The Knee Program at the University of Maryland Orthopaedics provides a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of a variety of knee conditions. Our experienced, multidisciplinary team includes orthopaedic surgeons, rehabilitation physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers.
All of our health care professionals use the latest advances in knee diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation to increase patients' mobility, diminish pain, increase function and improve quality of life. Our team also focuses on injury prevention, such as limiting the number of ACL injuries in high school athletes.
Research also plays a vital component in finding ways to our patients back on their feet more quickly. Dr. Craig Bennett, director of sports medicine, and Dr. James Dreese are very involved in research on new technologies for ACL reconstruction and several other studies currently being conducted in this field.