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No one wants to be sidelined by a sports injury, but it can happen to anyone — from the weekend warrior to the professional athlete.
To stay in the game for the long run, the key is quick, expert treatment from a trained sports medicine specialist.
At University of Maryland Orthopaedics, our sports medicine team will create a treatment plan designed to keep you strong and active throughout your recovery.
Our specialists see acute and chronic injuries as well as a range of medical conditions that active people experience. Our array of sports medicine services are available to adults and children of all levels, including recreational, high school, college and professional athletes.
Why Choose UM Orthopedics
Our goal is to get you back in action as quickly as possible. We generally see patients within 24-48 hours of their first call to us.
Call us at 410-448-6400 or contact us online. Our staff will ask a few questions about your needs then set you up with the provider best equipped to meet them at one of our several locations in the Baltimore area.
Our diverse team of experts in the management of sports-related conditions includes:
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Sports cardiologists
- Athletic trainers
- Physical and occupational therapists
- Primary care sports medicine physicians
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Our non-operative providers, who have training in both sports medicine and internal medicine, offer a full range of services including evaluation of medical conditions, such as sport-related concussions and exercise-induced asthma, as well as pre-participation evaluations for school-age, college and recreational athletes.
If surgery is required, our fellowship-trained surgeons will use the most up-to-date, evidence-based, and minimally invasive techniques to get you back to your desired sports and activities.
Physical therapy plays a major role in helping athletes recover as quickly and as safely as possible after injury. All of our physicians routinely work with physical therapists to optimize treatment for patients.