Dr Jason Le


Dr. Jason Le is a board-certified Family Medicine Physician with Fellowship training in Sports
Medicine, emphasizing Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Le
received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from A. T. Still University School of
Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU SOMA). He completed his Transitional Internship with
the Navy at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) and pursued additional training as a
Naval Flight Surgeon. He then spent the next three years caring for and deploying with Navy
and Marine Corps Aviators and Air Crew. His next journey moved him to Honolulu, HI, to
complete his Family Medicine Residency at the University of Hawaii before returning to Virginia
to complete his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
(VCOM). At VCOM, he worked with the Virginia Tech Hokies and Radford Highlanders.

Dr. Le uses the philosophy and principles of Osteopathic Medicine (there is interrelated unity in
all body systems, with each working with the other to heal in times of illness/injury) to treat his
patients better. He sees the body as a functional whole, and injuries to one system/location
affect the whole system. Dr. Le focuses on body biomechanics to better understand and
diagnose injuries. Then he pairs it with various regenerative procedures and targeted rehab to
decrease pain and improve function to return his patients to sports, work, hobbies, or daily

Dr. Le likes to work out, fish, travel, read, or acquire new hobbies or life skills outside work.
Please give Dr. Le a warm ROSM welcome when you see him.