at 601 N Caroline St, Baltimore, 21287 United States
Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery; Director of the Women's Sports Medicine Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Dr. Tanaka grew up in Los Angeles, CA. She completed her undergraduate degree at Stanford University, where she was a member of the Varsity Track and Field team, and obtained her medical degree at New York Medical College. Her orthopedic residency was at #1-ranked Johns Hopkins Hospital, followed by a fellowship in sports medicine at Hospital for Special Surgery, the world's leading orthopedic institution, and Cornell University School of Medicine in New York City. Dr. Tanaka has recently relocated her practice from St. Louis and has served as a team physician for the St. Louis Cardinals and the St Louis Surge. She has also served as assistant team physician for the Baltimore Orioles and the NY Liberty of the WNBA, as well as for Johns Hopkins University, St. John's University and Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, NY. She has experience in treating athletes of all levels, from professional to high school teams. As a former athlete herself, Dr. Tanaka understands her patients' passion for sports and shares their commitment to excellence. She has published or presented over 30 articles and book chapters and continues to publish and present award-winning research on the biomechanics and surgical outcomes in the knee and shoulder. She emphasizes patient education and evidence-based treatment as the foundation of patient care. Dr. Tanaka's training includes the latest in arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgical techniques for sports injuries. She treats all sports-related injuries of the shoulder, knee, elbow and ankle, with special emphasis on problems of the patellofemoral joint and injuries in female athletes.
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