Community Involvement

OrthoVirginia is committed to supporting our community. We give back to organizations that align with our mission, the communities in which we serve, and our physician and staff philanthropic interests. OrthoVirginia strives to provide educational and health resources through community talks and mission trips. OrthoVirginia values all team members across the state and works to create a workplace that encourages wellness and giving back.

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Sponsorship Information

Community Outreach

Community Talks
Mission Trips
Partnership and Sponsorship
Supporting our Communities
25th Annual Plane Pull for Special Olympics

Humans of OrthoVirginia


Community Sports

Many of the best athletes in Virginia trust their joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments to OrthoVirginia’s sports medicine specialists. We provide services to numerous professional, college and high school teams, and serve as a trusted resource for local certified athletic trainers. Additionally, we are proud sponsors of many community youth sports associations and clubs.


Physicians for the following Teams:

Manson Patriots
Lynchburg Hornets
NightHawks Nova
Randolph WildCats
Lynchburg HillCats
FC Virginia

Get Back in the Game:

Innovative Return to Sport Program Provides Post-Rehabilitation Training

OrthoVirginia Sports Medicine physicians volunteer at high school and colleges as team physicians

OrthoVirginia partners with community youth sports programs as the official orthopaedic specialists of their club.  Our physicians provide free educational programs and we provide ATC coverage at home games.



Barnard Family Health & Wellness Scholarship

The Barnard Family Scholarship provides a single year scholarship to one or two deserving high school graduating seniors interested in or intending to pursue a health-related course of study at either college/university or other post-secondary educational institution.Eligible applications from Lynchburg region 2000 schools (Lynchburg and the counties of Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford, and Campbell.)

Celebrate Cherie Scholarship Fund

The Celebrate Cherie Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to deserving students pursuing careers in physical therapy. The fund was established to honor Cherie Amor Yadao, a physical therapist and manager at OrthoVirginia whose life was cut short in 2009 at the age of 35 after a valiant fight against a rare cancer.

For more information about the Celebrate Cherie Scholarship Fund go to:

To apply to the Celebrate Cherie Scholarship go to: CCSF-application.pdf

OV Timeline

  • 1994

    • OV Northern Virginia : Commonwealth Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, P.C., was established with the merger of a four-physician group in Herndon and a four-physician group in Reston.
  • 1996

    • OV Northern Virginia : Expanded practice with offices in Arlington and Vienna.
  • 1998

    • OV Northern Virginia : Opened its first physical therapy facility in the Arlington office.
  • 1999

    • OV Northern Virginia : Expanded practice with offices in Alexandria and Springfield and opened its first JCAHO outpatient surgery center in its Herndon location
  • 2000

    • OV Northern Virginia : Opened a new office in Fairfax
  • 2001

    • OV Northern Virginia : Opened a second outpatient surgery center in Fairfax
  • 2003

    • OV Richmond : Surgery Suites/Operatory Opened:
      • Shrader Surgery Suite – January 2003
      • Bremo Operatory – January 2003
  • 2005

    • OV Lynchburg : After joining to become one large orthopaedic group- OCCVA, they applied for a Certificate of Public Need (COPN) for an MRI, this was approved and construction began on the new facility to house the MRI.
    • OV Lynchburg : The three orthopaedic offices in Lyncburg, Piedmonth Orthopaedics, Blue Ridge Orthopaedics and Central Virginia Orthopaedics merged in 2005 to become The Orthopaedic Cener of Central Virginia (OCCVA)
  • 2008

    • OV Richmond : Ortho On Call – March 2008 – Busy Street Location Opened
    • OV Lynchburg : In 2008 the 3 orthopaedic offices In Lynchburg- previously Piedmonth Orthopaedics, Blue Ridge Orthopaedics and Central Virginia Orthopaedics moved into one building with the new MRI in house.
  • 2009

    • OV Richmond : First MRI Opened – ?
  • 2010

    • OV Northern Virginia : New Fair Oaks office opened on the campus of Inova Fair Oaks Hospital
  • 2011

    • OV Northern Virginia : The outpatient surgery center was accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care - also known as AAAHC or the Accreditation Association - a private, non-profit organization formed to assist ambulatory health care organizations improve the quality of care provided to patients.
    • OV Richmond : West End Orthopaedic Center renames to OrthoVirginia – 2011
  • 2012

    • OV Northern Virginia : The practice and The Washington Redskins formed a four-year partnership as the Official Orthopaedic and Physical Therapy Partner to promote community health and wellness initiatives.
  • 2013

    • OV Northern Virginia : Consolidated two Ambulatory Surgery Centers and opened the renovated Herndon Outpatient Surgery Center
  • 2015

    • OV Northern Virginia : Merged with OrthoVirginia and changed its 20 year name from Commonwealth Orthopaedics to OrthoVirginia
    • OV Lynchburg : In 2015 the Lynchburg office underwent construction to add more clinic space to the building
  • 2016

    • OV Northern Virginia : Opened McLean office near Tysons II
    • OV Richmond : Advanced Orthopaedics merges with OrthoVirginia – June 1, 2016
    • OV Lynchburg : On January 1, 2016 Orthopaedic Center of Central Virginia merged with OrthoVirginia, already established in Richmond and Northern Virginia. Now adding a 3rd region to OrthoVirginia.
  • 2017

    • OV Northern Virginia : Implemented a new integrated practice management and electronic medical record system called EPIC throughout OrthoVirginia.