Dr. Fontaine trained at one of the country’s leading spine care facilities (Texas Back Institute), holds certification with the American College of Sports Medicine, and is a Full Body Certified ART provider. A professional, results-focused physician, Dr. Fontaine is committed to using state of the art procedures in manual therapy, soft tissue management, joint manipulation, corrective exercise and sports medicine to aid patient recovery from injury and back to health.
A former collegiate baseball player and an avid athlete, Dr. Fontaine is dedicated to athletes and understands the needs of active individuals. He has been an active member of DC Tri Club and is active with Trident CrossFit. Dr. Fontaine has completed over 30 Triathlons including, IRONMAN 70.3 Timberman, St. Anthony’s Triathlon, and Daytona Frogman. He is also active in his community supporting Fairfax County Fire & Rescue as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)/Firefighter.
Dr. Fontaine is the creator of the Potomac Physical Medicine blog, an author, and speaker providing athletes with knowledge and insights into preventing injury, resolving pain, and optimizing athletic performance. He has been published in Triathlete Magazine and the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Fontaine has worked professionally with two Major League Baseball Clubs and is currently the sports chiropractor for Alexandria Aces Baseball Team, part of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Summer League.