Family-Practice Sports Medicine
These family-practice physicians specialize in sports medicine.
Alec Anders, Germantown; 301-942-2212.
Thomas Howard, Fairfax; 703-391-2020.
Francis O’Connor, Fort Belvoir; 703-805-0619.
Frederick W. Parker III, Manassas; 703-368-3161.
Kevin M. Weaver, Herndon; 703-481-1505.
Also known as physical-rehabilitation specialists, physiatrists treat problems related to bones, muscles, and nerves. They work to improve function and alleviate pain without surgery.
Michael E. April, Rockville; 301-770-6301.
Brian Y. Kim, Germantown; 301-916-2600.
Mark Klaiman, Bethesda; 301-493-8884.
Wan Shin, Falls Church; 703-776-6086.
David P. Sniezek, downtown DC, 202-296-3555; McLean, 703-506-8471.
Neil Spiegel, Rockville; 301-231-5050.
Osteopathic physicians are doctors who study the same curriculum as MDs but also train in osteopathic manipulation, a form of hands-on care that’s used to diagnose and treat illness and injury.
Stephen Blood, Alexandria; 703-998-6760.
Alan Morrison, Northwest DC; 202-966-0622.
Podiatrists treat the foot and lower leg. Those listed here were recommended in a survey of doctors and are fellows of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine.
Lee Firestone, downtown DC, 202-223-4616; Chevy Chase, 301-913-5225.
Harold Glickman, downtown DC; 202-833-9797.
George D. Lane, Reston; 703-391-0211.
Howard G. Osterman, downtown DC, 202-331-9727; Silver Spring, 301-587-5666.
Franklin Polun, Potomac, 301-983-8202; Friendship Heights, 202-966-0900.
Seth Rubenstein, Reston; 703-391-0211.
Steven Vetter, Fairfax; 703-352-8888.
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