Chad E. Aarons, MD, MPT
1501 Maple Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226
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8266 Atlee Road
MOB II, Suite 125
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
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St. Mary's Hospital
Certified American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Education and Training
University of Miami School of Medicine
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Atlanta Scottish Rite Hospital
Dr. Chad E. Aarons specializes in treatment of injuries, diseases and conditions of the musculoskeletal system with orthopedic care for children and is a member of the Pediatric Team at Tuckahoe Orthopaedics. Prior to medical school, he earned a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. He received his medical degree from University of Miami School of Medicine. He served both his internship and residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. From there, he advanced to Atlanta Scottish Rite Hospital where he was awarded a Pediatric Orthopaedic fellowship.
Dr. Aarons devotes his practice entirely to children, ranging from newborns to 21 years. He is trained to treat any orthopaedic condition involving children and is especially interested in scoliosis, hip disease and sports injuries. Many of his patients benefit from conservative treatments and less invasive surgeries. When surgery is required, he offers the most up-to-date surgical procedures. He participates in orthopaedic research and has published numerous papers. Recent publications are about pediatric ACL injuries and pediatric injuries related to Heelys (shoes).
Dr. Aarons grew up in southern New Jersey. He first lived in Richmond while pursuing his undergraduate studies at the University of Richmond. He has always enjoyed sports, especially soccer and ice hockey. As a teenager, he also experienced sports from a different perspective as he served as a student athletic trainer. He was an all-state soccer player in high school and continues to play soccer recreationally. Dr. Aarons is married and has one child. In his free time, he enjoys exercising, woodworking and spending time with his family.
Keywords: Broken arm, broken wrist, broken elbow, broken ankle, broken foot, broken hp, Perthes disease, bowlegs, Blount's disease, knock knees, genu valgum, limp, limping, dislocated knee cap, discoid meniscus, club foot, foot deformity, birth defect, dislocated hip, hip dysplasia, hip click, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, hip pain, leg length, difference/inequality, tarsal coalition, ankle pain, foot pain, ankle sprain, scoliosis, spine, deformity, back deformity, hunchback, kyphosis, gibbous, rib hump, Scheuermann's kyphosis, hump, back, spondylolysis, back pain, knee pain, torn ACL, torn meniscus, patella malt racking, torn ligament, knee instability, knee dislocation, patella dislocation, brittle bones, growing pains, curly toes