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Dr. Andrew Cosgarea examines female athlete's sports-related knee injury
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Sports Medicine at Johns Hopkins

Don't Stay Sidelined by Your Sports Injury

Whether you developed your injury training for your first 5K or during a collegiate sports tournament, Johns Hopkins sports medicine experts are here to help get you back in action.

The Division of Sports Medicine of the Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery provides medical care and treatment to professional and recreational athletes of all ages. Our team of experts specializes in athletic injuries of the bones, joints, muscles, cartilage and ligaments, with a special focus on shoulder, knee, hip, foot and ankle conditions.

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We work with patients through their consultation and treatment — keeping their current state, desired outcomes and performance needs in mind — and coordinate with rehabilitation staff about their post-treatment care. Our goals are to help patients remain healthy and active and to get them back to the level of athletic performance for which they strive.

Dr. Sameer Dixit, sports medicine expert, speaks with female athlete about her ACL injury.

Our Team of Experts
Meet our sports medicine experts who specialize in treating sports-related injuries.

Johns Hopkins sports medicine experts treat a range of sports-related injuries of the foot, ankle, knee, elbow and shoulder

Conditions We Treat
Learn about the sports-related injuries and conditions our experts treat in athletes.

Female athletes can receive coordinated, expert care from sports medicine specialists who understand the unique needs of women in sports

Sports Medicine for Women
Discover our comprehensive sports medicine program designed specifically for female athletes.

Sports Physicians for Team You

Our sports medicine specialists serve as team physicians to some of the most elite collegiate athletic programs in the country, including the teams of The Johns Hopkins University. Our experience with the needs of these athletes means we’re prepared to handle common and severe cases of sports injuries in those who compete at a professional level.

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Convenient Locations

The Division of Sports Medicine has offices located throughout the greater Baltimore region that are convenient for residents of Maryland and surrounding states to access care. Many of our offices are also located outside the city on suburban campuses, where patients have access to ample parking and major highways for easy travel.

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Maryland Patients

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Traveling for Care?

Whether you're crossing the country or the globe, we make it easy to access world-class care at Johns Hopkins.

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