We are an orthopedic sports medicine practice in Loudoun County Virginia. We manage the care of ath
Please consider donating new toys or gift cards for our toy drive. We are collecting toys in both our Lansdowne offices.
Due to a current outage with our email service provider we are unable to receive emails at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have service restored soon.
Congrats to our very own Dr. David Johnson for being a finalist for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce 2023 Community Leadership Awards, executive leader category. The winner will be announced annual meeting on January 20, 2023.
Good luck to all the finalists.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you to all who were able to donate something warm for those in need this winter season. We appreciate your generosity. Over 20 coats were collected in youth and adult sizes to help those big and small.
State Semi-Finals Saturday at 3pm. We hope to see lots of Bulldog fans at the game.
What can we see with an X-Ray vs MRI? There are certainly limitations to both imaging studies, but when used together we can see a much clearer picture of the injury.
From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving. Our offices will be closed Thursday November 24th and Friday November 25th. We will reopen with regular hours on Monday November 28th.
Post Turkey Day playoff football this week. What could be better?! We will be providing medical coverage at both games. We hope to see you from the field.
X-Rays are a quick and efficient way for your provider to see your bones and joints. Some of the things we look for are growth plate abnormalities, limb alignment, joint space narrowing, and loose bodies. These images, along with a physical examination, allow your provider to determine the best course of treatment.
Second Round of football playoffs is upon us. We will see you at these Regional matchups on Friday! Come out to support your team.
Daryl Copley, Director of Sports Science, discussing Orthopaedic weight management to the staff. Just one pound of weight loss can reduce lower extremity joint pressure by 4lbs on flat ground and 10lbs going down stairs. If you’d like to learn more about our weight management programs email [email protected]
We appreciate our Radiologic Technician, Courtney, every day of the year but we wanted to give her a special shout-out during
Thank you Courtney for taking such great care of our patients. We are very lucky to have you on the NSMI team!
Congrats on your first season Keep doing big things.
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Are you a Certified Athletic Trainer interested in Orthopaedics? Apply for our 1 year orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine residency program. Visit our website to apply online.
Last week of the regular season! Get out to the game to support your team!
We are now accepting donations for our Winter coat drive. If you have new or gently used coats that you would like to donate, please drop them off at our main office or physical therapy location in Lansdowne. We appreciate your generosity in helping those in-need stay warm this Winter.
Scary good football games coming to a stadium near you this Friday! We hope to see you there.
Vo2 Max testing available! Get to know your numbers and make positive changes to your training routine. Special just $125. You don’t have to be a marathon runner to benefit from vo2!
Fun-filled night of football this Friday! We hope to see you at the game.
Our staff sporting pink to promote breast cancer awareness. We honor the survivors and remember those that lost the battle. We encourage regular breast cancer screenings. Talk to your healthcare provider to determine the appropriate frequency for breast cancer screening.
Competition is heating-up across the county. Who will be victorious this Friday?
We would like to congratulate Athletic Trainer, Orthopaedic Technician, Erica Allen, on earning Employee of the Month for the month of October! Thank you so much for all the thoughtful care that you provide to our patients. You are a true asset to the NSMI family.
October is National Physical Therapy Month and we want to thank all our physical therapists and physical therapy assistants for all that they do to help our patients recover quicker and stronger from their injuries. Your hard work, dedication, and commitment gets our patients back to doing what they love, so from all of us here at NSMI, Thank you!
Today is the day! Join us in saving lives in our community by donating blood today! If you haven't registered yet, please consider being a donor today by being a walk-in donor from 10am to 1:30pm.
IMAGINE: You've just saved multiple lives by donating blood! Now what?! Here's a helpful checklist to ease your mind about the process post donation.
It's not too late, you can still register by visiting the link in our bio or our website.
Previous restrictions on individuals living in the UK from 1980 – 1996; time spent in France and Ireland from 1980 – 2001 have been removed by the FDA. These individuals are now eligible to donate! Use the link in our bio to sign-up or visit our website.
Chicago Bulls guard Lonzo Ball had “successful” arthroscopic knee surgery Wednesday, as doctors believe they have fixed the issue that caused lingering pain and debility for Ball since undergoing surgery in January. During knee arthroscopy, a surgeon can both diagnose and treat problems without having to make a large incision. Learn more about this versatile procedure at : https://bit.ly/3So8jET
What should you do the day that you are donating blood? Here's a helpful checklist to properly prepare you for your donation.
If you haven't signed up to donate there is still time. Visit the link in our bio to register to help save lives.
We will be providing medical coverage for these football games on Friday September 30th. We hope to see you at the game.
Childhood bone cancer can be diagnosed and treated in a variety of ways. Consider donating to local charities to help with childhood cancer research.
Checkout this helpful checklist to prepare you for our upcoming blood drive. If you are able please join us on Sunday October 2nd, 2022 from 10am-2pm. You can sign up by using the link in our bio. We hope to you see you there.
This month's Grand Rounds Speaker was presented by Dr. Thomas Sanders.
Dr. Sanders is an orthopedic foot and ankle specialist certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery practicing at Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Center (OFAC) in Falls Church, Virginia. He specializes in the treatment of ankle arthritis, lower extremity trauma, and fractures of the ankle and foot (calcaneus, talus, and Lisfranc injuries). He also helps patients in the Washington, DC, area with post-traumatic reconstruction, midfoot and forefoot arthritis, flatfoot reconstruction, and bunions/hammertoes.
Due to his own sports-related injury, Dr. Sanders has a special interest in minimally invasive and arthroscopic treatments for sports and athletic injuries to the foot and ankle.
Thanks Dr. Sanders for sharing your expertise with our team!
Education and professional development are at the cornerstone of the National Sports Medicine Institute. If you're a healthcare professional, athletic coach, or wellness expert, and want to speak at one of our upcoming Grand Rounds, hit us up in our DMs!
Signs and symptoms of childhood bone cancer are often disguised as very common injuries. The most common misdiagnosis is simple growing pains or muscle strains.
There's still time to register for our blood drive. Join us and our friends at Inova Blood Donor Services on October 2nd from 10am to 2pm. You can register via the link in our bio. Help us save some lives in our community by donating.
Friday means Lots of matchups on the schedule for this week! We hope to see you at the game.
We're looking to raise awareness of this September!
Bone cancer accounts for 4% of all childhood cancers.
The most common types of bone cancer are osteosarcoma (52%) and Ewing sarcoma (39%).
We're looking to raise awareness of this September!
Some symptoms of bone cancer in children include:
- Pain, stiffness or tenderness
- Pain that gets progressively worse over time
- Pain that awakes the child from sound sleep
- Swelling or mass around the affected bone
- Decreased motor skills; including difficulty walking or limping
- Weak bones, which may lead to a fracture
- Weight loss
The National Sports Medicine Institute specializes in the evaluation and treatment of Orthopaedic and Sports-related conditions.
We screen all of our patients for bone cancers but when it comes to treatment of bone cancer we refer our patients to highly qualified pediatric oncologist and orthopaedic oncologist.
Childhood cancer research is consistently underfunded and treatments can be financially devastating to families.
Donations to local and national organizations like Team Mathias and the American Cancer Society can help patients and families find support and access to care.
The National Sports Medicine Institute is a full-service sports medicine and orthopaedic clinic situated in Lansdowne, Virginia. The clinics services include state of the art sports injury evaluation and treatment by highly trained orthopaedic sports medicine specialists. The clinic also offers coordinated state of the art diagnostic imaging and physical therapy services.
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