Category: News and Events

Preparing for Your Interventional Pain Management Appointment

Jenny L. F. Andrus, MD Chronic Pain is a difficult burden for patients to bear and especially when dealing with doctor appointments.  Because many chronic pain patients have seen multiple doctors, taken many different prescriptions and even have had multiple surgeries, the idea of seeing yet another doctor may be almost unbearable. Even more so… Read more »

Hurricane Florence – Important Information for our Patients

Please read the entire message for important information! Waiting for a major hurricane to make landfall is a time of uncertainty for us all. While we don’t know exactly when or where Florence will hit, the safety and well-being of our patients and employees is of our utmost concern. Over the next few days, OSC… Read more »

Changes Coming to OSC Patient Portal to Better Serve You

We appreciate your use of the OSC Patient Portal and want to alert you to some upcoming changes which will occur on September 12th. Our Portal provider (NextGen) will be updating security and streamlining the user experience. Please note that you may be prompted to provide additional information or change your credentials if they do… 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 »

What is De Quervain’s Tendinitis?

Robert J. Snyder, MD Recently, I saw a middle-aged female in my practice who complained of pain in her wrist radiating to her thumb. She said that the pain just started one day and that she had been treating it at home for about 2 weeks with Aleve and ice.  She was concerned as she… Read more »

Self-Care in Relationships

F. Cal Robinson, PsyD Relationship self-care is about balancing two different priorities: Maintaining healthy, supportive relationships, and ensuring you have diversity in your relationships. There are many ways to connect and nurture relationships in life and it is a joint venture to determine the best ways to meet everyone’s needs. Self-Care in relationships is also… Read more »

Nerve Compression in the Foot or Ankle

Raj N. Sureja, MD When we hear the term “pinched nerve”, we typically think of the neck or lower back.  But pinched or compressed nerves can occur anywhere in the body and the foot or ankle are no exception.  When a bone, tendon or ligament presses against a nerve, pain and dysfunction can result. Common… Read more »

July 12 Lecture Features Dr. Mark McFarland & Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine:  Stem Cell Therapy & Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Join Dr. Mark McFarland for an interactive discussion about Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy. Regenerative Medicine uses the body’s own healing properties to repair damaged cartilage and tendon, mend torn ligaments, heal damaged spinal discs and restore function, without surgery. Not only for… Read more »

OSC will be Closed in Observance of Independence Day

All offices of Orthopaedic & Spine Center will be closed in observance of Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4.  We will be open the rest of the week to provide care for you and your family. Please contact us now for prescriptions refills, any paperwork/documentation, or anything else that you may need before the National Holiday…. Read more »