Dr. Gorski has been in general orthopedic practice on Long Island since 1984. He graduated from the Marquette Medical College of Wisconsin in 1978. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), and is board certified by The American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS).
In his general orthopedic practice, he treats a variety of interesting problems involving the bones, muscles, tendons, and joints in the pelvis, arms, legs, neck and back. His observation that a shoulder problem causes neck pain arose out of his broad interest in and knowledge of general orthopedics. He particularly enjoys helping those patients with chronic neck pain who never thought their problem could be solved. He happens to believe that the Referred Shoulder Impingement Syndrome will become widely recognized as the missing link between the neck and the shoulder and that this syndrome underlies and explains many previously untreatable conditions. This may include not only chronic neck pain and whiplash but also trapezius spasm, trigger points, fibromyalgia, and various sleep disorders.