Margaret Gradzka, M.D.
Dr. Gradzka was voted a top doctor by Washingtonian Magazine in 2005, 2008, and 2010, and by Northern Virginia Magazine in 2011.
- MD degree
Warsaw Medical School, Poland
Internship and Residency
- St. Luke’s Hospital
- Yale University
New Haven, CT
- Internal Medicine
- Fellow of American College of Rheumatology
- American Medical Association
- Virginia Rheumatology Society
Areas of Specialization
- Inflammatory conditions
- Autoimmune diseases
- Integrative therapies for chronic joint pain
- Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome
- Use of alternative treatments in conjunction with allopathic medicine
- Osteoporosis work up and treatment
- We use ultrasound guidance for each procedure in order to assure 100% accuracy of the treatment
- Regenerative medicine like Platelets Rich Plasma (PRP) is offered to treat many musculoskeletal conditions.
- Non surgical treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome using nerve hydro-dissection is performed successfully at our office.
What Should You Expect on Your First Visit
On your first visit, you can expect to have a conversation in regards to your medical concerns. Any previous records from other doctors, including tests, notes and blood work, will be reviewed. You will be asked many questions that will help Dr. Gradzka make an accurate diagnosis and develop an individualized treatment plan. After a detailed physical examination, tests like diagnostic ultrasound may be performed at the time of your visit. Dr. Gradzka may refer you for special studies such as x ray, MRI, bone scan or blood work if your condition requires it.
On Your Follow-up Visit
On your follow-up visit all diagnostic tests will be reviewed and discussed with you. A personalized treatment plan will be formulated to treat your specific condition. Dr Gradzka believes in a combination of allopathic medicine with alternative treatments. Our primary goal is to get you feeling better so you can return to your life.