Dr. Mark Geyer, a specialist in shoulder, hip and knee surgery, has been in practice in the Memorial area for over 5 years. As a native Houstonian from the Spring Branch area, it is a rewarding experience for Dr. Geyer to work in the area he grew up. Following his orthopedic training at Duke University Medical Center and The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado, Dr. Geyer brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, ligament reconstruction, and fracture management.
A graduate from Second Baptist School and Baylor University, Dr. Geyer received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He then completed an orthopedic surgery residency at Duke where he served as a team physician for a local high school as well as for North Carolina Central University and Duke University athletic teams. Dr. Geyer completed his training by electing to pursue subspecialty training at The Steadman Clinic. In addition to the world class clinical training, Dr. Geyer participated in clinical research as well as in the medical coverage of the US Ski and Snowboard teams.
Dr. Geyer is excited to be a part of the team at Inov8 Orthopedics. The mission of bringing high quality, specialized orthopedic care drives Dr. Geyer every day.
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As if being an orthopedic surgeon isn’t busy enough, Dr. Geyer loves chasing after (and coaching, carpooling, cleaning up after) his 4 children. He and his wife love the big family. If there is any free time left, he enjoys working out, playing tennis and traveling with his beautiful wife.
- Board Certified, The American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, 7/24/2014
- Athletic Orthopedics and Knee Center, Houston, TX, 8/27/2012 – Present
- Medical Director, Houston Surgery Center, 1/1/2016 – Present
- A., Philosophy, Baylor University, 2002
- D., Baylor College of Medicine, 2006
Post Graduate Education and Training
- Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program, Duke University Medical Center, 2006 - 2011
- Sport Medicine Fellowship, The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail, CO, 2011 - 2012
- License #49731, Colorado, 2011, Active
- License #P3155, Texas, 2012, Active
Professional Society Memberships
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Arthroscopy Association of North America
- American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
- Texas Medical Association
- Harris County Medical Society
Honors and Awards
- Dean’s List for 8 semesters, Baylor University, 1998-2002
- Summa cum laude, Baylor University, 2002
- Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Baylor University, 2002
- Philosophy Student of the Year, Baylor University, 2002
- Orthopaedic Medical Student of the Year, Baylor College of Medicine, 2006
- Most Outstanding Research Project, Steadman Philippon Research Institute Scientific Advisory Committee, 2012
Team Coverage Experience
- Stratford High School, Houston Christian High School, Episcopal High School, Awty International School, Morton Ranch High School, Nimitz High School team coverage, 2012-Present
- Riverside High School Football Team, 2008-2009
- North Carolina Central University Football Team, 2008
- North Carolina Central University Men’s and Women’s Basketball Team, 2009
- Duke University Football Team, 2009
- Director of IT for AOK Medical Center, 2013-Present
- Resident Coordinator for Durham’s High School Football Teams’ Resident Coverage and Duke University Athletics Teams’ Resident Coverage, 2009
- Chen CH, Yeh ML, Geyer M, Wang GJ, Huang MH, Heggeness MH, Höök M, Luo ZP. Interactions between collagen IX and biglycan measured by atomic force microscopy. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2006 Jan 6;339(1):204-8.
- Chen CH, Marymont JV, Huang MH, Geyer M, Luo ZP, Liu X. Mechanical strain promotes fibroblast gene expression in presence of corticosteroid. Connect Tissue Res. 2007;48(2):65-9.
- Geyer, M & Moorman, C.T. “Injuries in American High School Football”. Praeger Handbook of Sports Medicine and Athlete Health eds. R. J. Echemendia, D. T. Kirkendall, C. T. Moorman. Praeger. 2010.
- Lachiewicz, P. & Geyer, M. “The Use of Highly Cross-linked Polyethylene in Total Knee Arthroplasty.” J Am Acad Orthop Surg, Vol 19, No 3, March 2011, 143-151.
- Geyer M, Rodkey WG, Steadman JR. “Clinical Relevance of Chondral Lesions in the Treatment of the ACL-Deficient Knee: Microfracture Technique.” The ACL-Deficient Knee. A Problem Solving Approach. Eds. Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso and Joan Carles Monllau. Springer. 2013.
- Feagin JA, Pierce CM, Geyer M. “ACL Primary Repair: What We Did, the Results, and How It Helps Today to Tailor Treatments to the Patient and the Pathology.” The ACL-Deficient Knee. A Problem Solving Approach. Eds. Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso and Joan Carles Monllau. Springer. 2013.
- Geyer MR, Philippon MJ, Fagrelius TS, Briggs KK. Acetabular labral reconstruction with an iliotibial band autograft: outcome and survivorship analysis at minimum 3-year follow-up. Am J Sports Med. 2013 Aug;41(8):1750-6.