Dr. Sean A Jebraili MD, Orthopedist

Dr. Sean A Jebraili MD


2750 Prosperity Ave Suite 550 Fairfax VA, 22031



Dr. Sean Jebraili practices Neurological Spine Surgery in Fairfax, VA and Loudoun, VA. As a Neurological Surgeon, Dr. Jebraili prevents, diagnoses, evaluates, and treats disorders of the Spine including Surgical and Nonsurgical management of Back & Neck Pain. He is the founder of Commonwealth Neurosurgery, LLC and has been rated as one of Northern Virginia's "Top Doctors".

Education and Training

Virginia Commonwealth University/MCV MD 1994

Board Certification

Neurological Surgery American Board of Neurological Surgery ABNS

Provider Details

Male English 17 years of experience
Dr. Sean A Jebraili MD
Dr. Sean A Jebraili MD's Expert Contributions
  • Maintaining a Healthy Back

    Having had the privilege of operating on thousands of patients over the last two decades as a Neurosurgeon, one thing that I have witnessed over the years  is how the lack of exercise and stretching can contribute to poor posture and progressive low back pain. One activity that I often recommend to...

  • Can back pain cause headaches?

    Back pain generally is not considered a direct cause of headache however if you’re experiencing stress and bodily pain, it may result in tension elsewhere in the body and result in headaches. I would recommend that you have your condition evaluated by your physician and to treat the underlying cause of your lower back pain and specifically consult with your physician regarding your headaches. READ MORE

  • Sharp, shooting pain in my right leg

    This is consistent with spine related sciatic type pain, however pain from other areas of the body may mimic sciatica as well. It would be prudent to discuss your pain with a Neurosurgeon/Spine surgeon to "rule in or out" the source of your pain. READ MORE

  • Explain spinal fusion?

    Spine fusion typically involves "fusing" two or more vertebra in the spine (neck or back) together using bone graft and spinal instrumentation (rods and screws etc). Often times, patients who improve clinically "gain" range of motion as they rehabilitate and regain their ability to perform tasks that they were unable to perform before their fusion, however depending on the range and extent of a fusion, some loss of motion in the operated spine may be an outcome of such surgery. READ MORE

  • Recovery from craniotomy?

    Your neurosurgeon would best answer that question for you depending on the extent of your head injury. READ MORE

  • Can kids suffer from vertigo?

    Children can also experience vertigo. A workup by your child's physician would be prudent. READ MORE

  • Is surgery necessary for herniated disk?

    Not all herniated discs require spinal surgery. The decision to undergo surgery is based on your clinical and radiographic examination. Your spine surgeon would be the best person to make that recommendation after having the opportunity to examine you and evaluate the radiological studies. READ MORE

  • Awake during brain surgery?

    Not all brain surgery is performed with the patient being awake. Infact, most require the patient to undergo general anesthesia. There are some operations where "awake surgery" is helpful - i.e. some seizure and tumor surgeries which guide in minimizing postoperative defects. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Reconstructive Spine Surgery, Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, Lumbar Discectomy, Cervical Discectomy, Non Surgical management of Back and Neck Pain, Spinal Fusions


  • Northern Virginia Top Doctors 2015
  • Top Surgeons 2010 Consumer Checkbook Magazine

Professional Memberships

  • North American Spine Society
  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons


  • Med College Of Virginia / Virginia Commonwealth University 2000

Hospital Affiliations

  • Inova Fair Oaks Hospital ( Fairfax, VA )
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  • Reston Hospital Center ( Reston, VA )

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Dr. Sean A Jebraili MD's Practice location


2750 Prosperity Ave -
Fairfax, VA 22031
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New patients: 703-729-4692, 703-729-4692
Fax: 703-876-6234

Commonwealth Neurosurgery, LLC

19465 Deerfield Ave -
Lansdowne, VA 20176
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New patients: 703-729-4692
Fax: 703-729-4693

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