Clinical Services:
Dr. Frederick Parker
About Dr. Frederick Parker

Frederick W. Parker III, MD, MEd is a family physician and a primary care sports medicine specialist.  He’s an assistant clinical professor at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences where he received his medical degree. He continued his post-graduate training at the GWU Medical Center and the Ohio State Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.  Dr. Parker completed his family medicine and sports medicine training at the US Air Force Vance Medical Center in Oklahoma. He received a Master’s degree from Virginia Tech. 

Dr. Parker is a senior member of Novant Health Bull Run Family Medicine in Manassas, Virginia where he practices family and sports medicine. A member of The GW Medical Faculty he has previously served as a team physician for GWU Athletics. In addition to covering games and treating some GWU athletes, he serves as the team physician for Osbourn High School in Manassas, Virginia.

Dr. Parker is the member of the American College of Sports Medicine as well as the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. In 2010, he was awarded the prestigious Dr. Frank C. McCue III Sports Medicine Award presented each year to a physician who has made outstanding contribution to high school athletics in Virginia.

Dr. Parker is presently co-director of the Novant Health Prince William Medical Center Sports Medicine and Concussion Program and is a certified ImPACT Concussion Consultant.  His medical interests include primary care sports medicine, concussion management, and soft tissue ultrasound.