Dr. Golinvaux (“Dr. G”) is a Colorado native, born and raised in Denver. He specializes in all aspects of upper extremity care, including the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand. Dr. Golinvaux graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology. He also earned his medical degree at Yale and completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Vanderbilt University. He then completed his training with the Harvard Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship.
Dr. Golinvaux is passionate about his profession and the relationships formed with his patients and their families. He considers it a special privilege to care for conditions anywhere throughout the upper extremity. This includes shoulder replacements and rotator cuff repairs, as well as the care of nerve problems, fracture fixation, and arthritis treatment throughout the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. He has authored several peer-reviewed research publications and book chapters, though his most meaningful work lies in the individualized care of his patients and helping to return them to their active lives following an injury or bout with a degenerative condition.
Dr. Golinvaux is a proud father and relishes his time spent with his wife and daughter. He grew up an avid ice hockey player and golfer, and he remains very active in both arenas. He also enjoys hiking, skiing, and attempting to learn photography in his spare time.