Orthopaedics in the Washington, D.C., Metro Area

Johns Hopkins orthopaedic specialists in Bethesda, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., provide patients with the best care for musculoskeletal and other bone and joint conditions, including sports injuries, back and neck problems, shoulder pain, hip and knee issues, hand and wrist pain, foot and ankle injuries and much more.

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Our Experts

Hamid Hassanzadeh, M.D.

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Director of Orthopaedic Surgery in National Capitol Region
Expertise: Spine Surgery

Hamid Hassanzadeh

Erin Honcharuk, M.D.

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Expertise: Pediatric Orthopaedics

Erin Melissa Honcharuk, M.D.

Alex Johnson, M.D.

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Director of Hip Preservation
Team Physician, Johns Hopkins University Athletics
Expertise: Sports Medicine, Hip and Knee Surgery

Alex Johnson

George Nanos, M.D.

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Expertise: Hand Surgery

George Nanos

John Thompson, M.D.

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Expertise: Foot and Ankle Surgery

John Thompson

Advanced Practitioners

Meagan Cuff, P.A.-C

Expertise: Spine surgery

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Francis Hwang, M.S.N., C.R.N.P

Expertise: Orthopaedic oncology and sports medicine

Francis Hwang

Brian Lee, P.A.-C

Expertise: Foot and ankle surgery and sports medicine

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Kevin Woodward, P.A.-C

Expertise: Sports medicine

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Johns Hopkins Orthopaedics Locations in Washington, D.C., Region

You can find Johns Hopkins orthopaedic specialists in these three convenient locations in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We see patients for consultations at the Bethesda Health Care & Surgery Center and at Sibley Memorial Hospital. If a surgery is needed, it may be performed in our state-of-the-art facilities in the Suburban Hospital.

Why Choose Johns Hopkins Orthopaedics

  • Our specialists have years of experience treating both common and less known orthopaedic conditions, and have helped patients with most complicated cases.
  • We work closely with physical therapists, rehabilitation physicians, interventional pain management and other specialists to ensure you have the best chance of recovery before surgery is considered.

  • If surgery is needed, we use minimally invasive, image-guided techniques to minimize tissue damage, improve recovery and reduce complications.
  • We keep your referring physician aware of your progress by sharing consultation and follow-up notes, so that we continue to coordinate care.

Hear From Our Surgeons

Common Sports and Activity Related Injuries: What to Consider from Pain to Breaks

Learn more about common sports injuries and treatments to consider from our sports medicine expert Alex Johnson, M.D., and our foot and ankle expert John Thompson, M.D., in this webinar-based video.

Common Sports and Activity Related Injuries What to Consider from Pain to Breaks

Leg Length Inequality with Dr. Erin Honcharuk

Leg length inequality is when one leg or arm is shorter than the other. Pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Erin Honcharuk answers common questions about limb length discrepancy in children.

Leg Length Inequality with Dr Erin Honcharuk

Providing You with a Complete Care Plan

Our providers work closely with the Johns Hopkins physical medicine and rehabilitation experts located at the Bethesda clinic location. If you require surgery for your condition, your physician will build out a treatment plan with a physical medicine and rehabilitation provider to make sure you get the personalized care you need.