Dr. Jeremy Reed MD, FRCSC Assistant Professor Orthopedic Surgery

Dash and Reed Sports Medicine, 7E, Great Plains Road, Emerald Park, SK


Areas of Interest:

  • Clinical outcomes of arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder and knee
  • Policy and administration as it effects patient care, physician morale, and physician wellness
  • Physician wellness, specifically mental health
  • Concussion (in conjunction with Dr. Megan Dash)

Current Appointments:

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
  • Adjunct Professor, College of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Saskatchewan
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course Director, Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Staff Orthopedic Surgeon, Saskatchewan Health Authority

Academic Background

Postgraduate training and appointments:

  • 2006-2007: Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship, Banff Sports Medicine, Banff, Alberta, Canada
  • 2001-2006: Resident, Orthopedic Surgery, University of Calgary

Academic Credentials:

  • M.D. (with distinction), University of Saskatchewan, June 2001
  • Undergrad (Microbiology, Dean's List), University of Saskatchewan, April 1997


  • Co-Author on The Effect of Knee Immobilization on Postoperative Pain, Following ACL Reconstruction: An RCT. American Journal of Sports, Medicine, 37 (1), 56-64, January 2009
    • Outstanding Research Award for Excellence in Sports Medicine Research - American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Meeting (2008).
    • Outstanding Research Award – Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine Annual Meeting (2008)
  • 3rd Place Paper, 12th Annual Residents and Fellows Arthroscopy Meeting, Palm Island, Florida, April 2005
    • Endoscopic Laser Speckle Perfusion Imaging in the Human Knee.
    • Presented on my behalf by Dr. Paul Dooley
  • Best Scientific Paper, Alberta Orthopaedic Research Day, April 2004
    • Endoscopic Laser Speckle Perfusion Imaging in the Human Knee.
  • 2000 Walter and Ruth Leverton Award
    • Academic Achievement
  • 1997, ’98, ’99 Recipient of the Victor and Letha Colleaux Award
    • Academic Achievement
  • 1997 NSERC Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Award
  • College of Arts and Science 1996 and ’97 Dean’s List