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October 18, 2017
2017 Baltimore Top Docs
Congratulations UM SJMC & Towson Ortho Assoc. specialists named Top Docs …Read More

Dr. Tiffany Tsay, M.D.September 15, 2017
Welcome Dr. Tsay
Tiffany Tsay, MD, sports medicine specialist, joins Towson Orthopaedic Associates… Read More

Woman with ankle injurySeptember, 5, 2017
NEW After Hours Orthopaedic Care
Walk-ins with new Orthopaedic injuries welcome Mon.-Thurs., 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. …More

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Michael J. Marion, M.D. | Hand and Wrist Specialist

Dr. Marion - Orthopedic Hand Surgeon - Maryland

Dr. Michael J. Marion specializes in complex problems of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.

Dr. Marion received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. His post-graduate surgical training was performed at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He completed a hand fellowship at the Philadelphia Hand Center at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

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For more information on hand, wrist or other upper extremity problems, you can visit the American Society for Surgery of the Hand website:

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news_balt_bestBaltimore’s Top Hand Doctors

April, 2014 – Towson Orthopaedic Associates is proud to announce that Dr. Michael Marion has been named to the 2013-2014 Baltimore Top Doctors list. Having physicians named to this prestigious list is a reflection of the quality of care provided by the entire practice.

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Dr. Michael Marion

Housecall: Handled with Care - Orthopaedic expertise in hand, wrist, and upper extremitiesHandled with Care — Orthopaedic expertise in hand, wrist, and upper extremities

May, 2010 — As much as we use our hands and arms, it’s no surprise they are prone to overuse or injury. Summer sports, such as tennis and golf, can stress and injure wrists and elbows, while gardening and outdoor work may strain hands and fingers. Read MORE…

Handing it Off – Getting Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

woman with wrist pain“We typically see carpal tunnel in adults who do a lot of repetitive activities, such as typing, painting or hammering,” says Dr. Bruce Wolock, chief of Hand Surgery at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. “But it may also be caused by previous injury, arthritis, hypothyroidism, or”. Read MORE…