Dr. William Wolf is an experienced board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon.
He is now the Medical Director for Integrative Regional Medical Center in Mechanicsville, VA. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology/Neurophysiology from Princeton University, his M.D. from George Washington University School of Medicine, and served his Orthopedic residency at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. He served a fellowship in Sports Medicine in Richmond, Virginia, and returned to the Washington, D.C area for practice, serving on the clinical staff at Georgetown University Hospital and the George Washington University Hospital, as well as directing the Sports Medicine education program at the National Rehabilitation Hospital and the Sports Medicine Department at the Capitol Hill Hospital.
He practiced for twenty years in Montgomery County, Maryland, managing his five Physician practice and serving during that period as Chief of Orthopedics at a local hospital. He also actively cared for some members of the Women’s Olympic Gymnastics team through three Olympic Games (Barcelona, Atlanta, Bejing). He moved his family to Middleburg, Virginia and is pleased to join the Integrative Regional Medical Center in Mechanicsville, VA. He is very involved in the Environmental Preservation community, having served as a Director of the Piedmont Environmental Council for ten years, and along with his wife Elizabeth and daughters Isabella (UVA ’13) and Alexandra (Wake Forest ’14) actively participates in the local equestrian community. He is also a current Director of the Oatlands Foundation.