Virginia Spine Institute’s Director of Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Bharara has won the 2021 Top Doctor Award from Arlington Magazine. Dr. Bharara is a leader in non-surgical treatment for orthopedic and sports pain/injuries.
As a leading practitioner in the field of Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Niteesh Bharara redefines non-surgical treatment options for active individuals suffering from spine or orthopedic joint, tendon, and ligament conditions. He leads the Mid-Atlantic region in performing effective, natural regenerative therapies such as stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), prolotherapy, and micro-fragmented adipose/Lipogems procedures. Dr. Bharara’s distinguished expertise within this innovative field earned him the title of Washingtonian’s 2021 Face of Regenerative Medicine — a prestigious distinction presented to only one individual; thus, cementing him as a leader in the field. He has also traveled extensively internationally to lecture, teach, and train fellow physicians on the most advanced alternatives to surgery.
Dr. Bharara listens intently and works intensively to bridge treatment gaps by utilizing the body’s natural healing process to alleviate pain — all while supporting the patient’s goals for recovery. His philosophy promotes the practice of innovative and safe treatment options.
Dr. Niteesh Bharara is a world-renowned, double board certified orthopedic physician specializing in non-surgical sports medicine. He serves as the Director of Regenerative Medicine at Virginia Spine Institute and leads the Mid-Atlantic region in performing effective natural therapies such as stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), prolotherapy, and adipose injections. Dr. Bharara’s distinguished expertise within this field earned him 2022 Face of Regenerative Medicine, and Top Doctor recognition in consecutive years. Learn more about Dr. Bharara.