Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation

Serving you and your family with a broad scope of services for orthopaedic disabilities...

Board-certified, trained specialists address the full spectrum of orthopaedic musculoskeletal concerns, from pain management and sports medicine to total joint replacement.

Major Services Serving
  • Adult and geriatric outpatients
  • Inpatients and outpatients referred for rehabilitative services
Our Facilities
State-of-the-art equipment, facilities, and techniques are used in arthroscopic and open musculo-skeletal repair, reconstruction, and joint replacement.

Our Research
WRNMMC also participates in research in the advancement of orthopaedic care, evaluating cartilage growth and transplantation to arthritic knees.

What to expect when you arrive
You will be greeted by our front desk staff. For your first visit or a new injury, you will complete an intake questionnaire and verify third-party insurance.

For your follow-up appointment or treatment, simply announce your arrival to the front desk have a seat until called by your provider.

We welcome your feedback!
Customer service surveys are available at the front desk and in all treatment areas.

Our Customer Advocate, is also available during regular working hours or by email. See Contact Section above.

Our Individual Programs
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Service
Sports Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine specialists treat injuries with both surgical and non-surgical techniques, as well as with aggressive, proactive rehabilitation.
  • Restoring physical condition and function for knee and ankle dysfunction.
Knee School
  • Learn anatomy, ergonomics, and causes of pain. Strengthening and stretching exercises will be demonstrated
  • Wear your PT gear
  • When - 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, 2-3 p.m
  • Call (301) 295-6289 to register
Occupational Therapy Service
  • Driver Rehabilitation Division
  • TBI Occupational Therapy Division
  • Hand Therapy Division
  • In Patient Occupational Therapy Division
Physical Therapy Service
As our patient, you are a partner in your rehabilitation. Physical therapists and technicians provide you with expert knowledge, resources and guidance in the treatment and prevention of recurrent injuries.

Terms we use in your care...
Physical Therapy Evaluation – your first visit to a physical therapist.

Physical Therapy Follow-Up – subsequent appointments with a physical therapist to monitor your progress and reassess your treatment plan and goals.

Treatment Plan – schedule and detailed guidelines for your treatment.

Home Exercise Program (HEP) – treatment guidelines for your home program.

Range of Motion – measure of a joint's mobility; may be active, passive or active-assisted.

  • Physical therapists
  • Physical therapy technicians
  • Physical therapy students
  • OJT personnel
Pediatric Physical Therapy Support
  • Screening and assessment in the Pediatric Developmental and High Risk Clinics.
Amputee Care Service

Orthotics & Prosthetics Service

Orthopaedic Surgery Service
Specialists in hand, upper extremity, and microvascular surgery treat common and complex conditions including traumatic, degenerative, congenital, and overuse/repetitive motion injuries.

Foot, ankle, and adult-reconstructive surgeons perform joint reconstruction, replacement and revision.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Clinic
  • Rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction surgery
  • Instruction in exercise
  • Improving function
  • Education regarding the surgery and expected outcomes
  • Team
    • Physical therapist
    • Staff orthopedic surgeon
    • Orthopedic residents
    • Interns
    • Orthopedic technician
    • Orthotist
Total Joint Education
  • Are you scheduled for total knee or hip arthroplasties? Learn...
  • Pre-operative exercises
  • How to prepare your home
  • Standard durable medical equipment use after surgery
  • Proper footwear
  • Total hip dislocation precautions
  • Anticipated course and goals of physical therapy following surgery
  • A staff physical therapist teaches the Physical Therapy portion of the Total Joint Education class
Traumatic Brain Injury


Building: 19 Floor: 1

DSN: 295-4290

Front Desk
(301) 295-4290

(301) 295-6289

Toll Free Appointments:
(855) 227-6331

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
(301) 295-7850

Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday
0630 - 1330

A consult (referral) is required.