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For details on the educational background, extensive training and certifications of each of our staff members, please click on their photographs below.

Dr. John Cowin
Dr. Andrew Huntt
Dr. Carl Ollivierre
Dr. Chad Watkins

Dr. Carl Ollivierre

Dr. Carl Ollivierre

Dr. Ollivierre is among the few surgeons nationwide to specialize in the latest breakthrough in hip joint surgery, the anterior approach hip replacement. This pioneer technique involves less trauma to muscles and tissues, shorter recovery and rehab times and a dramatic decrease in the risk of hip dislocation.

Medical Degree
Howard University, College of Medicine

Howard University Hospital

Washington Hospital Center, General Surgery;
Howard University Hospital, Orthopaedic Surgery

Sports Medicine, Virginia
Sports Medicine Institute, Georgetown University

Board Certified
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Languages Spoken
English and Spanish

Community Involvement
Dr. Ollivierre recently returned from a week-long guest teaching position at St. George's University in Grenada. He was invited to fill this position by Chancellor Charles Modica. From May 23rd to May 29th, 2004 Dr. Ollivierre was a guest professor at the Clinical Skills Department of the School of Medicine, where he lectured on Musculoskeletal aspects of human anatomy.

St. George's University located in Grenada, West Indies is the first truly international school of medicine. Graduating 5,000 over the past 25 years, St. George's University has physicians practicing worldwide. Dr. Ollivierre's diverse background and numerous accreditations made him an excellent candidate for this position.
It is an honor to be selected for this position and exciting international news for the Leesburg community.


Lou Taffy

"My knee started bothering me and several friends recommended Dr. Ollivierre. I've had 4 procedures done by him, both knees and both hips. My right hip was a bigger deal as Dr. Ollivierre had to first remove the old replacement I'd had done years ago back in Georgia.

I was up and about in just three weeks. Now, at 83, I can dance for 1 - 2 hours non-stop. I can out-dance the average 40 year-old man.

I can't say enough good things about Dr. Ollivierre. He's a doctor and a friend and I'm pain-free! I recommend him to people all the time. I assure them they're in good hands."

Lou Taffy - Knee and Hip Replacements

"Patients like Lou are the reason I became an orthopaedic surgeon. He sees his 80s as a time to enjoy all that life has to offer. And I wholeheartedly agree."

- Dr. Carl Ollivierre

Diane Washburn

"I had my first hip replacement in 2005. I spent a week in the hospital and another week in a rehab facility. When I needed the other hip replaced, I called FMI and met with Dr. Ollivierre. He told me about anterior hip replacement and how it involves a lot less recovery time. After this hip replacement, I was home in four days and bounced back three times faster. Now I can tend to my orchid garden without a walker and without pain. I'm back 100 percent!"

Diane Washburn - Hip Replacement

"Anterior approach is a genuine breakthrough in hip replacement surgery. It requires far less hospital and recovery time. And, like Diane, most people needing hip surgery are eligible."

- Dr. Carl Ollivierre

Charlie Futrell

"I'm 90 and I've been a patient of Dr. Ollivierre's for years. I've competed in 116 triathlons, including 6 Iron Man World Championships. I did my first when I was 72 and placed 1st in the U.S. and 3rd in the world for my age group. I've also done 5 Olympic Distance Championships and competed in over 450 road races.

After completing a few triathlons this past summer, I became the first man over 90 to do so in U.S. history.

Dr. Ollivierre is a fine orthopaedist -- he keeps me going so I can keep competing and doing what I love."

Charlie Futrell - Physical Therapy

"What can I say about someone like Charlie other than he is a true inspiration? I'm just happy to help him stay pain-free so he can continue to pursue his passions."

- Dr. Carl Ollivierre