Orthopedic specialists in Reston, Virginia

Reston Hospital Center's orthopedic specialists provide personalized, patient-centered care for all your bone, joint and muscle needs. We offer advanced, award-winning programs for even the most complex conditions, and our orthopedic surgeons use advanced treatments to help you heal.

For more information about Reston Hospital Center's orthopedic services, you can reach one of our nurses 24/7 by calling (877) 689-3627.

Award-Winning orthopedic and spine care

We have received the National Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for our hip and knee replacement program.

We have also been recognized by Healthgrades as a 2021 Five-Star recipient for Spinal Fusion Surgery in addition to being awarded the 2020 Patient Safety Excellence award.

Advanced orthopedic care

Your care at our hospital is provided by board-certified doctors specially trained in orthopedics, orthopedic surgery, sports medicine and/or neurological care. Most of our specialists are also fellowship trained in their field. When possible, they will use innovative treatment methods, including minimally invasive and robot-assisted surgical procedures.

Orthopedic conditions we treat

Our orthopedic specialists treat a wide range of conditions, including:

Specialized spine care

Reston Hospital Center was the first facility in the Mid-Atlantic Region to offer an advanced robotic guidance system for spine surgery. Now, our orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons collaborate and use this innovative technology to provide you with effective spine procedures and treatments.

Sports medicine

When a sports-related injury interrupts your lifestyle, our sports medicine doctors are here to help every athlete and exercise enthusiast, from novice to professional. We provide access to outstanding sports medicine specialists who will customize a treatment plan to get you back in the game. They will employ nonsurgical treatments first, but are also fully equipped and capable of delivering surgical treatments as well.

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Orthopedic treatments we offer

We offer patients access to a variety of orthopedic treatments to ensure they receive the care that is right for them. This may include joint surgery, including joint revision and replacement surgeries pr specialty care, such as orthopedic oncology.

Advanced orthopedic surgery

When possible, our orthopedic and spine surgeons perform the latest surgical techniques, including minimally invasive and robot-assisted surgery. In fact, we are home to one of the region's most comprehensive robotic surgery programs. As part of that, our doctors are continuously learning about emerging technologies and techniques to deliver enhanced surgical experiences that reduce hospital stays and lessen recovery times.

Joint replacement surgery

When other treatments do not relieve joint pain, our surgeons may recommend joint replacement surgery. We offer programs for shoulder, hip and knee replacement surgeries. Our team also provides comprehensive support before and after surgery.

Travel Concierge Guide: For out-of-town patients and family members

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Reston Hospital Center is proud to offer an array of nationally recognized surgical services including one of the region’s most comprehensive robot-assisted surgery programs.

For family members of patients traveling from out-of-town or internationally, we have developed a travel concierge guide to help alleviate any additional stresses or concerns during you visit. Please utilize our helpful guide to schedule your stay in our beautiful city of Reston, Virginia.

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Orthopedic care at HCA Virginia

Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of your bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.

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