At Orthopaedic Associates of Central Maryland, we know your time is valuable. That’s why we’re proud to offer so many services under one roof. We save you the time and hassle of going from place to place to get the orthopaedic care you need.
As a large orthopaedic practice with multiple locations and doctors who subspecialize in different body parts and procedures, we can provide an array of services you might not find in smaller orthopaedic offices. Need a sling or crutches? You’ll get what you need before you leave our office. Need X-rays or an MRI? We offer diagnostic imaging in each of our locations.
Browse the pages below to learn more about the services we offer. To schedule an appointment with one of our orthopaedic surgeons, physiatrists, podiatrists, or physical therapists, call (410) 644-1880 today, toll-free at
(855) 4MD-BONE, or you can use Klara to send us a message.
We understand that minor acute orthopaedic injuries don't just happen during regular office hours. For immediate after-hour care, visit our walk-in urgent care facility at our Columbia location.
Foot problems such as infections, ulcers or sores, deformities, and trauma are common complications of diabetes. At OACM, our podiatrists specialize in diabetic foot problems and wound care.
We offer a variety of custom braces, splints, and slings in our offices. During your appointment, you will be properly fitted with the equipment that best protects you from additional injury.
Laser therapy is a noninvasive, safe, and effective treatment modality in which light is used to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing and soft tissue repair.
You won't need to travel across town for diagnostic imaging services. Instead, you can receive X-rays and MRIs on-site at each of our physician offices.
Orthotics are customized shoe inserts that can balance many foot deformities, correct misalignments, reduce foot pain, and make walking more comfortable.
Our physiatrists offer individualized pain management treatments, including steroid injections and nerve blocks, for orthopaedic conditions such as chronic neck, back, and joint pain.
Treatments such as PRP therapy and stem cell therapy use your body’s own blood cells and stem cells to stimulate the natural healing process in certain orthopaedic conditions.