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About Virginia Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Doctors

At Virginia Orthopedics, we provide care for General Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Needs

Virginia Orthopedic in Fairfax
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At Virginia Orthopedics, our board certified doctors provide you with the best care in Orthopedic and Sports Medicine needs. Additional rigor of the Sports Medicine enables our doctors to provide specialized care to athletes and non-athletes alike. We adequately assess, diagnose, and treat a variety of sports and non-sports related injuries. We work with patients to develop treatment plans tailored to their specific needs. So, whether you’re suffering from sports related injury or need consultation to begin an activity regiment, please contact us.

Our goal is to get you back to doing what you love. We treat everyone from athletic to active lifestyles for all ages. We strive to help our patients live more active lives by treating and preventing pain, injury, and degeneration. Our goal is to address musculoskeletal issues, so that our patients achieve maximum mobility while minimizing pain.

Virginia Orthopedic in Fairfax VA

Virginia Orthopedics Specializes in the Following Areas


Virginia Orthopedics specializes in identifying, treating, and preventing musculoskeletal injuries to help you achieve optimal health and performance goals through a non-surgical approach. We specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries of musculoskeletal areas such as joints, bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Sports Medicine is the specialized field of medicine dedicated to the treatment of conditions, injuries, and disorders that can affect the musculoskeletal system. Patients experiencing pain in joints, muscles, tendons or other musculoskeletal areas should consult Virginia Orthopedic doctors for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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At Virginia Orthopedics, we offer non-surgical procedures and treatments such as injections and manual manipulation to help your body heal. Approximately 90% of sports and other injuries do not require surgery and a non-surgical alternative may be the best course of action. Our doctors pursue minimally invasive procedures to reduce discomfort and improve mobility for issues regarding joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other musculoskeletal issues. Our doctors specialize in ultrasound guided injections such as viscosupplement injections to relieve joint pain and discomfort and increase mobility and flexibility. Additionally, our doctors perform corticosteroid injections for joint pain and swelling due to arthritis and injuries.

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At Virginia Orthopedics, we specialize in regenerative medicine such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). This non-operative, minimally invasive and safe alternative to surgery allows for faster pain and injury relief. Athletes and active individuals experiencing pain and injury can benefit from regenerative medicine to jumpstart the body’s natural healing process. Patients often experience less downtime than with many surgical approaches. Regenerative medicine is used across many professional sports and athletes to accelerate the healing process.


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We often use ultrasound to evaluate joint, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, soft tissue, and blood vessels. Our doctors perform ultrasound imaging in the office to diagnose issues deep into the body such as tears, impingement, scar tissue, and other abnormalities. Ultrasound imaging is also used to ensure precise needle placement during injections. Ultrasound imaging is different from traditional X-Ray imaging and does not expose the patient to radiation because it uses sound waves to create an image on the screen, similar to the imaging used during pregnancy.
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Why Choose Care at Virginia Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Doctor?

Sports medicine doctors are trained to diagnose and treat injuries and conditions related to the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones of the skeleton, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissue. Sports Medicine doctors have extensive knowledge of the types of injuries that athletes and active individuals are most susceptible to, such as stress fractures, sprains, concussions, muscle cramps, ACL injuries, and shin splints. Additionally, they specialize in injuries and pain experienced as a result of everyday stress on the body, work conditions, active lifestyle, repetitive motion, and aging. It is the responsibility and goal of a sports medicine specialist to help individuals avoid injury and minimize pain to propel them back to their active lifestyles.

Common examples of orthopedics and musculoskeletal conditions treated by Sports Medicine Doctors include:

> Acute injuries (such as ankle sprains, muscle strains, knee & shoulder injuries, and fractures)

> Overuse injuries (such as rotator cuff and other forms of tendonitis and stress fractures)


> Medical and injection therapies for osteoarthritis

Along with musculoskeletal care, Sports Medicine Doctors also specialize in non-musculoskeletal aspects of sports medicine. Common examples of these include:

> Concussion (mild traumatic brain injury) and other head injuries

> Athletes with chronic or acute illness (such as infectious mononucleosis, asthma or diabetes)
> Nutrition, supplements, ergogenic aids, and performance issues
> Exercise prescription for patients who want to increase their fitness > Injury prevention
> “Return to play” decisions in the sick or injured athlete
> Recommendations on safe strength training and conditioning exercises
> Healthy lifestyle promotion

Virginia Orthopedic in Fairfax VA

Our goal is to get you back to doing what you love

At Virginia Orthopedic in Fairfax, we treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries and provide a treatment plan personalized for each individual.