Dr. Bryan Murtaugh, Team physician
Bryan Murtaugh, MD, is an attending physician at MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Irving Street Outpatient Physician Center and the NRH Rehabilitation Network, Bethesda outpatient location. Dr. Murtaugh specializes in sports medicine, spine medicine, fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures, musculoskeletal conditions, concussions, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R), and is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American College of Sports Medicine, International Spine Intervention Society, and North American Spine Society.
Dr. Murtaugh received his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed his internship at Georgetown University Hospital. He completed his residency in PM&R at the Northwestern McGaw Medical Center and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Dr. Murtaugh also completed fellowship training in Sports and Spine Medicine at the Northwestern McGaw Medical Center and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, where he provided medical coverage for Northwestern University athletic teams.
Dr. Matthew Maxwell, Team physician
Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Physical Medicine and Rehab
Sports Medicine; board certified
Since September of 2012, Dr. Argintar has served as Director of Sports Medicine Research at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Residency, Assistant Professor of Clinical Orthopaedic Surgery at Georgetown University Medical Center, and Clinical Instructor of Orthopaedic Surgery at The George Washington University Hospital.
Dr. Argintar specializes in sports injury and upper extremity reconstruction. He sees patients with injuries to the knee, shoulder, elbow and hip. His clinical interests include arthroscopic surgery, ligament reconstruction, joint reconstruction/replacement, cartilage restoration, hip arthroscopy and hip preservation. He is currently involved in research on ACL repair, a new surgical technique that may replace traditional ACL reconstructive surgery.
Jaime Walls, Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine
Jaime Walls has been an athletic trainer at Catholic University since December of 2006 and was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in October, 2013. A graduate of the University of Richmond and Western Michigan University, Jaime is a certified American Red Cross Instructor of First Aid, CPR and AED for the professional rescuer.
Prior to Catholic University Jaime worked in an orthopedic office as the Durable Medical Equipment Coordinator for The Training Room, Inc., where she perfected skills of brace fitting and managing different patient populations.
While in graduate school at Western Michigan, Jaime worked as an athletic trainer for Kalamazoo College servicing 16 sports. Upon graduation, Jaime became an assistant athletic trainer and certified clinical instructor for the athletic training education program at Albion College. Jaime taught numerous classes in the education program, serviced athletes of 20 sports and was a part of the accreditation process for the Athletic Training Education Program.
Jaime’s athletic training interests include manual therapy and hydration/recovery techniques.
Jaime and her husband George reside in Oxon Hill, Md.
Tim Marcinek, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Lucas Miller, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Nevada Watson, Assistant Athletic Trainer