Dr. John Ruder is a fellowship trained sports medicine physician specializing in all facets of sports related injury prevention and treatment. He graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in Biology and subsequently earned his medical degree from the University of Central Florida. He completed an orthopaedic residency at Carolinas Medical Center, followed by a sports medicine fellowship with E. Lyle Cain, MD, Jeffery R. Dugas, MD, Benton A. Emblom MD, and James R. Andrews, MD at the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) in Birmingham, Alabama.
I can’t say enough good things about Dr. Ruder and the care I received for my knee injury. I’ve had an ongoing issue with my knee and re-injury occurred several weeks ago. Dr. Ruder took the time ...
Doctor Ruder did a great job and he took the time to explain everything to me before and after my hip surgery. He also has a great team! Thanks.
Dr. Ruder is amazing! I have extreme anxiety when it comes to doctors and needles. But Dr. Ruder was very accommodating of that and made sure I felt as comfortable as I could. If it wasn’t for him, ...
Dr. Ruder was able to get me in for an appointment to assess the stability of my knee in a very timely manner. Thank you!
Dr. Ruder was very kind explaining and answering all my questions and concerns. Thank you!
Hip Preservation Surgery is an orthopedic procedure performed to repair and preserve a deteriorating hip joint and alleviate chronic pain. It can delay or avoid the need for joint replacement surgery and is recommended in young or active individuals.
Clinical and Morphologic factors associated with Suture Anchor Refixation of Labral tears in the Hip
The acetabular labrum is critical to hip function. Surgical options for treatment of a damaged labrum include removal, debridement, and refixation using suture anchors.
Cyclic and Load-to-Failure Properties of All-Suture Anchors in Human Cadaveric Shoulder Greater Tuberosities
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the cyclic displacement, stiffness, and ultimate load to failure of 3 all-suture anchors in human cadaveric greater tuberosities.