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Claudia Dal Molin, DO

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Medicine

Secondary Appointment(s):

Orthopaedics

Location:

5500 Knoll North Drive Columbia, MD; 4321 Hartwick Rd College Park, MD; 351 W Camden St, 5th floor Baltimore, MD

Phone (Primary):

410-448-6416

Education and Training

Undergraduate: University of Maryland, BS, Physiology and Neurobiology, 2005

Medical School: Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2010

Residency: Internal Medicine, Christiana Care Health System, 2013

Fellowship: Sports Medicine, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson & Princeton Universities, 2014

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, Sports Medicine

Biosketch

After completing her sports medicine fellowship, Dr. Dal Molin joined the faculty in 2014 and currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics.

She has experience providing medical care for a variety of sports at the professional, collegiate, and high school levels, and currently serves as a team physician for the Terps at the University of Maryland.

Dr. Dal Molin enjoys educating others, whether it is giving a presentation to the residents or talking with a patient who is trying to understand their own heath.

Her interests include:

  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
    • Diagnostic
    • Procedural (injections, hydrodissection, percutaneous tenotomy, etc)
  • Biologics, such as platelet-rich-plasma (PRP)
  • Sports-related concussion
  • Sports-related injuries (fractures, hamstring strains, etc.)
  • Sports physicals
  • Osteopathy

Highlighted Publications

Dal Molin C, Bolin D. Medial Collateral Ligament Tears. 5 Minute Sports Medicine Consult, 2nd edition. Jan 17, 2011.

Professional Activity

Dr. Dal Molin is an active member of the following societies:

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine

American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

  • Education Committee Member 
  • Practice & Policy Committee Member 
  • Sports Ultrasound Committee Member 

American College of Physicians