Meet Ryan Reardon, MD
Dr. Reardon joined Dr. Wroten in 2010 at the Fort Worth Hand Center. Dr. Reardon’s practice focuses on the hand, wrist, arm and elbow. He enjoys the full gamut of hand issues ranging from injuries to chronic ailments such as nerve entrapment conditions and arthritis. Dr. Reardon has treated a wide breadth of conditions from a vast array of occupations including professional athletes. He is recognized by his peers in the community for the care and expertise that he provides as well as being one of Fort Worth’s Top doctors by Fort Worth Magazine.
Dr. Reardon spent most of his youth in southeast Michigan but also managed to spend extended periods of time in England, Japan, and Costa Rica. Dr. Reardon attended the University of Michigan as an undergraduate before attending the Wayne State School of medicine. He then completed his internship and residency in Orthopedic Surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital. In 2009, Dr. Reardon then pursued his fellowship at the Hand &Upper Extremity Fellowship Program at Thomas Jefferson University, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Hand Center.
Dr. Reardon believes that caring for someone is an enormous responsibility, imbued by the trust that a patient places in him. In that regard, his focus is to treat his patients as he would his family. There are a variety of ailments that can impact the function of our hands and therefore the quality of our lives. His goal is to provide unparalleled care for his patients. Just as not all people are alike, nor are their hand problems. He strives to deliver catered solutions to their unique situations and be a partner in their decision making process.
Get to Know Dr. Reardon
Outside of medicine, Dr. Reardon enjoys spending time with his wife, Kristina, watching movies and sports. He is also an amateur sculptor and avid cook. And when can find the time, he enjoys the new experiences gained via traveling.