Geoffrey Dreher, D.O., is a primary care sports medicine specialist seeing patients in the Baltimore metropolitan area. His clinical expertise includes acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, sports-related concussions, ultrasound-guided procedures, overuse injuries, stress fractures, osteoarthritis and hands-on osteopathic manipulative treatment. Combining his passions for family and sports medicine, Dr. Dreher has a focus on injury prevention and helping patients live a healthy, active lifestyle. He treats people with a wide range of musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries, including sprains and strains, dislocations, tears, and other muscle, tendon, ligament and joint conditions.
Dr. Dreher is an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research interests include sports-related concussions, musculoskeletal injuries and leg pain. Dr. Dreher earned his bachelor’s degree in neuroscience and biological foundations of behavior at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, New Jersey, where he received the university’s highest honor, the Presidential Award. He then completed a family medicine residency and a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Crozer-Keystone Health System in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During his training, he earned awards for his dedication to pediatric care and sports medicine.
Dr. Dreher is an associate team physician for the Johns Hopkins University Department of Athletics. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, he was a team physician for athletes at the high school, collegiate and professional level, including the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer. He has also volunteered medical coverage for multiple marathons, including the Marine Corps Marathon, and other sporting events.
He is an active member of the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine and International Institute for Race Medicine.