Mark Riederer, M.D., FAAP is an assistant professor in the University of Michigan's department of orthopaedic surgery, pediatric orthopaedic surgery and U-M MedSport. He completed his residency at Cincinnati Children's and completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado program in Denver.
Dr. Riederer joined the Orthopaedic Surgery faculty at the University of Michigan in August 2014. He has clinical experience in providing non-operative orthopaedic care in the young athlete with acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. He treats conditions affecting multiple joints, including the hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder, back, hip, knee, ankle and foot. He focuses on physical therapy, functional bracing, orthotics, activity modification and correcting biomechanical factors that contribute to injury. Dr. Riederer is also a strong advocate for injury prevention, encouraging the use of protective gear, taking time off of sports and avoidance of sport specialization at a young age.
Dr. Riederer believes in a collaborative, family-centered and team-based approach to the care of young athletes. He coordinates with referring physicians and/or primary care physicians to ensure excellent communication across the care team.
Dr. Riederer is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a member of the Council of Sports Medicine and Fitness and a member of the American Society of Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He is also currently the team physician for the Ypsilanti High School Grizzlies.