Nerve, Bone, and Joint Institute


Nerve, Bone and Joint Institute


Who We Are

As a boutique medical practice, NBJI has pioneered a multidisciplinary team approach to diagnosing and treating neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. NBJI’s approach enables our physicians to provide full-spectrum patient care for those afflicted with neuro-musculoskeletal conditions.

Our specialty-focused practice, conveniently and efficiently, provides patients with deep and comprehensive care. We take pride in caring for our patients and we are committed to the success of each and every treatment and continue to care for each patient until an optimal outcome is achieved.



3 Washington Circle Suite 207/208
Washington, DC 20037

7500 Greenway Center Dr. Suite 520 Greenbelt, MD 20770

P:(202) 955-6001 F:(202) 955-6008


What We Cure


At Nerve, Bone and Joint Institute, we utilize our multidisciplinary training complemented by state-of-the-art medical devices to diagnose and treat neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. We evaluate patient conditions on a case-by-case basis and provide a personalized management plan for each individual patient condition. In creating the patient management plan, NBJI physicians consider a full-spectrum of treatment modalities encompassing restorative, regenerative, and reconstructive options.

This full-spectrum treatment approach may include non-operative, interventional and operative care. Our physicians provide emergency and non-emergency care in the fields of peripheral nerve surgery, surgery of the hand and physical medicine and rehabilitation.


Where to Find Us

NBJI’s headquarter is located in Washington, DC, in the historic Foggy Bottom area of the Nation’s capital within walking distance to the Foggy Bottom Metro and DuPont Circle metro stations, the George Washington University Hospital, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the White House. NBJI’s physicians also serve patients in satellite medical offices in the states of Maryland and Virginia. For our international patients, NBJI provides patient care and consultation in person or through technological modalities. Our physicians receive and provide care to international patients and aim to accommodate their special needs while in the United States. NBJI plans to establish physical offices in South American and Asian countries.