Tushar U. Gajjar, MD

Dr. Gajjar is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He completed his internship at Baylor University Medical Center, followed by an anesthesiology residency at George Washington University, where he went on to serve as an assistant professor. Dr. Gajjar completed his fellowship in pain management at Brighamand Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Gajjar is an experienced pain management anesthesiologist. He and his staff focus on improving the quality of life for patients living with pain by offering patients the latest advances in pain management including: epidural steroid injections, facet injections, radiofrequency lesioning, sympathetic blocks, discograms, spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal pumps. In addition, many patients with neck and low back pain benefit from his care.

Dr. Gajjar had an independent practice in Williamsburg for more than 15 years before joining Riverside in 2014. He has traveled throughout the world, but mostly, he enjoys spending time with his family in Williamsburg.

Locations

Riverside Pain Management Specialists
120 Kings Way
Suite 2700
Williamsburg, VA
(757) 221-0110

Medical School

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Residency

Baylor University Medical Ctr
George Washington Univ Medical Center

Fellowship

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Board Certifications

American Board of Anesthesiology
American Board of Anesthesiology/Pain Management

The Patent Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider-related questions from our leading, independent patient satisfaction research group.

Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

Provider Explained Things Clearly

4.67

Provider Listened Carefully

4.75

Provider Gave Easy to Understand Instructions

4.79

Provider Showed Respect

4.74

Provider Knew Medical History

4.59

Recommend Provider's Office

4.72

Provider Spent Enough Time

4.74

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