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Welcome.  Please complete the New Patient Registration Kit by clicking HERE.  Fax, email, drop off, or mail the completed form to us along with copies of your driver's license and both the front and back of your insurance card.  Once received, we will contact you to schedule an appointment.

 

Please call us at (540) 423 6239 with any questions.  Leave a voicemail message if necessary and we will return your call as soon as possible.  Please remember that with few exceptions we only see patients on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm.

If you have a scheduled appointment, you can click here to enter the Virtual Waiting Room.

Welcome to Advanced Medical Sports & Spine, PLLC, the office of Dr. Daniel Halpert

We understand the devastating impact that pain can have on your life as we have treated patients from all over the world who suffer from pain.  Whether your symptoms originate from a recent or long-standing accident or injury or come from a medical, orthopedic, surgical, rheumatic, or neurological problem, we have the tools to help identify the correct source and the correct treatment of your pain.  

We use only the most cutting-edge technologies throughout our practice in order to bring you the most advanced treatment options available.  Our treatment plans consist of rehabilitation therapy, medication management, advanced image-guided targeted injections and ablations, and minimally invasive surgeries.  We always begin with only the most conservative of treatments first and will only progress onto more involved therapies if and when absolutely necessary. We will work together with you, as a team, to help return your quality of life and restore and optimize your functional level.

Treatment options include, although are not limited to,:

Epidural Steroid Injections

Joint (shoulder, knee, hip, etc.) injections

Sympathetic Nerve Blocks

Trigger Point Injections

Spinal and Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Kyphoplasty

Medication management

Ultrasound and X-ray guided injections

Radiofrequency lesioning of nerves innervating arthritic and painful joints

Physical and Occupational Therapy​

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