Dr. Paul Richin retired from Emory Orthopaedics in Decatur last fall only to realize there was a growing need for personalized care in Dunwoody. So at the beginning of this year, he started The Orthopedic Cortisone Injection Center in Dunwoody with his son Daniel.
The small orthopedic office caters to the needs of patients in pain that are intimidated by the big box medical practices, Paul Richin said. It offers convenience along with one-on-one visits with a board-certified orthopedic surgeon.
The overall goal in starting the practice, Richin said, was to bring top-notch big city care while still keeping the feeling of small-town convenience and personalization. “We schedule patients for same day appointments. Convenience being one our main goals, we strive to evaluate and treat all in one visit. After a long period of social distancing, we look forward to meeting you, treating you, and welcoming you into part of our medical care community.”
Richin, a member of the Atlanta Jewish community for more than 40 years, was one of the first members of Temple Emanu-El and has continued to be an active member ever since.