Johns Hopkins has multiple locations prepared to treat you in case of an orthopaedic emergency. The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a Level I Adult Trauma Center, while Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Suburban Hospital are Level II Adult Trauma Centers, according to the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System. These locations have a full range of specialists and equipment available 24 hours a day. We also have a trauma research program and provide trauma education and injury prevention in the community.
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An Innovative Approach to Nerve Repair | Santi’s Story
After Santi was injured in a boating accident that caused nerve damage and paralysis in his right leg, his parents came to Johns Hopkins in search of a treatment. Orthopaedic trauma expert Greg Osgood, M.D., and peripheral nerve surgeon Allan Belzberg, M.D., worked together to come up with an out-of-the-box solution to help Santi get back to surfing.
Conditions We Treat
Orthopaedic trauma experts specialize in the treatment of severe bone fractures and related conditions, including compound fractures (those that break through the skin), fractures near the joint, multiple broken bones, fractures that didn’t heal properly and those that have become infected.
Bone Health Center
The Bone Health Center's osteoporosis and osteopenia experts are dedicated to treating these conditions and helping you learn how to reduce your risk for fractures.
Our Orthopaedic Trauma Specialists
Whether you recently sustained injuries or dealing with complications from a past injury, our trauma experts can help you recover and restore maximal use of the injured area.