Lauren H. Redler, MD, specializes in operative and non-operative treatment of sports medicine injuries in pediatric, adolescent and adult patients. She utilizes advanced, minimally invasive arthroscopic surgical techniques to repair sports-related of injuries of the shoulder, elbow, and knee. She is committed to providing the highest quality medical care to achieve the best possible outcomes for her patients. As a former Division I college athlete she understands firsthand the athlete’s desire to recover quickly so they can get back in the game.
Dr. Redler earned her undergraduate degree while playing 4 years of varsity lacrosse at nationally ranked Georgetown University, and completed her medical school training at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Her Orthopedic Surgery residency was completed at Columbia University Medical Center where she served as Administrative Chief Resident in her final year. She went on to complete two orthopedic subspecialty fellowships: one in Sports Medicine at Hospital for Special Surgery and the other in Pediatric Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital.
The recipient of several awards for outstanding research in the field of Sports Medicine, Dr. Redler continues to engage in rigorous research as she strives to further our understanding of pediatric ACL tears, injury prevention and performance enhancement, patellar instability, and shoulder conditions, such as glenohumeral instability, and improve their outcomes. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, Mike. In her spare time, Dr. Redler enjoys running and being active. She has completed the Philadelphia, New York City, Marine Corps, and Chicago Marathons.