Sports Medicine

We serve as team physicians for the Washington Redskins, George Mason University Patriots and eighteen area high schools. Commonwealth Orthopaedics is equipped to help amateur, student and professional athletes alike. Whether it is an injury or just normal wear and tear, we work closely with our patients to develop individualized treatment plans to help them get back in the game.

Sports Team Physicians

As active members of their local community, many of our physicians serve as team physicians for professional, collegiate and area high school athletic teams. Many also serve as coaches, in youth athletics, as leaders in civic organizations and as volunteers for medical missions and other nonprofit causes. To see what teams that our physicians are associated with and to read more about them, choose from the menu below. For a complete listing of the area high schools and their team physicians go here.

Sports Medicine Services

  • Arthroscopic surgery (meniscal repair and ligament reconstruction)
  • Acute trauma
  • Fractures
  • Realignment of knee injuries (cartilage and ligament)
  • Surgery (knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow)
  • Total Joint

“Inside the Redskins”

Our physicians are being featured on “Inside the Redskins” providing weekly information on orthopaedic injuries and prevention tips. “Inside the Redskins” airs on NBC-4 on Saturdays, 10:30am-11:00 am.

Patient Stories

Patient Education

Education Animations

CLICK HERE to learn more about common orthopaedic procedures with Commonwealth's patient education animations

Helpful Links

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

This site will provide patients with a variety of excellent educational material and important links to other useful sites.

American College of Sports Medicine

This organization is one of the governing bodies for the development of scholastic and collegiate sports health programs and pre-participation requirements.

STOP Sports Injuries

The STOP Sports Injuries campaign was created by a coalition of organizations and corporations to help prevent athletic overuse and trauma injuries in kids.