Ryan Scheer, MD

Oceanside, NY

Binghamton, BS Biochemistry

Medical School
SUNY Downstate

Why Orthopaedics?
Ortho allows me to work with a diverse patient population, contribute to a dynamic and ever-changing field, all while promptly and often definitively addressing a myriad of musculoskeletal injuries/concerns.

Why Robert Wood Johnson?
Hard-Working culture, great camaraderie amongst residents and attendings, plus a world-class operative experience

Research interests/Publications

  1. Scheer RC, Newman JM, Zhou JJ, Oommen AJ, Naziri Q, Shah NV, Pascal SC, Penny GS, McKean JM, Tsai J, Uribe JA. Ankle Fracture Epidemiology in the United States: Patient-Related Trends and Mechanisms of Injury. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery. 2020;59(3):479-483
  2. Morrissey PJ, Scheer RC, Shah NV, Penny GS, Koehler SM. Increases in Fireworks-Related Upper Extremity Injuries Correspond to Increasing Fireworks Sales: An Analysis of 41,195 Injuries across 10 Years. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 2021;29(13):667-674 
  3. Zhou JJ, Shah NV, Scheer RC, Newman JM, Hariri OK, Tretiakov M, Koehler SM, Hesham K, Aibinder WR, Chapman CR. Trends and Epidemiology of Radial Head Subluxation in the United States from 2004 to 2018. European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology. 2021.
  4. Shah, N.V., Conway, C., Zhou, J.J., Rathod, J., Scheer, R., Newman, J.M., Naziri, Q., Murray, D.P., Eldib, A., Kelly, J.J., Stroud, S.G., Penny, G.S., Pascal, S.C., Diebo, B.G., Paulino, C.B.. Epidemiology and trends of 39,296 fractures of the lumbar spine from 2007 to 2016 in the United States. The Spine Journal. 2018, Aug; 18(8): S25
  5. Shah, N.V., Scheer, R., Rathod, J., Zhou, J.J., Newman, J.M., Smerling, J.L., Naziri, Q., Kelly, J.J., Conway, C.A., Ford, B., Murray, D.P., Pascal, S.C., Eldib, A., Penny, G.S., Diebo, B.G., Paulino, C.B.. An epidemiological study of 131,176 fractures of the cervical and thoracic spine from 2007 to 2016 in the United States. The Spine Journal. 2018, Aug; 18(8): S11-S12
  6. Shah, N.V., Lettieri, J.M., Scheer, R., Sedaghatpour, D., Ford, B., Diebo, B.G., Paulino, C.B.. Does asymptomatic human immunodeficiency virus (AHIV)-positive status in patients undergoing spinal fusion for degenerative disc disease (DDD) increase risk for adverse postoperative outcomes?. The Spine Journal. 2020, Sep; 20(9): S10

Specialty interest
Hand and Sports

Golf, Football, Poker, Steak, and walking my Wiener dog Poppy