KEITH JOHNSON, MD
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Sports Medicine Subspecialty Certification
YEARS IN PRACTICE:
Sports Medicine, Arthroscopic Joint Surgery
Leonard Marmor Surgical Arthritis Foundation Outstanding Resident Award
Resident of the Year Award, Howard University Hospital
PGY-2 Division of Orthopedics Award, Howard University Hospital
Dr. Johnson specializes in sports medicine and post-traumatic joint and soft tissue injuries, with a focus on arthroscopic, minimally invasive surgical treatments of injuries to the shoulder, knee, hip and elbow. He uses the latest technology and regenerative therapies as indicated to perform each treatment, including cartilage and ligament reconstruction and repair, in order to restore patients to their pre-injury active lifestyles as quickly as possible.
Dr. Johnson wants his patients to stay active and keep moving, and he continually trains on the latest therapies and techniques to help his patients do exactly that. Active in his community and an avid cyclist, Dr. Johnson is also a patron of Jazz at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY | Fellow – Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C | Resident – Orthopedic Surgery
Washington Hospital Center, Washington D.C. | Resident – General Surgery
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA | Doctor of Medicine
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA | B.A., Psychology
Lenox Hill Hospital, NY, NY. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair. Clinical.
Evaluation with MRI Follow-up. Keith P. Johnson, M.D. & Jonathan Glashow, M.D.
Lenox Hill Hospital, NY, NY. Coracoid Impingement, CT Morphology. Keith P. Johnson, M.D. & Kenneth Montgomery, M.D.
Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C. Valgus Deformity in Total Knee Arthrosplasty. Keith P. Johnson, M.D. & Edward A. Rankin, M.D.
National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Immunoregulation, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Effect of immunization with a common recall antigen on plasma viremia and in vitro virus isolation in HIV-1 infected individuals. Worked under Mario Ostrowski, M.D. and Anthony Fauci, M.D. January 1996-August 1996.