VSI Doctors Featured In Washingtonian Magazine: 15 Easy Tips for Improving Your Health in the New Year
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VSI Doctors Featured In Washingtonian Magazine: 15 Easy Tips for Improving Your Health in the New Year

As Featured in Washingtonian Magazine: 15 Easy Tips for Improving Your Health in the New Year Washingtonian asked select doctors from around the Washington, DC area to provide one piece of advice they wish their patients would follow. From VSI, Spine Surgeons Dr. Colin Haines and Dr. Ehsan Jazini, as well as Neurosurgeon Dr. William…

Patient Shares How She Overcame Bertolotti Syndrome without Surgery

Patient Shares How She Overcame Bertolotti Syndrome without Surgery

It’s never easy when you experience pain, but there’s no question it’s more difficult than ever when doctors can’t figure out the cause. When that happens, you need a doctor detective – one who is willing to take the time to help you figure out what’s going on and most importantly – what to do…

As Seen on Fox5 DC: Tips for Pain-Free Holiday Decorating

As Seen on Fox5 DC: Tips for Pain-Free Holiday Decorating

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says more than 14,000 people each year visit emergency departments in November and December for holiday decorating-related injuries. That’s more than 200 people a day during the holiday season! Dr. Yash Mehta, Interventional Spine & Sports Medicine specialist, shares some Holiday Habits to keep you from getting hurt. Watch the…

VSI Physicians Named 2023 Top Doctors by Washingtonian Magazine

VSI Physicians Named 2023 Top Doctors by Washingtonian Magazine

VSI doctors, Dr. Christopher Good, Dr. Niteesh Bharara, Dr. Thomas Schuler, Dr. Ehsan Jazini, Dr. Colin Haines, Dr. Thomas Nguyen, and Dr. Yash Mehta have all been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Doctors of 2023. Washingtonian Magazine’s list of Top Doctors is chosen based the election by fellow doctors: Physicians in the region are asked to…

As Seen on NBC4 Washington: Tips for Pet Owners to Prevent Back Issues

As Seen on NBC4 Washington: Tips for Pet Owners to Prevent Back Issues

65 million Americans have dogs in the US. Although pets can bring joy and laughter into a home, simple tasks like dog walking can actually be the source of back pain. From dogs lunging at squirrels and pulling and tugging on leashes, to all the bending you have to do to pick up after them,…