Dr. Raymond Meyer, general orthopedic surgeon with Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, has passed the 2019 American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS) recertification exam.
Meyer first received board certification from the ABOS in 1999. He was then recertified in 2009 and is now certified through 2029.
The ABOS was founded to serve the best interests of the public and the medical profession.
Certification from the ABOS means that the orthopedic surgeon has met the specified educational, evaluation, and examination requirements of the board.
“It was quite an undertaking to complete this certification, but it is very important to me that my patients get the best care possible," Meyer said in a news release from Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
"By earning this designation my patients know that they are getting care from someone who meets the highest standards in the field of orthopedics."
Meyer treats patients of all ages with general orthopedic conditions.
He has an additional fellowship in sports medicine and has been the team physician for Joliet Catholic Academy for many years.
“I treat everyone from middle aged weekend warriors, to elderly golfers to youth athletes,” Meyer said in the release.
Achieving this prestigious designation certifies Meyer’s continued years of qualifications and competence as a top level orthopedic surgeon.
For more information on Meyer and Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, visit rezinortho.com.