Raj Pandya, M.D.
Dr. Raj Pandya is Founder and President of the Atlanta Knee and Shoulder Clinic. He graduated with honors from the accelerated BS/MD program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, selected to the Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honor societies. He has completed both the Swiss AO Fellowship, and a sports medicine fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham.
Dr. Pandya has served as Team Physician for the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League, Team Physician for the US National and Olympic Handball Teams, Physician for the Nokia Sugar Bowl, Physician for the SEC Championship Game, Physician for the ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament, Orthopedic Consultant for the NFL Europe, Team Physician for Life University, Physician for the US Indoor Track and Field Championships and Medical Director of the Georgia Games, and Physician for the movie “We Are Marshall”.
Dr. Pandya’s interests include cartilage repair and regeneration, meniscal transplantation, and pain management. He has developed innovative solutions in business technology and medicine, and is Chairman, Founder and CEO of Unicore Health, www.UnicoreHealth.com and Unicore Military, www.UnicoreMilitary.com. Unicore improves the quality of life of veterans, military members and injured workers by employing clinically-relevant, transformative information technologies and relational connectivity tools to aid their return to productivity.
Gregory Lee, M.D.
Dr. Lee is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon with a subspecialty in sports medicine. He earned his BA and MD from Northwestern University as part of the Honors Program in Medical Education. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Rush University Medical Center.
He performed a prestigious sports medicine fellowship at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, California, where he helped care for the Lakers, Dodgers, Angels, Ducks, Kings, and Galaxy.
Dr. Lee’s strengths in Sports Medicine are a great asset in the communities we serve, not just for sports athletes, but for the Industrial Athletes he treats in our Workers’ Compensation practice.
Frank Chevres, M.D.
Dr. Chevres did his undergraduate studies at Temple University in Philadelphia and the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan. He completed his spine and orthopaedic residency at St. Luke's Hospital and St. Giles Children's Hospital in New York City.
Dr. Chevres provides care for general orthopaedic conditions and specialties in the non-surgical treatment and care of spine conditions. His 40 years of experience gives him a broad base of knowledge for treatment of most diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system.
Kevin Hartman, MMSc., PA-C, ATC
The Atlanta Knee and Shoulder Clinic is proud to have Kevin Hartman as part of our team. Kevin is a board-certified physician assistant with specialized training in sports medicine.
Kevin received his Bachelor’s degree at Florida State University in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. While at FSU, he worked as an Athletic Trainer with the NCAA National Championship football team and women’s soccer team. Kevin attended graduate school at the University of Southern Mississippi and was a member of the athletic training staff for the football and tennis teams. After receiving his Master’s degree, Kevin went to the University of Georgia, where he provided health care for the men’s and women’s track & field teams and with Olympic track and field athletes.
After a rewarding experience with UGA Sports Medicine, Kevin attended Emory University where he received his Master's degree in Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from the Emory School of Medicine. He also completed additional training in pediatric orthopedics , orthopedic surgery and sports medicine.
In addition to being a certified physician assistant, Kevin also maintains certification as an athletic trainer (ATC) and strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). He is a Fellow member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Georgia Association of Physician Assistants and National Athletic Trainers’ Association