Category: Dr. Raj N. Sureja MD

Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block (LSNB)

Dr. Raj Sureja

Raj N. Sureja, MD My role as an Interventional Pain Management Physician is to provide treatments that offer pain relief and function restoration without surgery.  A lumbar nerve block delivers a local anesthetic or numbing medication to a nerve or set of nerves near the lower spine to provide pain relief.  The sympathetic nerves are… Read more »

What is Enthesitis?

Raj Sureja, MD

  The human skeleton is comprised of over 200 bones and over 600 muscles, all of which are connected to one another by specialized, fibrous tissues called tendons and ligaments.  Tendons attach muscle to bone and ligaments attach bone to other bones.  Each of these has a special connection or an attachment point called an… Read more »

Cervical Radiculopathy

Raj Sureja, MD

Raj N. Sureja, MD The human neck is comprised of seven vertebral bones known as the cervical area of the spine.  This column of bones is stacked on top of each other and houses the upper portion of the spinal cord and many nerve roots that shoot off and go to different areas of the… Read more »

Congratulations to OSC’s Top Docs for 2020!

Join us in congratulating Orthopaedic and Spine Center’s Top Docs for 2020!  These physicians were chosen by their physician peers in a survey conducted by Coastal Virginia Magazine.  Meet the OSC Physicians Chosen as Coastal Virginia Magazine Top Docs 2020     Pictured L to R – Robert J. Snyder, MD • Joel D. Stewart,… Read more »

Changes to Pain Management Procedures During the COVID-19 Crisis

Dr. Raj Sureja

  Raj N. Sureja, MD Now that we have resumed in-office procedures for pain management, I wanted to provide an update on process changes and what you can expect when you come to our office.  Check-in – When you come to our office for your scheduled procedure, you will be asked to check in downstairs… Read more »

COVID-19 Update on In-office Procedures at OSC

  Effective today, May 1, 2020, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has approved the resumption of elective surgical and in-office procedures which were postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis.  OSC will now reschedule patients for any in-office procedures that were postponed and will begin scheduling new patient procedures. We know this will be welcome news for… Read more »

Why Do I Feel “Pins & Needles”? Your Guide to the Symptom of Tingling

Dr. Sureja

  Raj N. Sureja, MD As an Interventional Pain Management Specialist, I frequently see patients who describe a feeling of “pin and needles” in different areas of the body.  But what exactly does this unpleasant tingling sensation represent insofar as a diagnosis and subsequent treatment?  In this article, I will discuss tingling, why it happens,… Read more »

In-Office Elective Medical Procedure Update

COVID-19 Update

To Our Valued Patients: Based on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s recent order regarding elective medical procedures in physician offices during the COVID-19 Pandemic, as well as medical society guidelines, we will have to postpone your procedure until at least 5-1-2020. If there is an adjustment to the date on which the governor’s mandate is lifted… Read more »

OSC Physicians Named as 2019 Top Docs in Virginia Living Magazine

We are delighted to announce that three of our physicians were named “2019 Top Doctors” by their physician peers in a state-wide survey completed by Virginia Living Magazine.  Please join us in congratulating them on this prestigious recognition! (LEFT TO RIGHT) Jenny L.F. Andrus, M.D. — Interventional Pain Management, Prolotherapy Raj N. Sureja, M.D. —… Read more »

Introducing the 2018 OSC Top Docs!

  We are delighted to introduce the 2018 OSC Top Docs, chosen by Hampton Roads physicians who participated in an annual survey conducted by Coastal Virginia Magazine.  Congratulations to all! From left to right: Raj N. Sureja, MD – Interventional Pain Management & Regenerative Medicine Mark W. McFarland, DO – Spine and Regenerative Medicine Jenny L.F…. Read more »