, as you had to rely on the computer to check-in. My birth date was put into the database incorrectly so there were issues with the check-in which delayed my appointment time. When I finally did see Dr. Pandarinath, he seemed short on time.
Seemed very well informed. Didn't rush me, answered my questions. Explained things in laymen's terms.
The Dr. was a nice guy - I have complaints about his bedside manner or anything. The issue was the wait time was pretty insane - I didn't get called to a room for more than an hour, and then I waited another half hour in the room.
My visit with Mr. P. went very well
The exam was not as thorough as I would have liked but I came in having been told by an ER doctor that I likely needed an MRI and Dr. Pandarinath did write me a script for one. The review of the MRI when I returned was again very, very short. Despite the fact that I came in complaining of pain, when the MRI didn't show anything significant, I was just kind of ushered out - no diagnosis provided, no plan of action to reduce pain, no follow up appointment. I was left disappointed. The waiting room is a mess - very crowded and not enough seats or room for all of the people there in wheelchairs and/or on crutches, etc. There is constant shuffling of people around the waiting room - very chaotic. The one bonus is that you confirm your appointment on kiosks (similar to the ones at an airport). I did like that aspect of the check-in process. But, if you are not technologically-inclined, you probably won't like having to stand at a kiosk for 10 minutes as you check in digitally. There did seem to be a lot of people who had to go get help in order to check in - i know this because I was waiting to see the Dr. for more than half an hour and people stream in and our constantly. Dr. Pandarinath is extremely friendly, very kind, and young but I would have some reservations recommending him to friends for the reasons I described above.
This experience was horrible. He saw me for about 3 minutes and gave me no advice. He asked me what was wrong with me and after I told him he said that sounds about right. Then gave me a flyer for physical therapists I could talk to. Completely unhelpful. This is the first time I've ever been unsatisfied by a Zocdoc recommended doc.
Quick and to the point. I was out after 20 minutes even with X rays.
I am truely satisfied with Dr.Pandarinath.
I highly recommend Dr. Pandarinath. He listens to everything and doesn't make you feel rushed. I felt I could trust his opinion and he helped me with my particular problem. He seems very sincere as well.
Dr. Pandarinath was super nice and had a great bedside manner. He is caring and a true professional. I would highly recommend him.
Dr. Pandarinath is very cordial and knowledgeable. I would highly recommend him for orthopedic surgery.
He was very professional and answered my questions.
I thought the staff working with Dr. Pandarinath's were extremely helpful, patient, and kind. There was very little waiting time, and I felt like I was taken care of while I was there.
Seems like a very good Doctor. First visit and he'll be doing surgery on me very soon.
The wait time was too long, but Dr. Pandarinath himself was friendly, helpful, and efficient.
Very pleasant bedside manner and he was very thorough with the examination.
Visit was great, short wait time, Dr. Pandarinath was great!
Dr. Pandarinath is straight and to the point. If you don't have questions, he will not fill in the blanks for you. If you do your research before your visit and have questions prepared, you may find the visit valuable.
I have been there before.
My second appointment and just as satisfying and helpful as the first one. Excellent doc and excellent facility.
Pleasent and calm.Patiently will listen to you.
Very professional. Highly efficient. Got down to the issue within a matter of minutes. No unnecessary follow up or needless tests. Just my kind of doctor.
I was very impressed from the minute we walked in with the very quick check in on-line and being seen right away. We weren't left in the back room more than 5 minutes. The doctor and his assistant were so polite, informative and not in a rush. I recommend him to anyone needing orthropedic attention.
Great visit! Was sent in just minutes after checking in. Dr. Pandarinath took the time to examine where I was experiencing pain and to come to a conclusion of what could be causing it.
The doctor was great. I went to see him for pain in my knee that he confirmed was ITBS. He prescribed physical therapy and his front desk was able to give me a list of physical therapists in the area.
First time I went to the doctor's office and waited less than 30 min. What a record. He knows the value of time and that is good.
Dr. Pandarinath's office uses an interesting kiosk check-in system similar to what you see in airports. It struck me as unusual, but was quick and effective. He's very professional, nice, and I didn't feel rushed at all. I would definitely return.
I thought he was an excellent physician.
Great manner, friendly, helpful.
Dr. Panadarinath was very professional and courteous. He explained my condition in a way that made it easier for me to understand.
Dr. Pandarinath is wonderful. He is a great listener and very thorough with both his exam and in asking the right questions to help diagnose my injury (plantar fasciitis) I would definitely return to his office if I have other sports related injuries. Highly recommended.
Dr. Pandarinath was spot on with his assessment and avoided anything intrusive.
Very professional and was great to work with!
Very professional staff was very helpful and he didn't try to sell me on hoop dreams regarding my injury. Will refer
Outstanding, personable, and timely service. I felt confident in Dr. Pandarinath's analysis and direction of care.
I had a very good experience with Dr. Pandarinath and found his resident very helpful and friendly as well. I would recommend his office.
Capable, responsive, particularly helpful for athletic patients. Good suggestions for rehabilitation of injury (hamstring pull) and prevention of its recurrence.