Lucas Wymore, MD

Orthopedic Surgery

Sports Medicine
Knee, Shoulder, and Elbow Arthroscopy
Cartilage Reconstruction
Therapeutic Biologics

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Dr. Lucas Wymore is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, with an emphasis on knee and shoulder arthroscopy.  Dr. Wymore is a member of the Centers for Advanced Orthopedics, in the Southern Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Division.  CAO is one of the largest orthopedic groups in the world with nearly 200 surgeons practicing in Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania.

He attended the University of Notre Dame where he was a member of the varsity swimming team, earning Monogram Awards. Upon graduation from Texas A&M Medical School, he completed his residency at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. While there, he provided care for the Tar Heel varsity sports teams. He then completed a fellowship in sports medicine in San Diego, California, including care of the San Diego Padres Baseball Club and the San Diego State Aztecs. He joined the Centers for Advanced Orthopedics- Southern Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine division in 2014.

Dr. Wymore’s area of expertise includes Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, ACL Reconstruction, ACL failure Revisions, Complex Knee Injuries, Articular Cartilage Reconstruction, Tommy John’s Surgery, Shoulder Instability and Rotator Cuff Disease.

He has written multiple peer reviewed articles and textbook chapters. He is an active member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, a member Arthroscopy Association of North America, a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. He is listed as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor.

Dr. Wymore and his wife Amanda live in California, Maryland. To remain involved in the community, Dr. Wymore serves as head team orthopedist for St. Mary’s Ryken High School and College of Southern Maryland, as well as serving as a consultant for St. Mary’s and Charles County High Schools. He has also provided care to the US Olympic team at the United States Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Outside hobbies include swimming, weight lifting, surfing, and Notre Dame football.

Undergraduate- University of Notre Dame
Medical School - Texas A&M University College of Medicine

Residency- University of North Carolina Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellowship- San Diego Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy

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Laci Patterson, PA-C

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Valerie Adriani, FNP-C

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Gabi Cannon

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Melissa Rhodes

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Cartilage Reconstruction

Osteochondral Allograft - Osteochondral Autograft - MACI - BioCartliage - Arthroscopic Reconstruction - DeNovo NT - PRP - BMAC

Joint surface cartilage injuries can be debilitating. Previously joint replacement was the only option for these conditions. With advances technology, these may be reconstructed with biologic tissue- cartilage, cells, and bone- to allow for decreased pain and improved function. Each case is unique, and may require additional procedures to optimize results. These surgeries are not for everyone- Contact us for a consultation to determine if you are a candidate for this procedure.

Shoulder Functional Performance Status of National Collegiate Athletic Association Swimmers

Shoulder trouble, described in the literature as ‘‘swimmer’s shoulder,’’ has been associated with competitive swim- mers. The Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic (KJOC) Shoulder and Elbow Score is a validated survey used to define functional and performance measures of the upper extremity in overhead athletes. To date, no study has investigated the baseline functional scores for swimmers actively competing in the sport.

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Performance and Injury Characteristics of Pitchers Entering the Major League Baseball Draft After Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction

Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction (UCLR) has been studied and shown to be a successful procedure for returning overhead athletes to sport. Many studies of Major League Baseball (MLB) players have shown high levels of return to play with successful statistical performance. No study has followed professional advancement of drafted pitchers who underwent UCLR as amateurs when compared with drafted pitchers who did not undergo the procedure before selection in the MLB draft.

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No correlation between stroke specialty and rate of shoulder pain in NCAA men swimmers

The analysis showed that there was no significant difference in the rates of shoulder pain among the four strokes and individual medley specialists. The other risk factors did not show a significant correlation with shoulder pain.

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Long head of the biceps brachii tendon: unenhanced MRI versus direct MR arthrography

No significant difference was found between unenhanced MRI and direct MRA for the detection of tendinosis and tears of LHBTs.

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