Zinon Pappas, M.D. of the Mid-Maryland Musculoskeletal Institute (MMI) in Frederick, Maryland has been named a 2011 Super Doctor for the Washington DC/ Baltimore metropolitan area. The Super Doctors® listing represents the top 5% of doctors in the metropolitan area and Dr. Pappas is the only Frederick County
physician named to the list.
More than 20,000 ballots were sent to area physicians asking them to nominate a colleague they know to be exceptional in their specified field. Physicians were asked to consider the following question: "If you needed medical care in one of the following specialties, which doctor would you choose?" Then indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement were evaluated. The results were published in a special advertising section of the October 23, 2011 issue of the Washington Post Magazine.
Dr. Pappas is a specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). PM&R physicians help patients by treating muscle, joint and nerve pain non-surgically. An active Board Certified member of several medical organizations, including the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, he has an extensive background in treating musculoskeletal ailments and sports injuries.
While Chief Resident at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Pappas researched and presented numerous topics from skiing injuries to common sports injuries. During his Fellowship training at Beth Israel Medical Center in NY, he also worked closely with the New York Knicks team physicians. Dr. Pappas has lectured throughout the region on various topics in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. He also serves as a Team Physician for the Frederick Keys, the Carolina League Affiliates of the Baltimore Orioles and Thomas Johnson High School.