There is a little known muscle known as the psoas. You pronounce it “SO-as.” It’s surprising how so few people have ever heard of this muscle due to the fact that it is so vital to all movements. Almost all activities and sports that you participate in require the recruitment of your psoas muscles.
Areas of Expertise
- Board Certified in Anesthesiology by the American Board of Anesthesiology
Dr. Joshi is Georgia native raised in Savannah, who attended Windsor Forest High School. He earned his undergraduate degree in microbiology from the University of Georgia, Athens and his medical doctorate (M.D.) from the Medical College of Georgia, Augusta. He completed his internship at Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta and then went on to complete his residency at the renowned Anesthesia program at Indiana University.
Upon graduation, Dr. Joshi, worked at the Medical Center of Central Georgia - Macon, GA in cardiac and neuro anesthesia for a few years. He moved back to Atlanta to lead a team of Anesthesiologists and CRNA’s as Chief of Anesthesia at a successful private practice at Piedmont-Henry Hospital.
Dr. Joshi enjoys spending time with his family. His hobbies include playing tennis, staying fit, and traveling with his wife and two teenagers.