Dr. Michael T. Reilly is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine, and Independent Medical Examination. He was a member of the initiating class of orthopaedic surgeons to become Board Certified in the subspecialty of Sports Medicine. He is the director of the Center for Knee, Shoulder & Hip at Broward Orthopaedic Specialists.
Dr. Reilly developed interest in orthopaedics at an early age after experiencing several of his own athletic injuries. These experiences fueled his passion for helping others to overcome sports injuries and problems related to joint arthritis.
Following his premedical education at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with honors, he went on to medical school. His postgraduate work includes an internship at the University of Utah and orthopaedic residency at the University of Miami. Dr. Reilly was selected from hundreds of applicants for advanced postgraduate training as a Fellow with the renowned Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Alabama, where he refined his skills in sports medicine, arthroscopic and joint replacement surgery.
In 1989, Dr. Reilly established his orthopaedic practice in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has successfully treated thousands of patients, establishing himself as an expert in arthroscopic and joint replacement surgery of the knee, shoulder and hip. Although Dr. Reilly developed and refined his surgical skills to support the athletic and arthritic arena, his orthopaedic expertise has become known for state of the art care and treatment of people in all walks of life.
South Florida Magazine recognized Dr. Reilly as "Best Orthopaedic Surgeon" taken from a survey of Florida doctors. He has also been selected by Castle Connolly Guide as How to Find the Best Doctors: Florida and has been named Top Docs 2000 Best Physicians in South Florida, Miami Metro Magazine October 2000 Issue. His resume includes membership to prestigious professional organizations: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, American Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the American Medical Association.
Dr. Reilly has served as a National Team Physician for the United States Swimming Team. He was selected as a member of the United States Sports Medicine Society.
With a strong interest in education, he is a frequent lecturer, author of many publications, and has teaching duties as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the University of Florida Residency Training Program. He is a consultant and board member of the Arthritis Foundation. Dr. Reilly remains active with research and serves as a consultant for Genzyme Corporation cartilage regeneration and transplantation projects and investigation.
The most rewarding part of Dr. Reilly's orthopaedic practice is the opportunity to relate to the professional and recreational competitive athletes, as well as injured workers, homemakers, non-athletes, and senior citizens.
Through a unique combination of competitive spirit to always strive for excellence, coupled with his warm bedside manner, Dr. Reilly would consider it a privilege to assist you with your orthopaedic needs.