Getting you back to life.
Jared Tadje, MD received an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and attended medical school at the University of Virginia. There, he published articles on sports injuries of the shoulder and knee as well as an innovative approach to increasing the strength of arthroscopic repair of shoulder and knee injuries. After graduating from University of Virginia, Dr. Tadje completed his orthopaedic residency at the University of Michigan. This gave him a unique opportunity to work closely with Big-10 athletes for the football, basketball, and hockey teams. He also performed several research projects and published original research in the Journal of Knee Surgery. In addition to sports medicine, he had extensive training in trauma and joint replacement at the University of Michigan. In 2007, Dr. Tadje completed a fellowship in sports medicine and fracture care in Lake Tahoe. He has an interest in wilderness medicine and humanitarian work - both locally and internationally. He has traveled to Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Nepal to participate in surgical missions, which he plans to continue doing. Outside of his practice, he enjoys the outdoors, particularly mountain biking and snowboarding, and spending time with his wife and 7 children.