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Baltimore Top Doctors-2020 - Towson Orthopaedics

Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doctors of 2020

Congratulations to our Baltimore Top Docs! November 2020 We’d like to extend a very special congratulations to our physicians recognized among Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doctors of 2020. Their hard work and dedication is reflected not only in their achievements, but also in the faces of their many happy patients across the Baltimore region and beyond!…
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Common Fall Sports Injuries (and How to Prevent Them)

When the crisp autumn air cuts through the dog days of summer, runners are on their mark. The fall season starts many high-intensity sports for teens and adults, which means injuries can increase when coming off of a break. Practicing good habits like stretching can prevent injuries so you can get ready, get set, and…
William B. Howard, M.D. - Team Physician Award: Dr. Todd Tredinnick

Dr. Todd Tredinnick Honored with William B. Howard Team Physician Award

Towson Orthopaedic Associates is proud to announce that Sports Medicine Physician, Dr. Todd Tredinnick, is the recipient of the William B. Howard Team Physician Award of 2019 as recognized by the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association. This award, named in memory of William H. B. “Bill” Howard, is presented to a physician who, like Dr. Howard,…

Sports Physicals at Towson Orthopaedic Associates

Towson Orthopaedic Associates and Towson Sports Medicine have been providing pre-participation Sports Physicals for over 40 years. Due to restrictions on gatherings at area schools, this year we are offering sports physicals by appointment, as a key part of our outreach program. Parents of school-age students can call 1-410-337-7900 during regular office hours and ask…
Happy elderly couple riding bicycles

Optimizing Your Outcome From Total Joint Replacement

Authored by Michael Miller, PAC Deciding when to have a joint replacement is an important decision, but one that can lead to improved quality of life for many years. Our goal for your total joint replacement is for you to return to your desired activities of daily living including walking, climbing stairs, driving, traveling, yard…
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