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What are symptoms of COVID-19?

The symptoms, transmission, and recovery are similar to influenza. Like the flu, COVID-19 causes mild respiratory illness in the majority of patients. Symptoms appear 2-14 days after exposure and include: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath.

How are we preparing for COVID-19?

We intend to remain operational and are actively educating providers and clinical teams with the latest CDC guidelines. All staff wash hands frequently and thoroughly disinfect patient rooms between each visit. We are working with multiple suppliers to optimize our supply of personal protective equipment, so we are prepared to protect patients, families, and employees from the spread of infection.

What should I do if I believe I've been exposed to COVID-19?

We have limited tests available at our office located at 9289 Old Keene Mill Road, Burke, VA 22015. If you believe you have been exposed and/or are experiencing symptoms, contact our office at 703-866-4144 or schedule an appointment online with Dr. Posner by clicking here.

Telemedicine Options

We offer Free Remote consultations for weight loss and primary care/urgent care concerns that can be done in the comfort of your own home or office. We schedule these appointments Monday-Saturday. Call 703-866-3133 or email for more information.

Message From Dr. Posner

These are unprecedented times. I have lived for 63 years, 39 of those as a doctor, and I do not remember there ever being an infectious pandemic that has impacted our country so negatively. Everyone’s lives have been changed.

During those 39 years as a doctor, I have witnessed this fact: People tend to have much more fear of the “unknown” than they do once they find out the answer as to what the problem is and what can (or cannot) be done about it.
Unfortunately, over my four decades of practicing primary care medicine, I have had to deliver really bad medical news to patients, such as cancer or serious organ disease diagnoses. The majority of the time, I have seen patients more fearful during the diagnostic stages than when I finally provide them the diagnosis, the treatment options and what can be expected.

In the case of Covid-19, there is much fear because we do not have many answers as yet: When will a vaccine become available? How far are we away from a treatment? When will our kids get back to school? Will the supermarkets run out of food? When will sporting events and conferences resume?
When can we expect life to get back to “normal”?