Jasmine Moghissi, MDFamily Medicine
“The rewards of the patient-doctor relationship are based on open communication. I am a very good listener and explainer. I work to understand the context of my patients’ experiences so the advice I provide is personal and clear. My goal is through working together my patients will have a better understanding of their health and healthy behaviors which include the treatment options I recommend.”
- Family Medicine
Areas of Expertise
- Aesthetic Treatment Including Toxin and Filler Injections
- Cardiovascular Risk Assessment, Disease Prevention, and Treatment Including Advanced Lipid Testing
- Chronic Disease Management Including Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome
- Low Carb and Paleo Lifestyles
- Nutritional Assessment and Treatment Including Weight Loss Integrative and Functional Medicine
Internship and Residency
Fairfax Family Practice Center
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
University of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts
Hospitals Affiliated With
Inova Fair Oaks Hospital
Inova Fairfax Hospital
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology (IACD)
Medical Society of Northern Virginia (MSNVA)
National Lipid Association (NLA)
“Risk of Infection of Laboratory Workers with Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus (HTLV)”, Lancet No. 8344, Vol 2 (1983): Saxinger, W.C., Blayney, D.W., Posal, M., Blattner, W.A., Moghissi, J.W., and Galio, R.C.
“Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus (HTLV-1) Antibodies in Africa”, Science Vol. 224, 1473-1476 (1984): Saxinger, W.C., Blattner, W.A., Levine, P.H., Clark, J., Biggars, R., Hoh, M., Moghissi, J.W., Jacobs, P., Willson, L., Jacobson, R., Crookes, R., Strong, M., Ansari, A.A., Dean, A.G., Nkrumah, F.K., Mourall, N. and Gallo, R.C..
“Bioassay of Radiopromethium” Nuclear and Chemical Waste Management, Vol 5 No. 4, 349-350 (1985): Berk, H. and Moghissi, J.W.
“Evidence for Exposure to HTLV in Uganda prior to 1973” Science Vol 227, 1036-1038 (1985): Saxinger, W.C., Levine, P.H., Dean, A.G., Moghissi, J.W., Laurent, R., Hoh, M., Samgadaran, M.G. and Gallo, R.C.
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Visiting Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
2009 – Present
Jasmine is active in the Vienna-Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, and other local community organizations. She plays classical piano, does needlework, knits, quilts, and is interested in almost everything.
Dr. Jasmine Moghissi is a board-certified Family Physician in Fairfax, Virginia and practices family and aesthetic medicine and also has been a Visiting Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine since 2009. She treats people of all ages and deals with medical conditions, weight management, skin conditions, and state of the art disease prevention. Her goal is to provide high quality, medically proven care. Whether you are a diabetic, need a routine physical, information on how to prevent heart disease, or just want smoother, wrinkle-free skin, she will take your concerns seriously and give you an honest assessment of what can and should be done.
Dr. Moghissi’s philosophy is to treat the whole person and the whole family. As a family physician, she is trained to meet the healthcare needs of the entire family regardless of age, sex, or the nature of the illness. She is comfortable treating children, adults and the elderly. She performs routine physicals (including GYN exams), along with treating acute and chronic illnesses.
For the past decade, she has been interested in and practicing aesthetic medicine. She realizes there are many options available locally, and has tried to distinguish herself by approaching the cosmetic field as she approaches general medicine. She works to provide high quality, medically sound means to improve appearance and reverse aging in the skin.
Another passion of Dr. Moghissi’s is health and wellness. She offers weight loss counseling and specialized metabolic testing and counseling using Advanced Lipid testing for heart disease prevention. Recognizing that traditional medicine does not solve everyone’s ills, she has now also added some functional and integrative medicine to her practice.
If you are looking for a partner in your family’s quest for a healthy life, Dr. Moghissi would love to be your family doctor.
About 15 years ago, I began practicing aesthetic medicine. I realize there are many options available locally, and have tried to distinguish myself by approaching the cosmetic field as I approach general medicine. I work to provide high quality, medically sound means to improve appearance without looking like something unnatural has been done.
Another passion of mine is health and wellness. I offer specialized metabolic testing and counseling for heart disease prevention, and weight loss counseling. Recognizing that traditional medicine does not solve everyone’s ills, I practice some functional and integrative medicine also. I follow ancestral practices in my personal life and encourage my patients to do the same.