September Featured Editorial Board Member

C. Christopher Stroud, MD
Sports Medicine and Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgeon
Troy, Michigan

C. Christopher Stroud, MD is a sports medicine and foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon in Troy, Michigan. He is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and subspecialty certified in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, and he has been dual fellowship trained in Sports Medicine and Foot and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Stroud has a clinical interest in minimally invasive procedures for the foot and ankle and expertise in arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, knee, and ankle.

Originally from Michigan, Dr. Stroud received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University. He then earned his medical degree from Wayne State University and completed his residency at the Detroit Medical Center in Michigan. Dr. Stroud then completed two fellowships: one in Sports Medicine at the University of Chicago and the other in Foot and Ankle at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Selected Published Work

Marks RM, Stroud CC, Walsh R.  Pseudoaneurysm of the Lateral Malleolar Artery Following an Ankle Sprain:  Case Report and Review of the Literature.  Foot and Ankle 20(11), p. 741-3, 1999.  

Stroud CC, Marks RM.  Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Foot and Ankle.  Women’s Health Primary Care 2(9), 1999.

Stroud CC, Reider B.  Medial and Posteromedial Ligament Injuries of the Knee.  In Principles and Practice of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, W Garrett Jr., K Speer and D Kirkendall (eds).  Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, p 663-74, 2000.

Stroud C, Markel D, Sidhu K.  Complete Paraplegia As A Result of Regional Anesthesia in Orthopaedic Patients. J of Arthroplasty, 15 (8), 1064-7, 2000.

Stroud CC, Marks RM.  Imaging of Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus.  Foot Ankle Clinics, 5:1, 119-33, 2000.

Chiodo C, Stroud CC.  Optimal Surgical Preparation of the Residual Limb for Prosthetic Fitting in Below-Knee Amputations.  Foot Ankle Clinics, 6:2, 253-64, 2001.

Schon LC, Mroczek KJ, Stroud CC.  Physiatric Management of Sports-Related Foot and Ankle Injury.  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation:  State of the Art Reviews.  15(3), p 587, 2001.

Stroud CC.  Arthroscopic Arthrodeses of the Ankle, Subtalar and First Metatarsophalangeal Joint.  Foot Ankle Clinics, 7(1), 135-46, 2002.

Stroud CC, Schon LC.  Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation.  The Ankle and Foot: Anatomy, Pathology and Diagnosis.  In Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Secrets, 2nd edition, eds O’Young, Young, Stiens, Hanley & Belfus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, 2002.

Stroud CC.  Heel Pain, Plantar fasciitis and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.  Current Opinion in Orthopaedic Surgery, 13(2), 2002.

Stroud CC.  Absorbable Implants in Fracture Management.  Foot/Ankle Clinics, 7(3), 495-99, 2002.

Reider B, Arcand MA, Diehl LH, Mroczek K, Abulencia A, Stroud CC, Palm M, Gilbertson J, Staszak P.  Proprioception of the knee before and after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.  Arthroscopy 2003 Jan 19(1):2-12.

Stroud CC.  Fractures of the Midtarsals, Metatarsals and Phalanges.  Foot/Ankle Orthopaedic Knowledge Update III, 2003.

Nicholson JJ, Parks BG, Stroud CC, Myerson MS.  Joint Contact Characteristics in the Agility Total Ankle Arthroplasty.  Clin Orthop 424:125-9, 2004, Jul. 

Sangeorzan BJ, CC Stroud, et al.  Issues of Importance to Patients Seeking Care from Members of the AOFAS:  A Preliminary Report of the Outcomes Committee of the AOFAS.  Foot/Ankle Int’l 26(8):638-44, 2005.

Agel J, et al.  Reliability of the foot function index:  a report of the AOFAS outcomes committee.  Foot/Ankle Int’l 26(11):962-7, 2005.

Stroud Christopher.  Arthroscopic Ankle Arthrodesis.  In Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics.  Scuderi GR, Tria AJ (eds). Springer Science, New York, NY, 2010.

Stroud CC.  Ankle Arthroscopy:  Setup, Diagnosis, Instrumentation and Impingement Lesions.  In Sports Medicine Surgery.  Operative Techniques.  Reider B, Terry MA, Provencher MT (eds).  Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia, PA, 2010.

Stroud CC, Fountain E, Pollzzie M.  A) Plantar Fasciitis: Introduction B) Non-Surgical Rehabilitation of Plantar Fasciitis C) Post-Surgical Rehabilitation after Plantar Fasciitis Surgery.  In Orthopaedic Rehabilitation of the Athlete:  Getting Back in the Game.  Reider B, Davies G, Provencher, M (eds).  Elsevier, 2015.

Stroud CC.  Arthroscopy of the Hallux MTP Joint.  In Minimally Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery.  Bluman R, Chiodo C (eds).  Wolters Kluwer, 2016.


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