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Awards and Publications
Dr. Pereles has family roots in the Midwest and grew up in Potomac, MD. He was a university scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Chemistry. Dr. Pereles was a four year letterman in swimming. He stayed at the University of Pennsylvania for medical school where he graduated with his M.D. in 1987. He went on to complete an Orthopaedic residency at the George Washington University and a Sports Medicine Fellowship at Orthopaedic Research of Virginia, after which he began practice with Montgomery Orthopaedics in 1993. He is board certified and holds a Certificate of added qualifications for Sports Medicine. Dr. Pereles is an Assistant Professor at George Washington University and is the Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery at Holy Cross Hospital. He is a physician volunteer with the United States Olympic Committee and serves on the Science and Advisory Board of Runner’s World Magazine. Dr. Pereles is an avid runner and tri athlete having completed in 8 marathons including the Marine Corps, Chicago and Boston marathons. His triathlon experience includes the Timberman Half Ironman, NYC, Columbia and Nation’s triathlons. He subspecializes in arthroscopic shoulder and knee reconstructions and works extensively with runners and swimmers, and lectures for the Montgomery County Road Runners Club. He is listed as Top Doctor and Surgeon in Washingtonian and Consumer Checkbook Magazines
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Pereles was very good. He was very quick with examining the x-ray structures of the knee and with his diagnosis. Currently undergoing the prescribed meds and doing better! Pereles is very knowledgeable and a down to earth, funny individual. However I rate his bedside manner at "Good" because he seemed a bit rushed. Didn't take the time to answer all of my questions and quickly jetted out after giving me the medication. Hopefully I just caught him in a time crunch. Wait time was excellent, I came about 30 minutes early to fill out new patient information which only took about 5 minutes. I was seen about 5 minutes earlier than my appointment time. The staff seemed a little rude over the phone but in person (assuming they're one in the same) they were fairly nice and easy to deal with. Overall I would definitely recommend the office, and especially Pereles.
I liked Dr. Pereles very much and I will see him again if I need an orthopedist in the future.. He was friendly, warm, and very informative, explaining as much as possible in terms I could understand.. I was given options on treatment, one of which I chose..and received at the time of the appt. I was also given prescriptions "if need be." I thought him to be professional but also comforting and of course, very knowledegable.
Great visit - in and out with minimum fuss. Seemed very knowledgeable. Will be going to him with any future orthopedic issues.
Outstanding doctor, very knowledgeable and a good communicator. Really took time to understand my situation and clearly explain the options. Other staff during my visit were very good as well. Major headache dealing with office administrative staff, who unilaterally decided to cancel my appointment with no recourse because they misunderstood my insurance situation. Very hard to get through the office phone maze. In terms of actual patient care, however, the experience was outstanding.
Very nice, friendly, knowledgeable, and professional.
Very thorough, knowledgable and genuine.
A good man! He's going to be my new Doctor!
Made me feel confident about fast recovery !! Thanks Dr. Daniel Pereles