MedStar Day!

  • Charm City Run

Starting to train for a spring race and want to learn how to stay injury free? Already dealing with a nagging injury? Spend the morning with us and Medstar Sports Medicine to learn how to treat your injury as effectively as possible and run pain-free this season!

Medstar's Sport Medicine team, comprised of both Physicians and Physical Therapists, will be onsite to offer free, one-on-one consultations in Annapolis, Baltimore, Bel Air, Columbia and Timonium.


Register

Spots are limited and we expect this clinic to fill up quickly. Appointments will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will email you with your appointment time. Please come with or dressed in comfortable running attire and your current running shoes you have been wearing.

The clinics in Timonium is now full. Please email Dawn at dawn@charmcityrun.com to be added to the wait list.

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Meet the Doctors and Physical Therapists

Annapolis

Meghan Dawson, PT

Lindsay Kupferschmidt, PT

Baltimore

Dr. Jason Pothast

Mike Zarro, PT

Kelly Greenway, PT

Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from King’s College.  She then went on and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Chatham University. Kelly’s rehabilitation specialties include: orthopedic conditions, concussions, vestibular conditions, running injury clinic/gait analysis, sports medicine, ACL injury prevention, ACL return to play testing, and dry needling. Kelly works at the MedStar Harbor Sports Medicine location.

Bel Air

Steve Baitch, PT

Stephen is the Program Coordinator at MedStar NRH Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine and has extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of running injuries at the high school, collegiate and recreational level. He also has in-depth knowledge of the use of orthotics for runners. Stephen has numerous publications on running related problems and has recently presented on the predictability of injury in collegiate runners.

Columbia

Dr. Kelly Ryan

Sharon Wilson, PT

Timonium

Kimbra McMillan