Physical Therapy Satisfaction Survey
At Commonwealth Orthopaedics, our goal is to provide quality care to all of our patients and we strive to continually improve services. We welcome your opinion and appreciate your responses to the following questions. Simply click on the link below to access our short patient satisfaction survey. Thank you!
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Physical Therapy Clinics
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Thursday:
7:00a.m – 7:00p.m.
Friday: 7:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
1635 N. George Mason Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22205
(703) 810-5216 Phone
(703) 810-5405 Fax
Danielle Fishburn, DPT
8501 Arlington Boulevard
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
(703) 810-5218 Phone
(703) 810-5406 Fax
Virginia Fox, LPTA, MS
FAIR OAKS CLINIC
3620 Joseph Siewick Drive
Fairfax, VA 20171
(703) 810-5227 Phone
(703) 810-5447 Fax
Jennifer Ott, MPT
13350 Franklin Farm Road
Herndon, Virginia 20171
(703) 810-5205 Phone
(703) 810-5407 Fax
Jennifer E. Cox, DPT
1850 Town Center Parkway
Reston, Virginia 20190
(703) 810-5203 Phone
(703) 810-5408 Fax
Rachel Tate, DPT
6355 Walker Lane
Alexandria, Virginia 22310
(703) 810-5211 Phone
(703) 810-5410 Fax
Katie Kaiser, PT, DPT
TYSONS CORNER CLINIC
8320 Old Courthouse Road
Vienna, Virginia 22182
(703) 810-5214 Phone
(703) 810-5409 Fax
Daniel Plummer, DPT
Providing "hands on" therapy since 1998, Commonwealth Orthopaedics Physical Therapy was developed to serve the orthopaedic, work, and athletic needs of our patients.
Commonwealth Physical Therapy's "hands on" approach begins with an extensive evaluation of the patient's problem. Goals of treatment are discussed and agreed upon. An individualized treatment plan is developed to attain these goals and achieve maximum functional capacity. Commonwealth physical therapists pride themselves on their personalized manual therapy techniques.
The clinics are located adjacent to the Commonwealth physician offices which allows immediate communication, consult and follow-up with the patient's physician. All the physical therapists are registered and licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Dry Needling is an invasive technique used by physical and occupational therapists to treat acute and chronic pain, and rehabilitation from injury with very few side effects. The technique uses a filament needle, without medication or injection, which is inserted into areas of the muscle known as trigger points. A trigger point describes a taut band of skeletal muscle located within a larger muscle group. Trigger points can be tender to the touch and can refer pain to distant parts of the body. Physical and Occupational therapists utilize dry needling with the goal of releasing/inactivating the trigger points and relieving pain. Preliminary research supports that dry needling improves pain control, reduces muscle tension, and facilitates an accelerated return to active rehabilitation.
Dry needling should not be confused with acupuncture. They are two different things. Acupuncture uses points that lie along the body's meridians or energy channels, while myofascial dry needling uses points that are defined by western based anatomy and physiology.
Dry needling is currently available at 4 Commonwealth locations, Fairfax, Reston, Springfield and Tysons. It does require a prescription from a physician.
For more information about Dry Needling go to: http://www.c-o-r.com/commonwealth_mag_v5i3.pdf#page=15
Physical Therapy Testimonials
“Thank you, you are great people and you did a wonderful job on my knee.
I am very pleased with the results and so is Dr. Kittredge. It is not very
often you find a group of people that area all so friendly, pleasant and professional.”
Michael – Springfield
“I recently completed two months of physical therapy at your Reston facility.
The facility is very well run and equipped. It has a pleasant atmosphere and
all the personnel involved are professional and also very nice and welcoming.
My therapist, Allison, is wonderful. She is totally professional, extremely
talented and hard working, and a very, very nice and thoughtful person. I
would not only recommend your facility, I would actively urge friends to consider
Georgia – Reston
“I have just recently finished a session of physical therapy at the Arlington
facility. I feel compelled to let you know how pleased I was with the treatment
I received. Not only am I feeling better physically, but I was very impressed
with the staff at the center. From the welcoming front desk staff to the professional
therapist and assistants, I was treated with utmost courtesy and care by all.
You can be very proud of all of the employees, as they should be of themselves.
Thank you for this positive experience.”
Carol – Falls Church
“Everyone was very courteous and professional. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend
any of the therapists. The staff personnel were always very helpful and pleasant.
Anonymous – Arlington