with Loudoun County’s premier orthopedic team.
Our experienced practice offers comprehensive orthopedic care for adults, teens, and children, from advanced surgical options and joint replacement to conservative care and physical therapy. It is our goal to help you get out there and do your thing!
The Orthopedic Group is the OG
The Orthopedic Group has deep roots in Loudoun County. Our skilled surgeons, physicians, and clinical and support staff are your one-stop orthopedic resource with the convenience of diagnosis, clinical care, diagnostic imaging, and rehabilitation therapy in-house. Whether your concern is arthritis, a hand injury, fracture, sports injury, foot, hip, or knee pain, we have a specialist to focus on you. Call us or request your appointment online.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Check out some of our frequently asked questions below; we hope it helps you find the info you need.
How do I know if I need to see an orthopedic specialist?
Orthopedic conditions can trigger a variety of symptoms. Schedule an evaluation with the OG if you are experiencing:
- Chronic pain
- Joint instability
- Difficulty sleeping because of discomfort
- Muscle spasms
- Numbness or tingling sensation
- Difficulty walking
- Swelling in the affected joint
- Sharp, stabbing pain
- Inability to bear weight on the affected joint
- Limited range of motion of the hip, knee, ankle, or another joint
- Radiating pain from one section of the body to another
- Worsening pain that does not get better
What types of issues can be treated during walk-ins?
We offer same-day appointments and walk-in hours for emerging orthopedic issues and injuries – often faster and more affordably than a visit to the ER. We see:
- Suspected fractures and broken bones
- Strains and sprains
- Injuries from slips, trips and falls
- Sports-related injuries
- Achilles tendinitis
- Plantar fasciitis and heel pain
- Acute knee pain (ACL or meniscus tears)
- Tendonitis and bursitis
- X-ray and casting
I was seen in the ER and told to follow up with an orthopedist. Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, our practice is accepting new patients and referrals. If you have test or imaging results from a previous visit or a trip to the ER, please bring them with you or have them sent to our office for your first visit.