Foot and Ankle Specialist
Dr. Amy E. Riedel is a Podiatric Surgeon with special interest in working with children and in specialized trauma cases. She brings concentrated experience in dealing with trauma to her practice, gained from her work as Chief Resident at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville, TX, where she and her team saw a high volume of trauma patients. Their mission was to get patients back to work, life and family as safely and as quickly as possible. Dr. Riedel is a native of Katy, TX. She enjoys running, golfing, and horseback riding.
Medical Specialization & Education
In addition to trauma, Dr. Riedel also specializes in foot and ankle disorders including bunions, hammertoes, heel pain, ankle injuries, trauma of the foot and ankle, flatfeet/ high arches, diabetic feet, ingrown nails, nail fungus, Achilles tendonitis, corns, callouses, and skin conditions. She treats patients of all ages.
In 2004, Dr. Riedel received her Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M University. She went on to Barry University in Florida where she graduated in the top of her class with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 2009. Dr. Riedel received numerous awards and scholarships for clinical excellence at
Barry University. While in podiatry school, Dr. Riedel also obtained a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences.
Dr. Riedel completed her training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville, TX after being Chief Resident for the 2011-2012 academic year. She received training from Hunt Regional Medical Center, Baylor Irving Hospital, Medical City of Dallas as well as other fine institutions in the Dallas area.
During her training, the Texas Podiatric Medical Foundation sponsored Dr. Riedel on a mission trip to San Miguel, Mexico to conduct reconstructive foot and ankle surgery on children and adults with profound deformities. She is one of the initiators of a podiatry clinic at Hunt Regional Medical Center for indigent patients.
Dr. Riedel joined Orthopaedic Associates in 2012. She has staff privileges at Hermann Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital, the Houston Orthopedic & Spine Hospital in Bellaire and Houston Methodist St. Catherine, Medical Plaza II in Katy. She hopes to begin teaching podiatry residents in the area and has recently been appointed as Board Member for the Texas Podiatric Medical Association.
Awards & Membership
- TPMA (Board Member – Texas Podiatric Medical Association)
- APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association)
- ACFAS ( American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons)
Dr. Riedel was recently awarded the Faulknor Charitable Outreach Award and Mile High Biomechanics Award by TPMF for her work during residency.