Thuy Phuong T. Vo, MD

Thuy Phuong Vo, MD

Thuy Phuong Vo, MD

Thuy Phuong T. Vo, MD

Family Medicine, Sports Medicine
Years of Experience
Clinical Interests
Arthritis, Concussion, Nutrition, Primary Care, Sports Injuries

8100 Ashton Ave
Manassas, VA 20109-5647


About Thuy Phuong T. Vo, MD

Dr. Thuy Phuong Vo is a primary care physician board certified in family medicine and primary care sports medicine. She joined Inova Health System in 2020 and has been practicing since 2016. Dr. Vo's love for sports and keen interest in musculoskeletal problems prompted her to specialize in non-operative sports medicine.

Prior to joining Inova, Dr. Vo worked as a sports medicine fellow with the VCU School of Medicine-Fairfax Family Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship program. Outside of work, she loves hiking in Shenandoah National Park, exploring other national parks, playing volleyball, cycling and spending time with friends and family.


Vo, TP, Yu TJ, Ho GW. "A Second Look at Lower Back Pain" Podium Presentation at 27th American Medical Society For Sports Medicine (AMSSM) Annual Meeting. Abstract Accepted and presented, Orlando, Florida

Vo, TP, Yu TJ, Ho GW. "Impact Project."

Vo, TP, Hymes RA. "Correlation of volumetric head injury with heterotopic ossification after fracture." Inova Fairfax, Virginia

Vo, TP. Gumbiner, BM. Yoder, M. "Cell Adhesion and Morphogenesis." Department of Cell Biology, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia

Medical School
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Fairfax Family Practice
Training Specialty: Family Medicine
7/01/2016 - 6/30/2019
Fairfax Family Practice
Training Specialty: Sports Medicine
7/1/2019 - 6/30/2020
Hospital Affiliations
Inova Ambulatory

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