Our expert team of physicians is fully dedicated to delivering outstanding personal patient care, improving quality, cost-saving outcomes, and helping restore patients to a pain-free life.
Proven Solutions For Chronic Pain
Our highly skilled specialists continue to successfully use emerging technologies and innovative, patient-focused care to foster successful patient outcomes for an extensive variety of conditions and disorders.
Better Ways To Alleviate Your Pain
WDC Spine does not take shortcuts when it comes to your pain. Our strategy avoids the dangers of addictive narcotics and quick-heal tactics that keep you in and out of a doctor’s office, and instead empowers patients to embark on a path to complete recovery.
A Truly Unprecedented Vision
At WDC Spine, effective pain management and care isn’t just a mission, it’s a calling. We’re here to free patients from the burdens of constant medication and guide them to a world without pain.
Dr. Neil Chatterjee is a caring and considerate physiatrist serving the communities of Washington, DC and Woodbridge, VA. Dr. Chatterjee attended the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Faculty of Health Sciences, where he received his medical degree, and completed his internship in physical medicine and rehabilitation at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. Dr. Chatterjee runs his own practice, where he sees patients for pain management consultations, pain medicine prescriptions, spondylolysis, physical medicine/rehab consultations, and torticollis/neck deformations, as well as other common and specialized reasons. He is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is a member of the North American Spine Society, the International Spine Intervention Society, and the American Academy of Pain Medicine. Because Dr. Chatterjee is bilingual in English and Spanish, patients from a variety of backgrounds enjoy having him as their physician. Dr. Chatterjee is devoted to ensuring the longevity of his patients’ health and developing long-lasting relationships with them. He takes his time to understand symptoms and give correct diagnoses to ensure the continued health of all his patients.
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