|Name:||J. Richard Steadman, M.D.|
|Affiliation:||The Steadman Clinic and The Steadman Philippon Research Institute|
Managing Partner/Founder, The Steadman Clinic
Founder, The Steadman Philippon Research Institute
Professional Summary:Dr. Steadman, a native of Texas, received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University, where he played football for Bear Bryant his freshman and sophomore years. After college, he graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas.
Following internship, two years in the army, and an orthopaedics residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans, La., Dr. Steadman moved with his family to Lake Tahoe, Ca. where he practiced orthopaedics, with increasing emphasis on the treatment of knee disorders. While living there, he was named Chief Physician for the United States Ski Team. During his time at Lake Tahoe, Dr. Steadman developed special surgical techniques which allowed several ski team members to return to competition and win Olympic medals and championships.
At Lake Tahoe, Dr. Steadman started a non-profit sports medicine foundation in order to conduct research in knee surgery and rehabilitation projects. That organization exists today as the Steadman Hawkins Sports Medicine Foundation in Vail.
In 1990, Dr. Steadman moved to Vail, Co., and was joined in practice there by Dr. Richard Hawkins, a specialist in shoulder disorders. By this time, Dr. Steadman had limited his practice to the surgical and conservative treatment of knee disorders.
Dr. Steadman has developed numerous techniques for knee surgery and rehabilitation that have been adopted worldwide for the treatment of various knee disorders.
Educational Background:B.S. (Pre Medicine), Texas A&M University, 1959
M.D., University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 1963
Internship, Charity Hospital, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, LA, 1964
Residency, Charity Hospital, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, LA, 1970
L.S.U. Service, 1966-1970
Lab Contact Info:Dr. J. Richard Steadman, M.D.
Steadman-Hawkins Sports Medicine Clinic
181 West Meadow Drive, Suite 1000
Vail, Colorado 81657
- Surgical and conservative treatment of knee injuries
- Rehabilitation of knee disorders
Publications:Viola, R.W., Steadman J.R., Mair, S.D., Briggs, K.K., Sterett, W.I., "Anterior Curciate Ligament Injury Incidence Among Male and Female Professional Alpine Skiers." Am J Sports Med 27(6):762-5, 1999.
Viola, R.W., Sterett, W.I., Newfield, D., Steadman J.R., Torry, M.R., "Internal and External Tibial Rotation Strength After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Using Ipsilateral Semitendinosus and Gracilis Tendon Autografts." Am J Sports Med 28(4):552-5, 2000.
Torry, M.R., Decker, M.J., Viola, R.W., O'Connor, D.D., Steadman, J.R., "Intra-articular Knee Joint Effusion Induces Quadriceps Avoidance Gait Patterns." Clin Biomech 15(3):147-159, 2000.
Willson, J., Torry, M.R., Decker, M.J., Kernozek, T., Steadman, J.R., "Effects of Walking Poles on Lower Extremity Gait Mechanics." Med Sci Sports Exerc. 33(1):142-7, 2001.
Steadman, J.R., Rodkey, W.G., Rodrigo, J.J., "Microfracture: Surgical Technique and Rehabilitation to Treat Chondral Defects." Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 391(s): 362-369, 2001.