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World class care in your neighborhood.
Blue Ridge Orthopaedic & Spine Center provides comprehensive orthopaedic care for the entire family.
Our physicians are Board-certified, and have studied and trained with some of the best universities and hospitals in the country, including: Princeton, Georgetown Medical School, Rutgers, Stanford, Dartmouth, University of Michigan, Wake Forest University, Penn State, UPenn, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University and Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
We can take care of every area of the body, and we can do it here locally, with expertise that is unparalleled.
Our physicians perform complex, ground-breaking procedures, and fine-tune and develop innovative methods to shape the future of orthopaedic healthcare. We offer surgical and nonsurgical treatments, by way of general orthopaedics.
The Blue Ridge Physical Therapy team works exclusively in the treatment of orthopaedic conditions. We’re always adapting to new developments in the field, and offering the latest innovative treatment options. Our comprehensive approach to orthopaedic care enables us to meet patients’ individual therapy needs.
The Foundation of Blue Ridge Orthopaedics
With a heart for helping Fauquier and surrounding counties, The Foundation of Blue Ridge Orthopaedics supports non-profits who better the communities that Blue Ridge Orthopaedic & Spine Center serves.
Established in 2012 as Blue Ridge Orthopaedic Foundation, and renamed in 2018, this 501c3 has raised more than $270,000 for local non-profits that serve community needs over the last eight years.
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Practically everyone in my family has been to this practice one time or another. They have an exceptional staff and doctors. They are friendly and welcoming. Always willing to work with you no matter what the situation. In all my years of living in the area . I have had chances to go else where and yet still go to Blue Ridge.
– Tricia H.