Reed W. Hoyer, Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center

Reed W. Hoyer, MD

Dr. Hoyer attended Wabash College, where he played varsity basketball and graduated with honors. After completion of his undergraduate education, he was awarded his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and he is Board-Certified in orthopedic surgery.

He went on to residency training in orthopedic surgery at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA. He was elected to attend the AOA residence leadership conference and named outstanding chief resident. He completed his post-graduate training with a fellowship in surgery of the hand and upper extremity at Tufts Medical Center and the prestigious New England Baptist Hospital.

Dr. Hoyer’s clinical expertise encompasses all areas of the adult upper extremity, including traumatic injuries, degenerative conditions, sports injuries, and peripheral nerve disorders. He is also well versed in traumatic injuries to the pediatric upper extremity. He has a special interest in elbow pathology, including fractures, instability, elbow arthroscopy, and elbow replacement. Additionally, he is interested in primary and revision total joint arthroplasty of the shoulder.

Dr. Hoyer is a candidate member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. He is also an Emerging Leader in the American Orthopedic Association, and he is a member of the AMA and the Indiana State Medical Association.

Dr. Hoyer will see patients at the following locations: Indianapolis-Northside, Indianapolis-Southside.

Dr. Hoyer can see patients at the following locations

More Information on Reed W. Hoyer, MD

Surgical Treatment of Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis of the Elbow. Jeremy Axe, M.D., Dave Daniels, BS, Reed Hoyer, M.D. ISAKOS Congress, Lyon France, 2015.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis. Reed Hoyer, M.D. Indiana Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting, 2015

Complications of Elbow Arthroscopy. Reed Hoyer, M.D., Pete Hutchinson, M.D., Charles Cassidy, M.D., Hervey Kimball, M.D. Presentation, The New England Hand Society. 2012

ACL Reconstruction with Allograft: How Donor and Recipient Age Affect Outcomes. Vijay B. Thangamani, M.D., Jeremie Axe, M.D., Reed Hoyer, M.D., Jason Rand, P.A., Brian McKeon, M.D., John C. Richmond, M.D., and Paul Weitzel, M.D. Poster presentation, Arthroscopy Association of North America. 2011

Is the Hemi-hamate PIP Autograft Appropriate for all Digits? William Jackson, DO, Tyler Horst, MD, Reed Hoyer, MD, Charles Cassidy, MD. Presentation, The New England Hand Society. 2010

Platelet Rich Plasma – The Orthopaedic Frank’s Red Hot Sauce? A review of the current literature. Grand Rounds presentation, Tufts Medical Center. 2010

Hoyer RW, Braun S. The Quarterly Update 2009;16:(4):19-20 Review of:  Femoral fractures in children younger than three years: The role of nonaccidental injury. J Pediatr Orthop 2008;28:297-302.

Hoyer RW, Horner T. “Determining the efficacy and morbidity of treatment of Arteriovenous Malformations with radiosurgery following preoperative embolization.” Abstract and Presentation at Methodist Research Institute’s Research Program presentation day. 2004

2012 Henry H. Banks Outstanding Chief Resident

2011 Resident Leadership Forum Delegate, American Orthopaedic Association.

2003 Cum laude, Wabash College

2003-present American Medical Association
2013-present Indiana State Medical Association
2013-present American Society for Surgery of the Hand – Candidate member
2013-present American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons – Candidate member
2011-present American Orthopaedic Association Emerging Leader
2007-2013 Massachusetts Medical Society