Dr. Daniel E. Redziniak, MD
Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
Dr. Redziniak practices at Anne Arundel Medical Group (AAMG) Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists and is board certified by The American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons. He holds an additional board certification in sports medicine. He specializes in the operative and non-operative treatment of sports-related injuries, with an emphasis on arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder and knee.
Dr. Redziniak completed his premedical training at Johns Hopkins University and was the starting quarterback for the varsity football team. He was named the Burger King National Scholar Athlete and National Scholar Athlete by College Football Review. Other sporting achievements include New Jersey All-State Quarterback and All-State Lacrosse Midfielder.
He is a graduate of Rutgers University Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), where he obtained his medical degree. He completed his orthopedic residency at RWJMS. He completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Virginia, where he assisted the team physician in the orthopedic care of The University of Virginia Athletic Teams and the James Madison University athletic teams. Dr. Redziniak is currently the Chesapeake Bayhawks’ orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine physician. He also serves as the team physician for Bowie State University, Anne Arundel Community College and Severna Park High School.
Dr. Redziniak has been involved in many research studies involving sports injury repair and rehabilitation. He has been published in peer review journals and has presented at national meetings.
Visit www.askAAMC.org/OSMS for more information about Dr. Redziniak and AAMG Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists.
THE SPORTS MEDICINE TEAM AT AAMG ORTHOPEDICS AND SPORTS MEDICINE SPECIALISTS
The sports medicine physicians at AAMG Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists will help Dr. Redziniak care for the Bayhawks this season. Our focus is always getting you back in the game as quickly—and safely—as possible. We help you recover from an injury, improve your physical performance and stay active for a lifetime. In addition to Dr. Redziniak, our sports medicine team includes:
• Thomas Harries, MD
• Christina Morganti, MD
• Peter Ove, MD
• Ben Petre, MD
• Robert Verklin, Jr., MD
• James York, MD
Timothy Romanoski, MD
Timothy Romanoski, MD
Sports Medicine Primary Care
Native Marylander Dr. Romanoski is a board-certified family physician with AAMG Centreville Family Medicine. He specializes in primary care sports medicine. A graduate of the Ross University School of Medicine, Dr. Romanoski served a two-year surgery residency at St. John Providence Health System. He then moved to family medicine, completing a family medicine residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Altoona.
He furthered his training and entered into a primary care sports medicine fellowship at West Virginia University, providing musculoskeletal care to athletes and family medicine patients. During his training, he has covered many sporting events including youth gymnastics, high school football and basketball, NCAA Division III football and wrestling, and roller derby.
Dr. Romanoski is committed to providing care to the active general population, not just to injured athletes.
Kristin Lundeen Grizzel, L.Ac / D.Ac
Ms. Lundeen Grizzel's knowledge, education, and background in health and fitness are quite vast. Over the years she has studied under some of the industry’s best educators in acupuncture, massage therapy, biomechanics, exercise science, kinesiology, exercise physiology, yoga, personal training, reiki, and sport specific training. Her extensive background allows her to work with everyone and anyone on a body/mind/spirit level, whether an athlete working to take his/her game to the next level or an “average Joe/Jill” working to become more present to life and its offerings.
She has worked and studied with several companies such as: Maryland University of Integrated Health (previously Tai Sophia Institute), Sister Rosalind Geffre School of Professional Massage, Orthopedic Massage and Education Research Institute (OMERI), Brevard College, Steadman Hawkins Research Foundation, Athletic Republic, University of North Dakota Hockey School, Ana Forrest, and American College of Sports Medicine.