Sports Medicine Physician in Arlington, VA
Arlington orthopedic surgeon Dr. Steven Danaceau is an expert in advanced sports medicine. From unmatched traumatic injury care to minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery for ACL tears, meniscal injuries, and rotator cuff tears, we are committed to providing excellent care for athletes of all ages.
Dr. Danaceau has worked with a wide range of athletes, including high school teams, collegiate, and professional NFL teams like the Washington Redskins. He is as passionate about sports medicine as athletes are about their sport. At Arlington Musculoskeletal Center, we are pleased to offer sophisticated procedures and treatments such as:
Stem cell therapy is a leading-edge treatment derived from your own body. Stem cells are special cells that can become other kinds of cells under certain circumstances. In essence, they are like blank biological building blocks that can be activated to recreate specific tissues such as ligaments, cartilage, tendons, and bone.
We provide state-of-the-art surgical and nonsurgical care, including highly effective physical therapy services to help athletes not only heal, but strengthen and improve their bodies. We provide total joint rehabilitation, flexibility training, ultrasound therapy, neck and back pain care, electrical stimulation, spinal traction, and more to help you get back to the game you love.
Phonophoresis allows for enhanced medication delivery to specific areas of the body. Using ultrasound allows the body to more readily absorb topically (on the skin) applied medications such as analgesics to reduce pain, or anti-inflammatory medications.
Iontophoresis harnesses the healing power of mild electrical stimulation to treat sports injuries. Safe and effective, iontophoresis can speed healing by delivering certain kinds of medications such as anti-inflammatories to damaged tissues.
If you need comprehensive sports medicine care, look to the experts at Arlington Musculoskeletal Center. Call (703) 469-3971, or use our convenient online form today, for a better day on the field tomorrow.