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Carlos Moreyra MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Sports Specialty
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Hospital

Clinical Expertise

General Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Fractures Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Knee & Hip Arthritis Shoulder & Knee Injuries Overuse Orthopedic Injuries


Dr. Carlos Moreyra is an orthopaedic surgeon currently working in rural Virginia. He sees a variety of common orthopedic conditions at his practice such as fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee & hip arthritis, shoulder & knee injuries, overuse orthopedic injuries, sports-related injuries, and common injuries in children. Dr. Moreyra has worked for the last three years in areas in the US with a critical need for an orthopaedic surgeon. He is also a Reservist in the US Navy. He obtained his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. After years as a Navy flight surgeon and a civilian clinical research associate consultant, Dr. Moreyra completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Temple University Hospital and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago. After fellowship, he voluntarily returned to active duty for 4 years, including a 7-month deployment to the US Navy-operated Role 3 Combat Hospital in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Dr. Moreyra is thorough in his evaluations and conservative in his approach to patient care. He performs all patient evaluations in his practice; he does not work with a physician extender (physician assistant or nurse practitioner). His treatment goals are to improve the musculoskeletal health of patients by following acceptable clinical standards of care taking into consideration the unique individual characteristics of patients and their condition. Where controversy exists in the management of care, he follows sound clinical judgment and the best available evidence. Surgery is offered only when there is a clinical indication for it. When both non-operative and operative solutions are reasonable treatment options for the patient, both of these are presented and discussed with the patient. It is Dr. Moreyra's goal for patients to get better and improve the quality and longevity of their lives, whether that requires surgery or not. He makes sure that he addresses all the questions his patients may have during their visit.
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Hospital Affiliations

(970) 522-0122

Education & Training

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago Program
Temple University Hospital Program
Temple University Hospital
Temple University School of Medicine
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