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Over 37 Years of Excellence and Dedicated Care

Living with pain isn’t living. Whether you’re suffering from an acute injury or a chronic issue, the doctors and team at
SMOC take a 360-degree approach to your wellness

Ready to feel better? Let the doctors at Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center help you say yes to a life without limits.

SMOC proudly serves the communities of Suffolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Elizabeth City, Hampton, Smithfield, Portsmouth

Our Team At SMOC, our unique team of highly qualified and experienced specialists have been changing lives for over 37 years.
Mako
New Era in
Joint replacement
  • Technology

    We are proud to offer the latest in Robotic technology & surgical joint replacement procedures including MAKOplasty and Jiffy Hip.

  • Expertise

    SMOC offers a comprehensive list of joint replacement services in Hampton Roads. We are an experienced team of surgeons and physical therapists.

  • Changing Lives

    Joint replacement surgery often vastly improves a patient’s quality of life by restoring function to their joints and alleviating pain and symptoms that were experienced prior to the procedure.

We Focus on You,
So you can Focus on
Staying Active
Sports Medicine
Experts

At SMOC our multi-disciplinary team works together to help athletes of every age and ability regain their game.

Workers Compensation

Whether you are a white-collar executive with repetitive motion issues or a blue-collar worker who’s been hurt on the line, SMOC has the resources to help you stay on the job.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Shoulder pain General symptoms of shoulder injuries

    The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body that enables a wide range of movements including forward flexion, abduction, adduction, external rotation, internal rotation and 360-degree circumduction.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Spine Anatomy of spine

    The spine also called the backbone, is made up of vertebral bones with cushioning intervertebral discs between them. The spine is designed to give us stability and smooth movement, as well as providing a corridor of protection for the delicate spinal cord.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Hip General symptoms of Hip injuries

    Pain felt inside the hip joint or your groin area is more likely to be because of the problems within the hip joint. Likewise, the pain felt on the outer side of your hip, upper thigh or buttocks may be a result of the problems of the muscles, ligaments, tendons and soft tissues surrounding the hip joint.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Knee

    The knee is a complex joint made up of different structures - bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles. They all work together to maintain the knee’s normal function and provide stability to the knee during movement.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Ankle General symptoms of ankle injuries

    The ankle joint connects the leg with the foot and is composed of three bones: the tibia, fibula, and talus. The tibia or shinbone and fibula or calf bone are bones of the lower leg, which articulate with the talus or ankle bone, enabling up and down movement of the foot.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Elbow General symptoms of elbow injuries

    The elbow is a complex joint formed by the articulation of three bones – the humerus, radius, and ulna. The elbow joint helps in bending or straightening of the arm to 180 degrees and lifting or moving objects.

  • Where Does it Hurt?Choose the body part to learn about Conditions and Treatments:
    Where Does it Hurt
    Wrist General symptoms of wrist injuries

    The wrist is comprised of 8 carpal bones. These wrist bones are attached to the radius and ulna of the forearm to form the wrist joint. They connect to 5 metacarpal bones that form the palm of the hand.

What Our Patients Have to SaySMOC patients share their experience
  • Paul Wood Deep Dives Back to
    a Full Life with SMOC

    “ I have traveled to many places, seen many different doctors, and no one has come close to giving me the relief of being pain – free like SMOC... View MORE

  • John and Tiffanie say “yes” to pain-free
    futures together

    Summer was the time of the year I look forward to the most. My family and I would visit the Outer Banks in North Carolina to enjoy the season... View MORE

Patient Reviews
Rating
  • Best Dr's ever. Dr.Henick and Dr. Fox

  • The doctors and staff at this office are first class!

  • When I first came into SMOC I could hardly walk. I was nervous and apprehensive. I saw Aksel Keklik,...

  • I had my first appt today and it was probably the best doctors office experience I've ever had. They...

  • I read some reviews here before I went for my first visit. I am happy to report that the administrat...

  • Years of Experience
    35
    +
    Years of Experience
  • Doctor and Staff
    21
    +
    Doctors & Staff
  • Happy Patients
    25000
    +
    Happy Patients
  • In office procedure suites
    4
    In office
    Procedure Suites
  • May
    26,
    2021
    Advancing the Treatment of Pain
    Advancing the
    Treatment of Pain

    Dr. Henick and Dr. Fox at Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center (SMOC) discuss alternative treatments for chronic pain.

  • March
    31,
    2021
    Foot
    Advancing the
    Treatment of Pain

    Join Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center (SMOC) at this Control Your Pain event: Register

  • March
    2017
    Video
    SMOC / Case Manager Meet and Greet Social – March, 2017
  • June
    25,
    2020
    Getting to Know SMOC
    Getting to Know
    SMOC

    Position: Radiology Technician Time at SMOC: 5 years What is your favorite hobby:

  • The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • American Association of Hand Surgery
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
  • American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery
  • Virginia Orthopaedic Society, Sentara
  • Sentara
  • Chesapeake Regional Medical Center
  • 5801 Harbour View Blvd
    Suite 200
    Suffolk, VA 23435

    Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

  • 501 Discovery Drive
    Chesapeake, VA 23320

    Monday-Friday
    8am-5pm

  • 150 Burnett’s Way
    Suite 100
    Suffolk, VA 23434

    Monday-Friday 8am-5pm