The specialists at University of Maryland Orthopaedics are uniquely qualified to treat acute and chronic injuries as well as the broader range of medical conditions that occur in active people.

We care for a variety of activity-related problems from head to toe, with special emphasis on the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, foot and ankle.

The goal at University of Maryland Orthopaedics is to get patients back in action as quickly as possible.

We generally see patients within 24-48 hours of their first call to us. We work to prescribe treatments that allow patients to remain strong and active throughout their recovery.

Primary Care Sports Medicine

Through our primary care component, University of Maryland Orthopaedics offers 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.

Orthopedic Sports Medicine

The orthopedic surgeons at University of Maryland Medicine treat patients of all ages for a variety of sports-related orthopedic injuries, including problems with muscle, tendon, ligament and bone in the arms and the legs. Their areas of specialties include knees, shoulders and ligament repair and reconstruction.

The surgeons work closely with the therapists of University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute, a national leader in orthopedics and rehabilitation, to develop appropriate regimens that help athletes and others restore the injured parts of the body to good working order. When surgery is required, our surgeons prefer minimally-invasive procedures to lessen time away from activity.

Physical Therapy/Rehabilitation

For over 40 years the physical therapy program at The University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute has provided rehabilitation services for athletes on college and high-school teams as well as Baltimore-area professional teams.

The philosophy of the rehabilitation program at University of Maryland Orthopaedics is to get athletes back to their sport as quickly as possible. The therapists and trainers work around their patients' difficulties, keeping them in training even when they are injured; athletes return to action in good overall condition.