Richard Schram M.D.

Richard Schram, M.D.
Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Schram is a Fellowship Certified sports medicine specialist and Board Certified orthopedic surgeon who is uniquely qualified to treat sports related injuries.

He has completed Fellowship training in Sports Medicine with particular focus on the knee and shoulder, earning additional certification in this field. He has worked with some of the finest athletes including the Houston Texans, the Houston Astros, and the San Antonio Spurs, and has returned professional, collegiate, and high school athletes to competitive levels of performance. 



Dr. Schram is Team Physician for the Austin AZTEX Professional Soccer Team. State Champion Lake Travis Cavaliers, and the USTA.

Dr. Schram is an athlete himself. He played collegiate baseball and has competed in marathons, triathlons, and is a USTA 5.0 rated tennis player.

He is also a registered 1st Degree Dan with the World Tae Kwon Do Federation in Seoul, South Korea.

Training

Certifying Body
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Year: 1988
Recertification: 2006

Sports Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellowship – Baylor College of Medicine
Year: 1989


Scope of Practice
Specialist within orthopaedic surgery (75% or more of practice committed to an area of specialty interest)


Type of Practice
Solo Practitioner


Practice Demographics
Age Groups
Adult


Anatomical Specialties
Knee
Shoulder


Treatment Specialties
Arthroscopic Surgery
Joint Replacement
Sports Medicine
Trauma/Fractures


Languages Spoken in Our Practice
English
Spanish



Undergraduate University of Texas
Austin, Texas

BA, Biology, English
1977

Medical Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas
M.D.
1981

Residency University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas
Orthopedic Surgery
1986

Fellowship Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas
Sports Medicine
1989

JD University of Texas School of Law
Austin, Texas
J.D.
2002