The Daily Journal, Best Orthopaedic Surgeon 2008, 2010-2013, 2014, 2015
South Jersey Magazine “Top Doc”, Orthopaedic Surgeon, 2008, 2010, 2012
“Top Orthopedist” by the Consumer Research Council, 2008.
“One of the best physicians in New Jersey” by Inside Jersey Magazine.
Dr. Thomas A. Dwyer, MD, FAAOS, is a board certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon and the President/CEO of Premier Orthopaedic Associates.
Dr. Dwyer specializes in orthopaedic arthroscopic sports medicine, shoulder and knee surgery. His practice covers all areas of orthopaedic medicine and he has a personal interest in sports medicine. Dr.Dwyer most commonly treats torn rotator cuff and labrum tears in the shoulder and ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and meniscus tears in the knee. He is a master shoulder instructor in advanced surgical techniques and served as the Chair of Surgery at South Jersey Healthcare from 2008-2014.
Dr. Dwyer graduated from The University of Notre Dame and went on to attain his medical degree from Syracuse University, followed by his Internship and Residency at The University of Connecticut Health & Science Center. He then completed his fellowship at The Orthopaedic Research of Virginia program in Sports Medicine.
Thomas A. Dwyer, MD, FAAOS is an attending faculty member at Rowan University Medical School and an integral part of the Orthopaedic Residency Program training new physicians at Inspira Health Network. Dr. Dwyer was awarded Orthopaedic Chief Residents Attending 2020 for exceptional leadership and dedication to orthopaedic Resident Education and honored for unwavering dedication and lifelong commitment to making Cumberland County a better place to live and work, being named a Cumberland County Legend 2020.
Dr. Dwyer was inspired to become an Orthopaedic Surgeon because he “has had nearly every sports injury under the sun”. As a result he was exposed to a number of great orthopaedic doctors. Those positive experiences, a passion for athletics, and an interest in medicine are what drove him to sports medicine. Now, he helps athletes get back on the field to do what they love. Dr. Dwyer points to arthroscopic surgery and the tiny incisions required to perform surgery as the greatest advancement in Orthopaedic care today. Premier patients can recover with “less pain, greater mobilization and a quicker return to normal work and play.”