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Sports Medicine Frequently Asked Questions
Women's Sports Medicine at Johns Hopkins
Miho Tanaka, M.D., director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Program at Johns Hopkins, discusses differences in sports injury prevention for male and female athletes.
Primary Care Sports Medicine | Q&A with Dr. Raj Deu
Sports medicine physicians treat anyone who is physically active to help them improve performance, enhance overall health, prevent injury and maintain their physical activity throughout their lives. Learn more from sports medicine physician, Raj Deu, M.D. on what sports medicine entails, how our Johns Hopkins Sports Medicine team works together, and when you should come see a sports medicine physician.
ACL Injuries | Q&A with Dr. Jay Lee
R. Jay Lee, M.D., assistant professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery’s Division of Pediatric Orthopaedics, discusses anterior cruciate ligament injuries (ACL) and explains how the injuries occur, the signs and symptoms, how they are treated and how to prevent an ACL injury.
What Causes Elbow Pain? | Q&A with Dr. John Ingari
John (Jack) Ingari, M.D., orthopedic surgeon at Johns Hopkins Orthopaedics, discusses elbow pain. He explains the common causes of elbow pain, the different types of elbow injuries and how to treat them, and how to prevent an elbow injury.
Shoulder Injuries | Q&A with Dr. Edward McFarland
Orthopaedic surgeon, Edward McFarland, M.D., director of the Division of Shoulder Surgery, discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of shoulder injuries.
Meniscus Injuries | Q&A with Dr. Andrew Cosgarea
Andrew Cosgarea, M.D., discusses meniscus injuries. He explains how meniscus injuries happen, the signs and symptoms and how they are treated, and how to prevent a meniscus injury.
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