Milford H. Marchant Jr., M.D. is a board-certified, Orthopedic Surgeon and sports medicine specialist with extensive clinical expertise in treating a wide variety of sports-related injuries and arthritis of the:
He specializes in the non-operative and operative treatment of injuries in both youth and adult patients of all skill levels, from recreational to professional athletes. In caring for his patients, he emphasizes patient education and the importance of injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Dr. Marchant completed a fellowship in orthopedic sports medicine at the world-renowned Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic (Los Angeles, CA). During his fellowship, he assisted the head team physician in the orthopedic care of the 2009 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers. In addition, he served as an assistant team physician for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Sparks, and Anaheim Ducks. While completing his pre-medical training at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Marchant earned All American honors as a lacrosse player. After college, he attended the University of Maryland School of Medicine where he graduated with honors as a Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Marchant completed his training as an Orthopedic Surgery Resident at Duke University Medical Center.
Dr. Marchant is the Chesapeake Bayhawks’ Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine physician.
Dr. Marchant is a partner at Harborview Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery, located at Harbor Hospital, a proud member of MedStar Health. Visit MedStar Healths website to learn more about Sports Medicine at Harbor Hospital and Dr. Marchant.
Jeffrey Mayer, MD, CAQSM, is a board-certified fellowship trained primary care sports medicine physician, specializing in the non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, as well as medical issues that are specific to sports and exercise, in athletes and active patients of all ages and skill levels.
As part of the MedStar Harbor Sports Medicine team, Dr. Mayer serves as an assistant team physician for the Chesapeake Bayhawks, and is the team physician for Arundel, Chesapeake, Glen Burnie, Meade, North County and Northeast high schools.
During his fellowship in primary care sports medicine at the University of Maryland Medical System, he assisted the head team physician in the medical care of the Baltimore Ravens. Furthermore, he was an assistant team physician for the University of Maryland Terrapins, the UMBC Retrievers, and Coppin State University Eagles.
Head Athletic Trainer
Ryan Cisek begins his fourth season with the Chesapeake Bayhawks as Head Athletic Trainer. He is a 2005 graduate from Salisbury University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. While at Salisbury, Ryan worked with a variety of sports including the 2004 National Champion Men’s Lacrosse team. He then went on to pursue his Master of Arts in Kinesiology from San Jose State University. While completing his Master’s studies from 2005-2007, Ryan worked clinically at Stanford University as an Assistant Football and Men’s Volleyball Athletic Trainer. From 2007-2008, Ryan worked on the Athletic Training staff for the San Francisco 49ers. Ryan then worked as the Head Football and Baseball Athletic Trainer at Johns Hopkins University, serving in that role from 2008-2012. Currently, Ryan works as a Physician Extender within the MedStar Harbor Hospital Sports Medicine Department. He works directly under the clinical supervision of Dr. Milford Marchant and Dr. Jeff Mayer. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) as well as a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and Maryland Athletic Trainers Association (MATA). Ryan currently resides in Baltimore, MD, with his wife Rebecca.
Nick Williams enters his fourth season with the Chesapeake Bayhawks as an athletic trainer. He currently is the Head Athletic Trainer for the Baltimore Blast professional indoor soccer team and Loyola Recreational Sports. Nick helped both programs to championships in 2013. Prior to these roles he served as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at UMBC for two seasons. While there, Nick helped the Men’s Soccer Team and Women’s Lacrosse Teams advance to the Conference Championships. As the ATC, he was responsible for all medical aspects including prevention, evaluation, education, and treatment of team members. Prior to his time at UMBC, Nick was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with the University of Alabama Football Program, assisting them to a BCS bowl birth and an SEC Conference Championship appearance. He received his masters degree in Sports Management while working with the program in Tuscaloosa. Nick holds certifications from the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and is also a member of Iota Tau Kappa, an Athletic Training Honor Society. He received his Undergraduate Degree from Salisbury University where he worked with a number of sports and also completed an internship with the Baltimore Ravens. Currently Nick is pursuing another masters in Hospital Administration.