Orthopaedist joins Geisinger Medical Center
Sep 06, 2016 10:27AM ● Published by Erica Shames
Liam Dwyer, M.D., has joined Geisinger Medical Center as a doctor of
orthopaedics, specializing in hand, wrist, finger and elbow conditions and
injuries. In addition to seeing patients in the Lewisburg community practice
clinic each Monday, he will see patients in the orthopaedics clinic at Woodbine
Outpatient Clinic, Danville, from Tuesday through Friday.
Dr. Dwyer comes to Geisinger after
serving his orthopaedic residency at UPMC Hamot. In 2016, he completed an
orthopaedic hand fellowship at Lahey Clinic. Dr.
Dwyer’s clinical interests include carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndromes,
nerve and tendon injury, tennis elbow, tendonitis, trigger and mallet fingers,
fractures, joint dislocations and replacements, lacerations, cysts and masses
in the hand, wrist, finger and elbow.
He earned his bachelor’s degree
from the University of Notre Dame in
2006, and a medical degree in 2010 from the
Strich School of Medicine – Loyola University Chicago.