Joshua Martin, MD

Joshua Martin, MD

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Joshua Martin, MD

Now Serving Patients in Reston, Tyson, & Washington, DC

Dr. Martin is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician with fellowship training in Sports and Regenerative Medicine. He is native to the Washington D.C. area, having grown up in Montgomery County, Maryland. He subsequently moved to Boston, where he attended Harvard University, graduating Magna cum laude with highest honors in neurobiology, before receiving his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Martin completed his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the prestigious Northwestern/Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly known as the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago). Afterward, Dr. Martin furthered his sports medicine training, completing a fellowship in Sports and Regenerative Medicine at the New Jersey Regenerative Institute, working alongside the renowned Dr. Gerard Malanga. During his fellowship, he received extensive training in diagnostic and interventional ultrasound procedures, as well as regenerative procedures including Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Microfragmented Adipose (MFAT), Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC), Tenex, and Sonex.

Dr. Martin is passionate about teaching patients and other providers. As an intern, he was nominated by medical students for the Outstanding Teacher Award, and he has co-authored regenerative medicine chapters in multiple textbooks, including the sports medicine fellowship “Study Guide and Review for Boards” and “Clinical Guide to Musculoskeletal Medicine: A Multidisciplinary Approach.” Additionally, Dr. Martin co-created the “Malanga Talks” podcast, discussing musculoskeletal conditions with Dr. Gerard Malanga. He has presented at national conferences, taught musculoskeletal ultrasound, and participated in PRP and Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) research. Dr. Martin has also provided sports coverage for a wide variety of able-bodied and adaptive sports, including the Chicago marathon, the National Wheelchair Basketball championship, the NHL Sled Classic, and high school football. 

Outside of work, Dr. Martin is a lifetime runner, having previously captained high school cross country and track teams. Having recovered from numerous sports injuries himself, he knows first-hand what it’s like to sustain these injuries and how to optimally recover. He believes in a comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment, listening to each patient’s goals, while addressing pain, function, and injury prevention.