General orthopaedics involves the comprehensive and coordinated treatment of a vast array of musculoskeletal conditions. Whether a case is routine or extremely complex and rare, general orthopedists have undergone extensive training in order to address a full spectrum of disorders that may affect the bones, joints, cartilage, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. From the evaluation and management of degenerative diseases like arthritis to fracture care and complex surgical cases, the services provided by general orthopedists are wide-ranging and yet individualized to meet the unique needs and goals of each patient.
As the foundation of the orthopaedic profession, all OrthoVirginia physicians have been extensively trained in general orthopaedics. And, while a number of our physicians concentrate on subspecialty areas, many have chosen to stay abreast of the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal care making general orthopaedics their area of expertise. Using the latest in both operative and non-operative techniques, the ultimate goal of our physicians is to ensure that patients receive outstanding orthopaedic care for their musculoskeletal condition and experience restored or improved quality of life.
General Orthopaedics Physicians
OV Virginia Beach Physicians
OV Lynchburg Physicians
OV Northern Virginia Physicians
OV Richmond Physicians
Dennis - Knee Replacement; Treatment for Sciatic Nerve Problem
Mark - Repair of complex tear to meniscus
Caitlin, Molly and Michael - Pediatric Orthopedic Care
Tina - Broken Wrist, Knees, Shoulder Surgery for Teenage Daughters
Larry - Surgery to re-attach Quad Muscle
Summer's here and school is out of session, so that means children will be spending more time outdoors doing what they do best....running, jumping, skipping and tumbling. With increased activity comes an increased chance of injury. Forearm
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Growth plates are the softer parts of a child’s bones, where growth occurs. Located at each end of a bone, they regulate and determine the length and shape of the mature bone. They are the weakest link in a child’s developing skeleton
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