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Maryland Sports Medicine Center has, in addition to sports medicine and physical therapy, an orthopedic surgeon.
Please call 301.232.1050 to schedule an appointment today!
Let Maryland Sports Medicine Center assist in your pre- and post-operative rehabilitation. Dr. Higgins has privileges and performs surgery at Montgomery General Hospital in Olney, MD and the Chevy Chase Surgery Center in Chevy Chase, MD.
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Are you suffering from acute or chronic back pain, shoulder injuries, or a sports-related injury? We also treat:
- Ankle and foot injuries
- Wrist and elbow injuries
- Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation
- Joint replacements and more...
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We offer evening and early morning appointments to accommodate the busy work schedules and lifestyles of our patients.
Please call 301.232.1050 to schedule an appointment at our practice in Olney, Maryland today!
We Are Maryland Sports Medicine Center
Offering Orthopedic Care and More in Olney, Maryland
David L. Higgins, MD at Maryland Sports Medicine Center's state-of-the-art facility in Olney, Montgomery County, provides the best orthopedic care and physical therapy for patients with all types of sports and work-related injuries of the muscle, tendon, ligament and bone. In addition, we specialize in post-operative rehabilitation of the shoulder and knee. Doctor Higgins is a certified orthopedic surgeon.
Dr. Higgins received his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and has been in practice in Maryland since 1991. Dr. Higgins is board certified in orthopedic surgery, performed a fellowship in sports medicine at Hughston Orthopedic Clinic in Columbus, Georgia, and completed his residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
Recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as a National Network Member, our fully equipped physical therapy center in Olney, Maryland is staffed with knowledgeable and supportive physical therapists who guide and assess patient rehabilitation to keep patients injury-free and active.
Using "hands-on" physical therapy techniques including: soft tissue and joint mobilizations, therapeutic exercises, custom splinting and modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation and iontophoresis, we are able to greatly reduce patient discomfort and recovery time.