Dr. Schroeder is board certified in Reconstructive Rearfoot, Ankle Surgery and Foot Surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Dr. Schroeder believes in personalizing his approach to each patient in order to achieve a full and early return to activities and function. He utilizes appropriate intervention and emphasizes education, involving the patient in the decision-making, treatment, and healing process. In addition to treating general foot and ankle problems, Dr. Schroeder has special interest in treating sports related injuries, complex limb deformity, chronic pain from arthritic conditions, and limb threatening disease associated with diabetes. He offers the latest advanced arthroscopic procedures and total ankle replacement for arthritis of the ankle. Dr. Schroeder was one of the first surgeons in the Portland Metro area to be approved to use the most modern and advanced ankle replacement system in the United States, STAR™. Dr. Schroeder also treats pediatric patients of all types. He is experienced in congenital problems including club feet, in-toeing, flat feet, and toe walking. Child athletes face specific challenges and Dr. Schroeder is understanding and skilled in dealing with their concerns. Outside of the office, Dr. Schroeder is involved in research, education, and lecturing nationally. He has also published numerous articles and contributed chapters to medical textbooks. Dr. Schroeder enjoys the outdoor adventures the Pacific Northwest has to offer, including golf, cycling, skiing, running, hiking with his dogs, and traveling with his family.
California School of Podiatric Medicine 2000
Yale New Haven Hospital 2003
American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Foot Surgery
American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery