About Gregg Wolff, M.D., FAAOS
Dr. Wolff has been a practicing Orthopedic Surgeon in Cumberland, Maryland since 1995. He grew up in suburban Baltimore and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Towson University in 1983, graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Biology program. He earned his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Maryland in 1989. Upon graduating from medical school, he was awarded a certificate of outstanding achievement to the University of Maryland for service as president of his class for three consecutive years.
He completed his surgical internship and Orthopedic Surgery residency at the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1994. Dr. Wolff was then chosen and completed an Orthopedic Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Oklahoma and is the only fellowship trained sports medicine physician practicing in Western Maryland. During his time in Oklahoma, Dr. Wolff participated directly in the emergent care of victims of the Murrah Federal Building bombing in April of 1995. In July of 1998, Dr. Wolff earned his Board Certification in Orthopedic Surgery. He re-certified in 2010. In July of 1999, he was honored by his peers and was selected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. In 2004 he served as President of the Medical Staff of the Western Maryland Health System. Dr. Wolff has also served on the Board of Directors at the Western Maryland Health System twice as well as the Surgery Center of Western Maryland. He is also currently Medical Director of the Orthopedic Service at UPMC Western Maryland.
Dr. Wolff also had a distinguished military career as a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve. During his career he supported the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Department of Orthopedic Surgery and participated actively in the ongoing care of Operation Iraqi Freedom wounded. Annual training tours have taken him to various commands around the world that include Australia and Sicily.
In 2005, then Commander Wolff was deployed for 9 months to the US Military Hospital, Kuwait as Orthopedic Surgery Department head. During his deployment and under his leadership, the Orthopedic Department treated over 8000 service members and performed over 400 surgeries, which greatly expanded the capabilities and mission of the hospital. He has served his units in numerous leadership roles and retired in 2011 as a Captain. During his military career, Captain Wolff earned four Navy Commendation Medals, the Navy Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Naval Reserve Medal, Sea Service Medal, Overseas Deployment Medal, Global War on Terrorism Deployment Medal, and Two national Defense Medals.
Dr. Wolff served his community by donating his time to the Shrine Club to run screening clinics for their Philadelphia Children's Hospital. He also served as team Physician for a local high school. He has served on the local airport authority Board of Governors since 2008, including extended time as Board Chairman. Dr. Wolff has been recognized by his community and his peers by being selected as one of Allegany County's 20 Most Fascinating People by Allegany Magazine in 2006, and as the Western Maryland Health System's Physician of the Year in 2007. In April of 2007, the Fisher College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at Towson University of Maryland also named him the Alumni Recognition Award winner. In 2021 he was named as one of America’s top doctors.
Wolff Orthopedics and Sports Medicine provides rural Western Maryland with valuable specialty care and Dr. Wolff performs a variety of surgical and non-surgical procedures that have significantly improved musculoskeletal health in Western Maryland. Currently, in addition to his thriving community practice, Dr. Wolff travels to rural areas to assist with delivery of Orthopedic care. He currently holds medical licenses in Maine, Maryland, Oklahoma, New Hampshire and West Virginia. Dr. Wolff also performs Independent Medical Examinations and has served as an Orthopedic Expert legal resource as well.