Orthopedic Surgeon with Fellowship Training in Orthopedic Trauma
Dr. Lieder is an orthopedic surgeon, fellowship trained in trauma, specializing in complex orthopedic fracture care and adult joint reconstruction.
Originally from Lansing, Michigan, Dr. Lieder obtained his bachelor’s degree in Physiology at Michigan State University and his medical degree from Lincoln Memorial University. He completed an orthopedic surgery residency at Midwestern University in Chicago and an orthopedic trauma fellowship at Indiana University Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
While completing his fellowship, Dr. Lieder was awarded a traveling fellowship grant to practice abroad at the Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, China.
Dr. Lieder holds leadership roles such as Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma at Illinois Masonic Medical Center. He is a member of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Being active in research, Dr. Lieder is committed to providing his patients with the most current and innovative treatment options. Additionally, he is dedicated to orthopaedic education, teaching residents at University of Illinois-Chicago and Midwestern University.
IBJI providers are participating providers in the following workers’ compensation Preferred Provider Programs (PPP):
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“Great Doctor!! I have the utmost respect for him, I recommend this doctor to everyone who is looking for a trauma specialist.”
“A year ago, I was running down the stairs and missed the last stair landing with force on my right leg. I broke the tibia in half and two bones in my ankle. I was blessed by the fact that Dr. Leider was on call that night. He assessed my leg and did surgery to insert a metal rod in the tibia and screws in the ankle. Dr. Leider told me it would take a year to heal and he was correct. After a year of faithful physical therapy, I had my last appointment and was declared completely healed. I am now walking without the aid of even a cane. The medical staff at the hospital told me I was lucky that Dr. Leider was on call because he is such a gifted surgeon. I couldn’t agree more.” – Kathleen