About Us

Bone & Joint Specialistspatterson_shauntae

We are Orthopedic Surgeons serving the Winchester area of Northern Virginia, and The Shenandoah Valley. With over 100 combined years of experience and training at top-ranked schools, we provide the expertise you need with the family atmosphere you expect. We are located on the campus of the Winchester Medical Center and accept more insurers than any other orthopedic surgeons in Winchester. We treat arthritic joints, broken bones, and osteoporosis. Our orthopaedic surgeons specialize in medical and surgical treatment of the disease, injury or deformity of the skeletal system and its joints, tendons, muscles and associated structures. We also have specialized surgeons that are fellowship trained in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and hand surgery. We look forward to serving you. Call today for a consultation at 540-667-9252.

Jack H. Morana

DHA, MS, MSHA, FACHE

Chief Executive Officer

Ann Hurst

Office Manager

W. Alex Bruening

PA-C

Physician Assistant Team Leader

What’s New

  • AOSSM In Motion E-Newsletter Summer 2017

    The quarterly American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine In-Motion newsletter is now available, this quarter’s featured articles are: | The Magic of Stem Cells | Freezing Your Injuries with Cryotherapy—Good or Bad? | Patella Instability: When should surgery be considered? | Return to Play after ACL Reconstruction | You can click here to read/download it now.

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  • What is a partial knee replacement, and is it right for me?

    Article by Richard J. Patterson, M.D.   Partial knee replacement is a procedure to address the arthritis pain in a limited area of the knee. Physicians divide the knee into three {compartments — patellofemoral compartment, medial tibiofemoral compartment and lateral tibiofemoral compartment. A patient with arthritis can have different compartments affected in a non-unifom fashion. […]

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  • What is a torn hip labrum?

    Article by James W. Larson, III, M.D.   The labrum is a soft ring of cartilage that circles around the hip socket. It’s purpose is to make the hip more stable. It can be torn either in a single accident where the hip is twisted forcefully, or by repetitive damage due to a syndrome known […]

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  • AOSSM In Motion E-Newsletter Winter 2017

    The quarterly American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine In-Motion newsletter is now available, this quarter’s featured articles are: | New Treatment for ACL Repair | Stress Fractures in Basketball | Are PRP injections a magic wand for fixing athletes? | Keep Rowing Injuries at Bay | You can click here to read/download it now.

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  • Congratulations to Dr. Courtney

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Courtney received notification that he has passed the 2016 Recertification Examination.  Dr. Courtney achieved a percentile rank of 100% on his examination.  We at BJSW want to Congratulate Dr. Courtney on this outstanding achievement!

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