When you come in for your visit I want to help you understand your condition and what your choices are for treatment.
Injuries or chronic conditions affect your ability to enjoy life. They can also keep you from being able to work, sleep, or engage in hobbies. We want to get you back to what is important to you.
I will do my best to answer your questions. Each patient is unique and we strive to take all factors of your health into consideration when making a choice for treatment.
Your input into your health is the most important factor when considering care.
We look forward to being able to help you should you need our services.
Mark H. Hadfield
I am Mark H. Hadfield an orthopedic surgeon in Midlothian, Virginia. I grew up in Amelia, Virginia. I am the son of Gary and Kathy Hadfield and currently reside in Chesterfield county with my wife Marnee and our seven children. We love being part of this wonderful community we live in and we stay active in multiple sporting, church, community, and scouting events.
It is great to be able to give back to an area that has given so much to me and my family. We have raised our family in the area with our oldest son nearing college age. Our 5 year old keeps us on our toes.
Playing sports and coaching them has reinforced the importance of hard work and dedication in all things. Sports has always been a big part of my life. I played multiple sports in youth leagues and went on to play Division I college football at Brigham Young University. I have been coaching youth sports in the Midlothian area for the past 10 years including baseball, basketball, and football.
Having rehabbed from sports injuries in the past, I know what it is like going through and coming back from injuries. This has helped me tremendously when it comes to empathizing with my patients as they are recovering from their injuries.
I can trace my desire to help others recover from injuries back to an event when my leg was hurt just before all-stars and the doctor told me that returning to play wasn't an option.
The news was a bitter pill to swallow and there is never a good time to get hurt but just before all-stars? I was upset with the doctor because he wouldn't let me play. In time I understood that he protected me from further injury and helped me recover fully. This experience along with the desire I have to help others is what made me decide to become a physician.
I dreamed of coming back close to where I was raised to help those with injuries or other conditions get their quality of life back. For the past 10 years, I have been able to live that dream and love what I do!
If you or a family member or someone that you treat as a physician is in need of orthopedic care please let me know. I will do my best to get my patients on the road to recovery.
Mark H. Hadfield