Kyle Anderson, MD
Head Team Physician and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Detroit Lions
Fellowship Director in Sports Medicine, Beaumont Hospital
Kyle Anderson received his BS from the University of Michigan in 1987, his MD from the University of Michigan from 1988-1993, and completed his residency at Northwestern University from 1993-1998. He held a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in 1999.
Kyle Anderson MD has been Team Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Detroit Lions for 16 years. He serves as a Fellowship Director in Sports Medicine at Beaumont Hospital. He is also Associate Professor at the Oakland University/William Beaumont School of Medicine. He has also served as a tem physician for the Detroit Tigers for 7 years and surgical consultant for the Detroit Red Wings for 6 years. He has authored over 50 publications and book chapters. He has been voted a “Top Doctor” in the area by his physician peers nearly every year in practice. He specializes in both arthroscopic and open surgery for athletic injuries of the shoulder, elbow, and knee. During his collegiate years, Dr Anderson lettered in football at the University of Michigan under the legendary Coach Bo Schembechler.
Selected Published Work
2014 Pifer M, Mearz T, Baker T, Anderson K: “Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) Content and Activity in Low-Platelet, Low-Leukocyte and High-Platelet, High-Leukocyte Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and the Biologic Response to PRP by Human Ligament Fibroblasts.” Am J Sports Med 42(3), March 2014
2013 Lynch JL, Maerz T, Baker K, Andersn K” “ The Graftlink UCL Reconstruction: Biomechanical comparison to the Docking Technique in both Kinematcs and Failure Tests” Am J Sports Med 2013
2009 Hurbanek JG, Anderson K, Crabtree S, Karnes GJ: “Biomechanical comparison of the docking technique with and without humeral bioabsorbable interference screw fixation” Am J Sports Med 2009 Mar;37(3):526-33.
2007 Hurbanek J, Anderson K, Kaatz S, Shepard A, Workings M, Rand K: “Ulnar Deep Venous Thrombosis in a Professional Baseball Pitcher. A Case Report.” Am J Sports Med 2007. Vol 35, No. 12. pp. 2131-2134.
2006 Anderson K, Boothby M, Aschenbrener D, Van Holsbeeck M: “Outcome and Structural Integrity After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Using Two Rows of Fixation: Minimum 2-year Follow-up” American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vlo 34(12): 1899-1905, 2006
2004 Kooima CL, Anderson K, Teeter D, Craig JV, van Holsbeeck M: “Subclinical Evidence of Medial Collateral Ligament Injury and Posteromedial Impingement in Professional Baseball Players”. American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol 32(7): 1602-6, 2004
2004 Tashman S, Collon DJ, Anderson K, Kolowich P: “Abnormal Rotational Knee Motion after ACL Reconstruction”. American Journal Sports Medicine Vol 32(4): 975-983, 2004
2002 Anderson K, Warren RF, Altchek DW, Craig EV, O’Brien SJ: “Risk Factors for Early Failure after Thermal Capsulorrhaphy” American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol 30(1): 103-111, Jan/Feb 2002
2001 Anderson K, Seneviratne A, Izawa K, Atkinson B, Potter H, Rodeo S: “Augmentation of Tendon Graft-to-Bone Healing using a Bone Growth Factor.” American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol. 29(6):689-698, 2001
2001 Anderson K, Strickland S, Warren RF: “Current Concepts Review: Hip Injuries In the Athlete” American Journal of Sports Medicine 29(4):521-533, 2001
1999 Cummins C, Bowen MK, Anderson K, Messer T: “Suprascapular Nerve Injury in a Professional Baseball Player.” Am J Sports Med Vol. 27(6): 810-813
1992 Anderson K, Wojtys EM, Loubert PV, Miller RE:”A Biomechanical Evaluation of Taping and Bracing in Reducing Knee Joint Translation and Rotation” Am J Sports Med Vol. 20(4) July/Aug.
Daniel Latt, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering
University of Arizona
Dr. Latt earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 2002. He then completed residency training in orthopaedic surgery at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He has fellowship training in sports medicine from Kaiser San Diego, and foot and ankle surgery from Duke University.
Dr. Latt specializes in the care of athletic injuries of the shoulder, knee, ankle and foot. He is particularly interested in complex lower extremity reconstruction and realignment, cartilage injuries, patellofemoral disorders, degenerative disorders of tendon and arthroscopy of the ankle, knee and shoulder. He has a special interest in dance medicine and is the medical director of the dance medicine clinic at the University of Arizona.
In addition to his medical degree, Dr. Latt earned a PhD in bioengineering form the University of Pittsburgh. He has experience in both human movement analysis and joint biomechanics. His current research interests include the development of ultrasound for the functional imaging of tendons, the study of joint contact pressures in the ankle and the patellofemoral joints, the study of the viscoelastic properties of bone, and the use patient reported outcomes following lower extremity surgery.
Dr. Latt has served in a number of leadership roles in professional societies through which he has sought to improve the evidence base for orthopaedic care by increasing the quantity and quality of orthopaedic research performed. He is currently the chair of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Research Committee and a member of the managerial board of the Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Research Network. He is the also the vice chair of the AAOS Board of Specialty Societies Research Committee.
Dr. Latt is also very committed to improving orthopaedic research through medical publishing. He is a long time reviewer for both sports medicine and foot and ankle journals (AJSM, OJSM, FAI, CORR, and FAS), he has been on the editorial board of the Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine since its inception, and in 2016, he became the founding editor of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics, the online open access sister journal to Foot & Ankle International.
Selected Published Work
Latt LD, Glisson RR, Montijo HE, Usuelli FG, Easley ME. Effect of Graft Height
Mismatch on Contact Pressures with Osteochondral Grafting of the Talus. Am J Sports Med. 2011;39(12):2662-2669.
Hung M, Baumhauer JF, Brodsky JW, Cheng C, Ellis SJ, Franklin JD, Hon SD, Ishikawa SN, Latt LD, Phisitkul P, Saltzman CL, SooHoo NF, Hunt KJ, OFAR. Psychometric Comparison of the PROMIS Physical Function CAT With the FAAM and FFI for Measuring Patient-Reported Outcomes. Foot Ankle Int 2014; 35(6):592-599.
Hunt KJ, Alexander I, Baumhauer J, Brodsky J, Chiodo C, Daniels T, Davis WH, Deland J, Ellis S, Hung M, Ishikawa SN, Latt LD, Phisitkul P, SooHoo NF, Yang A, Saltzman CL, OFAR. The Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Outcomes Research (OFAR) network: feasibility of a multicenter network for patient outcomes assessment in foot and ankle. Foot Ankle Int. 2014;35:847-854.
Latt LD, Glisson RR, Adams SB, Schuh R, Narron JA, Easley ME. Biomechanical Comparison of External Fixation and Compression Screws for Transverse Tarsal Joint Arthrodesis. Foot Ankle Int. 2015 doi:10.1177/1071100715589083.
Latt LD, Smith K, Dupont, K. Revision Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis with a Pseudoelastic Intramedullary Nail. Manuscript ID FAS-2015-09-101 submitted to Foot and Ankle Specialist September 13, 2015. Accepted for publication March 27, 2016.