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Physicians of the Greater Metropolitan Orthopaedic Institute have joined MedStar Orthopaedic Institute

We are pleased to announce that effective April 1, 2014 the physicians of the Greater Metropolitan Orthopaedic Institute have joined MedStar Orthopaedic Institute, which provides exceptional orthopaedic care across the Greater Washington region. In addition, our therapy practices have become part of the MedStar NRH Rehabilitation Network (MedStar NRH), one of the top rehabilitation providers in the country with more than 40 locations in D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia. Together, we are committed to providing you with exceptional, personalized care.

Rheumatology &
Arthritis Services

Physical and
Occupational Therapy

Infusion Therapy

Sports Medicine

Chee-Hahn Hung, M.D.

M. Theresa Carlini, M.D.

Rommaan S. Ahmad, M.D.

Physiatry Services in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia




Physiatrists, i.e. Pain Management and
Rehabilitation physicians, are medical doctors
who are:

  • Non-surgical spine specialists who use targeted
    spinal injections to diagnose and treat “sciatica,”
    back, buttocks, leg, neck, shoulder,
    and arm pain
  • EMG (electromyographers) who perform
    specialized nerve tests to determine if
    numbness or tingling is from diseases such
    as carpal tunnel syndrome,
    radiculopathy(bulging discs), or peripheral neuropathy
  • Experts at diagnosing and treating pain
  • Restore maximum function lost through injury, illness or disabling conditions
  • Treat the whole person, not just the problem area
  • Lead a team of medical professionals
  • Provide non-surgical treatments
  • Explain your medical problems and treatment plan
  • Work not only on treatment but also prevention

Rehabilitation physicians are nerve, muscle, and bone experts who treat injuries or illnesses that affect how you move. Rehabilitation physicians have completed training in the medical specialty physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R).

Rehabilitation physicians treat a wide range of problems from sore shoulders to spinal cord injuries. Their goal is to decrease pain and enhance performance without surgery. Rehabilitation physicians take the time needed to accurately pinpoint the source of an ailment. They then design a treatment plan that can be carried out by the patients themselves or with the help of the rehabilitation physician’s medical team. This medical team might include other physicians and health professionals, such as neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, and physical therapists. By providing an appropriate treatment plan, rehabilitation physicians help patients stay as active as possible at any age. Their broad medical expertise allows them to treat disabling conditions throughout a person’s lifetime.

  • Rehabilitation Physicians may treat the following conditions: