Faculty Expert Profile

Rajwinder Deu

  • Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Affiliations

  • Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Musculoskeletal Center

Specializing in primary care sports medicine, Rajwinder Deu’s areas of clinical expertise include musculoskeletal disorders, musculoskeletal injuries, orthopaedic surgery, orthopaedics, sports injuries, and sports medicine (non-surgical). He also leads the Dance Medicine Program at Johns Hopkins.

Deu treats adults and high school-aged athletes for a range of non-operative sports medicine issues, including musculoskeletal injuries to joints, acute injuries, strains, sprains, non-operative fractures, and overuse injuries. He has a special interest in helping performing artists with dance injuries and caring for patients with knee osteoarthritis.

He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.

Deu was recently quoted in a Yahoo News article about how body position impacts sleep quality and in a Baltimore Sun article about how cold-water immersion is the most effective treatment to combat heat stroke. In addition, the Wisconsin State Journal quoted Deu about a new drug targeting arthritis pain in which he said the development of a drug to slow down the progression of the condition "would be great."

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