News and Articles
We are pleased to share two articles featuring the SMOC team in the Fall edition of Hampton Roads Physician magazine. The first (on page 14) is a feature on fellowship-trained physician assistant orthopaedist, Michael Mitchell. In the article, Michael shares some his medical background, as well as his direct experience with injuries and recovery as an athlete.
Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center – SMOC was one of the first pain clinics in Virginia to offer non-opioid treatments for patients suffering from chronic pain. Now, the practice wants to share its insights with anyone having to live with this ailment.
Dr. James Henick, MD and Dr. Bryan Fox, MD will discuss options in handling chronic pain, followed by a Q&A segment with the audience.
Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center – SMOC was one of the first pain clinics in Virginia to offer non-opioid treatments for patients suffering from chronic pain.
We joined the Arthritis Foundation and Dr. Meagan Eshbaugh, from the Center for Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases, on The Hampton Roads Show to talk about The Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run.
SMOC – Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, Inc’s very own, Dr. Catherine Rapp, MD will be discussing shoulder pains, treatments and surgery
Healthy joints are essential to maintain mobility in your body, through your fingers, toes, legs, back, and other parts. SMOC’s Total Joint Specialist, Dr. Geoffrey Wright, MD will discuss joint health, treatments, and surgeries for any and everyone to utilize in their everyday lives.
The room filled with conversation and delicious smells at the River Stone Chophouse on June 17th, 2019. Everyone was in good spirits, conversing with one another and enjoying a glass of their preferred drink.
Press Release: Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center Now Offers Patient Financing through BHG Patient Lending
Chesapeake, VA – June 1, 2019– Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, Inc. is pleased to announce that it now offers patients a new way to pay for their procedures through BHG Patient Lending.
Our story could probably be named, A Tale of Three Knees, although there are 4 knees that are a part of this story! My knee issues began while I was in the Army. I played intramural football; and as a soldier, ran about 5 miles a day in boots. That can’t be good for the joints. The pain carried on for years and as most people tend to do, I learned to live with a certain amount of pain.
Clark Brown remembers his days in the elite Night Stalkers unit of the Army Rangers. As an active member of Special Forces, he did things virtually no one else could. “Somalia, the movie “Blackhawk Down” that was all 160th Army Rangers.” His unit also teamed up with Seal Team 6, now known As DEVGRU.