Holy Cross Hospital – Silver Spring
8401 Connecticut Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
From the top professional
Philip Schneider, M.D. is an orthopaedic spine surgeon in Chevy Chase, MD. He is Vice-President of The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics, the largest orthopaedic practice in the United States. Dr. Schneider is also the founder and Director of the Holy Cross Hospital Spine Center, the first accredited Spine Center of Excellence in the D.C. area. He has also served as the Chief of Staff of Holy Cross Hospital and served on the Board of Trustees. Dr. Schneider is involved in research and teaching other spine surgeons, and has over 60 major presentations and publications. He assists the federal government with spine care in the U.S. by serving as Co-Chair of Medicare’s Expert Panel on spine fusions and has served in the AMA House of Delegates. Dr. Schneider is currently the President of the National Association of Spine Specialists and also serves on the Board of the Directors of the North American Spine Society. He has been recognized annually by Washingtonian Magazine as a Top Doctor since 2003. Consumer Reports, Consumer Checkbook, and the Consumer Research Council has also recognized him as a Top Surgeon since 2002. Dr. Schneider is a proud University of Maryland graduate and serves on the University of Maryland Board of Trustees and and also the Terrapin Club Board of Directors. You will find Dr. Schneider at virtually every Maryland basketball and football game.
Top Doctor, Bethesda Magazine, multiple years
Top Doctor, Washingtonian Magazine, multiple years
Top Doctor, Washington Consumer’s Checkbook, multiple years
Top Doctor, Consumer Research Council of America, multiple years
Best Physician, U.S. News and World Report
Alumnus of the Year, University of Maryland Dept of Chemistry/Biochemistry
Meritorious Service Award, Holy Cross Hospital
Merit Award, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation
Dedicated Service Award, Montgomery County Medical Society
Recognition Award, Montgomery County Health Department