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About

Andrew T. Guidry, M.D., was the Berman Brain & Spine Institute’s first Sports Neurology Fellow, and upon completion of the 2-year fellowship program, he joined the team at LifeBridge Health’s Sports Medicine Institute. During fellowship training, Dr. Guidry broadened the scope of his knowledge and skills in the areas of sports neurology, concussion, and head and neck injuries and now has become the sports neurology fellowship director at LifeBridge Health. Dr. Guidry is an experienced teacher, has presented at regional and national meetings, and has authored book chapters in the areas of neurology diagnoses and athletes with neurologic disease. Dr. Guidry is happy to see patients 7 years of age and older at either his Sinai or Foundry Row office. Athletes are seen within 48 hours, and all other patients are seen within 2 weeks.


Education

  • Medical Education:Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University
  • Fellowship:Berman Brain & Spine Institute – Sports Neurology Fellow
  • Residency:Emory University School of Medicine

Specialties

Dr. Guidry's specialties are concussion, whiplash, posttraumatic headache, and clearance for athletic participation in those patients with neurologic disease. He is skilled at administering Botox to relieve migraines and administering occipital trigger-point injections.

Additional Interests

University

Dr. Guidry graduated from Duke University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology, with a concentration in neuroscience, and where he played the position of center and long snapper for all 4 years on the Duke University varsity football team.

Location

Baltimore Owings Mills Brain Spine Institute
5051 Greenspring Ave Ste 200
Baltimore, MD 21209
and LifeBridge Health at Foundry Row
10084 Reisterstown Road, Suite 300-A
Owings Mills, MD 21117