Dr. Ali Moshirfar 

Orthopaedic & Spine Surgery Institute

Dr. Moshirfar

Dr. Ali Moshirfar, MD

Dr. Ali Moshirfar is the Founder and CEO of the Orthopedic & Spine Surgery Institute (OSSI).  

Dr. Moshirfar is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and focuses his practice on spinal disorders.  His early interests were in engineering, and was granted a full scholarship to the University of Maryland, College Park Campus.  He was interested in medicine though, and particularly in orthopedic and spine injuries, which was brought on by his volunteer activities in the Department of Fire and Rescue in Montgomery County, Maryland, as a certified emergency medical technician and a firefighter. Dr. Moshirfar completed an Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He then pursued his interest in spine surgery at the prestigious spine center in New England Baptist Hospital. 

As the Senior Director of the Orthopedic and Spine Surgery Institute, Dr. Moshirfar performs the most advanced surgical procedures from minimally invasive spine surgery and motion preserving disc replacement surgery to the latest techniques in spinal fusion and reconstruction.

Dr. Moshirfar is currently The President of Medical Staff at Inova Loudoun Hospital.  He is also an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins University Hospital, where he continues to teach and conduct research.  Additionally, Dr. Moshirfar serves as Director of Spine Surgery and the Inova Spine Program at Inova Loudoun Hospital and is a member of The Inova Neuroscience and Spine Institute. 

Dr. Moshirfar has had numerous peer-reviewed publications and national presentations.  He is an editor for Spine Line, the peer-reviewed journal of the North American Spine Society. 

Dr. Moshirfar values patient education, thorough examination, and utilizing less invasive methods of treatment. He cares for patients using a range of surgical and non-surgical treatments designed to provide lasting relief.

 Philosophy of Care:

“No one should suffer from chronic neck and back problems, as most disorders can be treated conservatively. When conservative treatment options fail, with new innovative minimally invasive spine procedures, numerous options exist to alleviate pain and restore function and improve one’s quality of life. The key to success is to have an informed patient and a quality health care team.”