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Our practice seeks to provide patients with the best operative and nonoperative care for their musculoskeletal and spinal conditions.
We also pride ourselves on maximizing nonoperative treatment options for all patients before considering or suggesting surgical options.
We work closely with physical therapists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists and interventional pain management specialists to ensure that our patients have the best chance at recovering from a spinal or other musculoskeletal condition before surgery is considered.
We also frequently refer patients to neurologists, physiatrists, rheumatologists and other specialists to gain their perspective and provide patients with a multidisciplinary approach to a musculoskeletal condition.
For patients who have exhausted all other options and are found to be candidates for joint replacement or spine surgery, our physicians utilize their experience along with the latest technologies to provide our patients with the best surgical care possible.
Minimally invasive and image-guided techniques are used, when possible, to avoid collateral tissue damage, improve recovery times and avoid complications while maintaining the effectiveness of the surgical techniques that have been developed over the years.
To schedule an appointment to see one of our surgeons, please call us at 301-530-3220.Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic and Spine Surgery – National Capital Region
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
6420 Rockledge Drive
Suite 2200 Bethesda, MD 20817
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