George Richardson, III, MD

Physician in Mount Pleasant, SC
Specialties:Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Rating 4.9
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NPI #1417932252

George Robert Richardson, III, MD

Dr. G. Robert Richardson is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, with a sub-specialty in non-operative spine treatment, including spinal injection therapy, physical therapy, and medication management. He was born and raised in Charleston, SC, earned his Medical Degree, and completed his residency at MUSC. He was a physician partner at Southeastern Spine Institute (SSI) for over 20 years. He served as the Medical Director for the SSI Ambulatory Surgery Center until joining the team at MUSC in 2022. Dr. Richardson has an extensive background in diagnosing and treating spine-related pain and conditions. He has expertise in diagnostic evaluation, including MRI interpretation and EMG (nerve) studies when appropriate to determine the best treatment plan to suit the patient's needs.

Board Certifications: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Clinical Areas of Interest
  • Conservative spine care with physical therapy
  • Medication management
  • EMGs and spinal injections
  • Fellowship at Carolina Spine Institute
  • Residency at Medical University of South Carolina
  • Internship at Medical University of South Carolina
  • Medical School at Medical University of South Carolina

Insurances Accepted

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My Offices

  • Map of 1122 Chuck Dawley Boulevard in Mount Pleasant
    MUSC Health Spine Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
    Primary Office
    1122 Chuck Dawley Boulevard
    Building B
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
    Day of the WeekHours
    Monday8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Tuesday8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Wednesday8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Thursday8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Friday8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Map of 1122 Chuck Dawley Boulevard in Mount Pleasant


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