Lansdowne Medical Pavilion
19415 Deerfield Ave, Suite 213
Lansdowne, Virginia 20176
Dr. Abedin is a native of the Washington DC metropolitan area. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University and obtained his medical degrees from the Medical College of Virginia. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics and board certified in Internal Medicine (adult medicine). Dr Abedin provides care to a diverse range of infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics. He enjoys Pediatrics, Preventative Family Medicine/Internal Medicine, Cosmetic Dermatology, Alternative health and Teaching.
Dr Abedin has also helped pioneer the first hospital interface in the INOVA Healthcare system to Loudoun Hospital, and serves on the Advisory Boards for A4 Healthsystems electronic medical records, and INOVA hospital system's IT committee.
Assistant Clinical Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University - Medical College of Virginia. He recieved his acupuncture certification from Kiiko Matsumoto at the Harvard Medical School.
Kelly grew up in the northern Virginia area and graduated from the University of Virginia in 2004. She chose to attend Physician Assistant school at A.T. Still University in Arizona because of the program's holistic approach to medicine. The school's emphasis on "mind, body, and spirit" fit in line with Kelly's belief in preventative care and treating the patient as a whole person. Kelly enjoys Pediatrics, Women's Health, and Family Medicine and likes to help patients lead happy and healthy lives.
Kelly lives in Herndon with her husband and two young daughters. In her free time, she enjoys photography, hiking, camping, and traveling.
Barbara Petty is originally from the Peninsula area of Virginia and attended Virginia Tech for her undergraduate degree in nutrition. Her interest in nutrition was first spurred when she realized that nutrition deficits lead to health problems, including mental disorders. Not long after graduation, Barbara, her husband and eventually 3 children lived and travelled overseas: home bases were Kenya, the Philippines and Bolivia. They returned stateside when it was time for the kids to become accustomed to the U.S. educational system.
At the same time, Barbara returned to school to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. After practicing in Tennessee for a number of years, Barbara’s family relocated to Leesburg and she decided to pursue her goal of expanding her practice to become a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Throughout her career, she has concentrated on the principles of establishing a healthy lifestyle in order to attain optimal health. She views health from a holistic perspective: an integration of the physical, mental, social and spiritual aspects.