Ashley V. Austin, MD, is a board-certified primary care and sports medicine physician who specializes in non-operative management of pain and dysfunction in the muscular and skeletal systems due to acute injury or chronic injury/overuse syndromes.
Dr. Austin's clinical interests include using ultrasound guidance for diagnosis and treatment of muscle, bone, joint, tendon, ligament, and non-spine associated chronic nerve pain/injury. Her new interest also includes radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for chronic knee pain.
As a former Division I college athlete, she understands the importance of communication, team work, and shared decision-making, with the ultimate goal of returning patients back to their respective playing fields.
Dr. Austin enjoys hiking/mountaineering, playing soccer/basketball/tennis, snowboarding, cooking, traveling, rock climbing, reflective writing, watching movies and documentaries, and lake time with family and friends.
Education and Training
UW - Dept. of Family Medicine
Fellowship, 2019, Primary Care Sports Medicine
University of Virginia Health System
Residency, 2018, Family Medicine
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Internship, 2015, General Surgery
Medical College of Georgia
Medical Education, 2014
Family Medicine, 2018, American Board of Family Medicine