Senior Services PROFILES SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
Locations in Bethesda and Arlington
Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Joseph O’Brien specializes in
minimally invasive spine surgery and revisions of failed spine surgeries.
A graduate of The George Washington School of Medicine, Dr. O’Brien
completed his training at the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center
with a fellowship in spinal reconstructive surgery. He spent nine years at
GWU as an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Neurological
Surgery. Additionally, he was formerly the Medical Director of Minimally
Invasive Spine Surgery at The GW Hospital.
Dr. O’Brien joined OrthoBethesda in 2017 and founded the Washington
Spine and Scoliosis Institute in 2017 with other members of the practice.
He has been published in a variety of medical journals including the
Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine; Neurosurgery, Journal of the American
Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery; and Current Orthopaedic Practice. His
research has been regularly presented internationally along with between
10-20 national research presentations per year.
Joseph O’Brien, MD
9701 Veirs Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
The Village at Rockville’s newest addition, Glenmere, has been designed
for the active retirement lifestyle today’s retirees aspire to, with 130 new,
modern apartment homes. The spacious one or two-bedroom layouts boast
high ceilings and upgrade options for appliances, flooring and finishes.
Glenmere brings a touch of modern living to The Village at Rockville’s
quaint campus, which is tucked in a quiet neighborhood, yet is still close to
shopping, dining and all the amenities Montgomery County offers.
“We are excited for the addition to our community,” says Sales Director
The Village at Rockville–
Lawren Lankford. “Glenmere enables individuals to live retirement on
their own terms and truly customize their experience with The Village at
Residents will also have the security of health care on-site including
assisted living, memory care, long-term care and myPotential
Rehabilitation. Glenmere is projected to open in 2020 pending final
approval by the Maryland Department of Aging.
A National Lutheran Community