Dr. Dailey is a pain management physician at Orthopedic Specialty Clinic. She received her Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Orthopedic Specialty Clinic is excited to announce the addition of Dr. Timothy Neary to our team.
Dr. Neary is a graduate of Gettysburg College where he played varsity lacrosse and earned an undergraduate degree in Chemistry. He then went to Eastern Virginia Medical School, graduating in 2013. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency in 2018 at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. Finally, he went on to complete a fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery with MedStar Orthopedics this past year.
During Dr. Neary’s fellowship he served as the team physician for Morgan State University and also served alongside the medical staff of the Baltimore Ravens, Washington Wizards and other local sports teams and universities.
Dr. Neary uses both operative and non-operative techniques to treat all sports-related injuries and in his general orthopedics practice. His surgical interests include arthroscopy of the ankle, knee, shoulder and hip as well as joint replacement surgery.
Dr. Neary is a tremendous addition to our team and he will be working out of both of our offices. You should see him on the sidelines of James Monroe football games as he will serve as their team physician.
To book an appointment with Dr. Neary, or any of our team, please call (540) 604-0779 from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
Podiatrist Specializing in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Dr. Brett Waverly is a Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgeon who joined Orthopedic Specialty Clinic in August 2017. He is a native of Portland, Oregon.
He earned his Bachelor’s of Science from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA and carried out his medical education at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA.
He completed his residency training at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, MN, a level I Trauma Center and a teaching affiliate of the University of Minnesota, where he focused on lower extremity trauma, foot and ankle reconstruction, and various elective procedures, as well as diabetic limb salvage.
Dr. Waverly completed a fellowship in advanced foot and ankle reconstruction and research at the prestigious Weil Foot and Ankle Institute in Illinois.
My job is to really help you reach your goals and maximize the amount of function that you can do to truly enjoy everyday life.
-Brett J. Waverly, DPM, AACFAS
- Foot and Ankle Arthritis
- Foot and Ankle Fractures and Trauma
- Achilles Tendonitis and Ruptures
- Flatfoot and High Arches
- Foot and Ankle Ligament and Tendon Injuries
- Ingrown Nails
- Ligament Injuries and Sprains
- Orthotics/Foot and Ankle Bracing
- Plantar Fasciitis/Bone Spurs/Heel Pain
- Sports Medicine of the Foot and Ankle
- Stress Fractures
Learn more about Dr. Waverly. Click to view his publications.
- Fleischer AE, Hshieh S, Crews RT, Waverly BJ, Jones JM, Klein EK, Weil Jr L, Weil LS. Does Second Metatarsal Length Correlate with Plantar Pressure Measurements Beneath the Second Metatarsophalangeal Joint During Walking. Foot and Ankle International. 39(5), 560-567. 2018.
- Abben KW, Sorensen MD, Waverly BJ. Immediate Weightbearing after First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Arthrodesis with Screw and Locking Plate Fixation: A Retrospective Review. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(4), 771-775. 2018.
- Waverly BJ, Sorensen MD, Sorensen TK. Early Weight Bearing Protocol in Operative Fixation of Acute Jones Fractures. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(3), 489-493. 2018.
- Albright RH, Waverly BJ, Fleischer AE, Klein EE, Weil, Jr L, Weil LS. Percutaneous Kirschner Wire versus Commercial Implant for Hammertoe Repair: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(2), 332-338. 2018.
- Boffeli TJ, Waverly BJ. The Utility of the Long Leg Axial View in Varus and Valgus Deformity: Case Series. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(5), 1043-1051. 2016.
- Boffeli TJ, Thompson JC, Waverly BJ, Pfannenstein RR, and Mahoney KJ. Incidence and Clinical Significance of Heterotopic Ossification After Partial Ray Resection. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(4), 714-719. 2016.
- Boffeli, TJ, Waverly, BJ. Medial and Lateral Plantar Artery Angiosome Rotational Flaps for Transmetatarsal and Lisfranc Amputation in Patients with Compromised Plantar Tissue. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(2), 351-361. 2016.
- Baca JM, Sorensen MD, Waverly BJ. Outcomes of Early Weight Bearing in Isolated Fibula Fractures. Submitted for publication to Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery.
Chapters in Textbook
- Haller, SE, Waverly, BJ, Weil Jr, L: The Scarf Procedure and The Rotational Scarf Procedure. In Dayton, P. (ed): Hallux Valgus Deformity. New York, Springer, 2017.
- Boffeli, TJ, Waverly, BJ: Transmetatarsal and Lisfranc Amputation. In Boffeli, T. (ed): Osteomyelitis of the Foot and Ankle: Medical and Surgical Management. New York, Springer, 2015.
- Waverly BJ, Haller SE, and Weil Jr. L. Point-Counterpoint: Is First Ray Hypermobility A Myth Or Reality With Hallux Valgus? Podiatry Today. 2017; 30(9): 50-53.
- Waverly BJ. “Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy for Sinus Tarsi Syndrome and Impingement Lesions.” Minnesota Podiatric Physician. Fall 2015/Winter 2016.
- Waverly BJ. “Decision Making for Syndesmotic Fixation: Screw versus Endobutton Fixation.” Minnesota Podiatric Physician. Spring 2015.
Dr. Xhaferi is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon with subspecialty fellowship training in joint replacement. After high school, he served in the US Army as a biomedical technician for six and a half years and received an honorable discharge. He went to college at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee and graduated Medical School from the University of Louisville in Kentucky.
Erik Krushinski, MD joined our practice in August 2008 with specialty training in Sports Medicine and arthroscopic surgery.
Dr. Krushinski completed his undergraduate degree at Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Biology. He completed his Medical Degree at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in Hershey, PA in 2002. He completed Orthopaedic Surgery training at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2007.
After completing his residency, he furthered his training by completing a one year fellowship in Sports Medicine and arthroscopic surgery at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. During this fellowship he gained valuable experience assisting in the care of the Baltimore Ravens and several university athletic programs. He currently serves as team physician for the University of Mary Washington.
Dr. Krushinski performs a wide variety of Orthopaedic procedures. He has special interests in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, as well as knee joint replacement and shoulder joint replacement.
Dr. Kirchmier is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon with subspecialty training and interest in Spine Surgery. He joined our practice in September 2002.
Dr. Kirchmier completed his undergraduate B.A. degree at Duke University in 1984. He earned his M.D. degree from the Medical College of Virginia in 1988, being elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He then completed his general surgery internship and orthopedic residency programs at Vanderbilt University from 1988 to 1993.
He furthered his training by completing an extra one year Spine Surgery Fellowship at the Minnesota Spine Center in Minneapolis under the direction of Dr. Robert Winter. This fellowship is considered the premier fellowship in the country for developing expertise in spinal reconstructive surgery and surgery for spinal deformity. The training also consisted of learning and perfecting the non-surgical treatment of all cervical (neck) and thoracolumbar (back) disorders.
Dr. Kirchmier has performed research in the field of low back degenerative disorders, and has written articles in peer reviewed journals and textbooks. Dr. Kirchmier specializes in the surgical treatment of spinal disorders.
I think a patient has to be educated about their problem.
That’s step one, before you do anything else.
-Raymond S. Kirchmier, Jr., MD