OrthoVirginia is a partner with Brother's Brother Foundation as a collection site for new or gently used medical equipment. So far in 2019 we have collected over 358lbs of medical equipment!
You can join us in donating items such as knee, ankle or wrist braces, crutches, boots, walkers, or polar ice machines. Drop off at our Arlington, Fairfax, Fair Oaks, Herndon, McLean, Reston, Springfield, or Tysons office during regular business hours.
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.
Innovative Return to Sport Program Provides Post-Rehabilitation Training
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.
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.)
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: http://www.cfnova.org/scholarships/other-scholarships/celebrate-cherie-scholarship
To apply to the Celebrate Cherie Scholarship go to: CCSF-application.pdf
To improve the musculoskeletal health and well-being of those who live in our communities