Jason Hammond, MD, is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in sports medicine. His interest in sports medicine began while being treated for a track and field injury in high school. Dr. Hammond specializes in minimally invasive procedures of the shoulder and knee, including arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, arthroscopic shoulder stabilization, ACL reconstruction, and meniscus surgery. He is also proficient in knee replacement surgery, including outpatient partial knee replacements and and robotic knee replacement, also known as MAKOplasty.
In addition to traditional treatment, Dr. Hammond also offers a regenerative medicine technique that gently processes and uses your body's own fat tissue to cushion and support areas of injury or damage as your body heals itself.
Dr. Hammond has authored a number of published articles and book chapters. He has also spent time as an associate physician of several colleges and professional teams, including the Baltimore Ravens. He is now the head team physician for Towson University Men's Basketball and several other schools, including Gertstell Academy and Manchester Valley High School in Carroll County.