Evan S. Lederman, M.D. is board-certified in orthopedic surgery and subspecialty board-certified in orthopedic sports medicine. Dr. Lederman has been practicing in Phoenix, Arizona since 1996. He has years of experience with specialty training in sports medicine, minimally-invasive arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and knee and complex reconstructive surgery. His practice encourages non-operative care when possible and considers surgery only when necessary. Dr. Lederman specializes in all disorders of the shoulder, including advanced techniques for rotator cuff repair, shoulder instability repair, acromioclavicular joint repair and primary and revision shoulder replacement including reversed shoulder replacement, and also specializes in knee arthroscopy and ACL reconstruction.
Dr. Lederman’s work has earned him acceptance as an associate member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES); he is only the second surgeon in Arizona to receive this prestigious honor. He has been awarded the distinction of Phoenix Magazine’s TopDoc and Phoenix SuperDoctors. He has been named one of the “20 of the Top North American Shoulder Surgeons: 2015″ by Orthopedics This Week.
Dr. Lederman is the chief of shoulder service and fellowship director for the Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, clinical faculty for the Orthopedic Residency program and Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Arizona. He educates, lectures and participates in research in sports medicine and shoulder reconstruction. He regularly teaches labs to residents and surgeons on arthroscopic surgery and shoulder replacement surgery. Dr. Lederman has teamed up with industry leaders and has helped create new products and operative procedures for shoulder replacement, AC joint repair and clavicle fracture repair.
Dr. Lederman served as head team physician for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury for 16 years and is the Arizona team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers. He is a consulting physician for Arizona State University and Ballet Arizona, and has cared for athletes at all levels of participation. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy Association of North America, American Sports Medicine Institute Fellowship Society, Arizona Orthopedic Society, Maricopa County Medical Society and the Western Orthopedic Association.
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Title: The Evolution of the Superior Capsular Reconstruction Technique Alan M. Hirahara, MD, FRCSC; Evan S. Lederman, MD; Wyatt J. Andersen, ATC; and Kyle Yamashiro, PT, DPT, CSCS Introduction Irreparable, massive rotator cuff tears can result in unacceptable functional deficits in patients. When the supraspinatus tears and retracts medially, the superior capsule is also disrupted,
Congratulations to TOCA Physician and Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Evan Lederman, who was named as a Top Orthopedic Surgeon 2015 in the Phoenix Magazine Top Doc’s 2016 publication.
Congratulations to Dr. Evan Lederman who was awarded the Martin-Monahan Award from the Milwaukee Brewers! This award is in recognition for the team’s best medical staff. Dr. Lederman is the team physician and surgeon for the Milwaukee Brewers.
TOCA was honored to once again support the Arthritis Foundation for the 2016 GlitzGlamGive Gala. All of the Physicians and staff here are TOCA are proud of Physician Dr. Earl Feng, who has been a Medical Honoree and dedicates his time and talents to the Arizona Arthritis Foundation. Dr. Evan Lederman and Dr. Samuel Harmsen also attended the event to raise money for a cure.
Dr Lederman is the lead author on the paper titled: “A Prospective, Multi-center Study to Evaluate Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes in Primary Rotator Cuff Repair Reinforced with a Xenograft Dermal Matrix.”
Evan Lederman, MD, (Phoenix, AZ) discusses anatomic shoulder replacement with the Apex Humeral Short Stem and the Apex Subscapularis Repair Suture technique.
With the reduced diaphyseal stem length, rectangular stem body and removable trunion, the Apex restores normal patient glenohumeral anatomy while allowing for stem revision and minimizing bone loss.
Dr Lederman was the invited speaker for Grand Rounds at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery on August 26, 2015. He lectured on Controversies and Complications in Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty.
Dr. Lederman serves as head team physician for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury and is the Arizona team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers. He is a consulting physician for Arizona State University and Phoenix Suns, and has cared for athletes at all levels of participation.