James Dyreby, MD






Undergraduate        University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 1975 Degree Bachelor of Arts, Medical Science

Honors:  Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, 1972

Phi Kappa phi Honor Society, 1974
Phi Beta Kappa, 1975



University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 1978
Degree Doctor of Medicine

Honors:  Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society



University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin



University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 7/1/78 – 6/30/83



St. Mary’s Hospital  Physician Advisor, Department of Physical Therapy 1990-Present
Chairman, Department of Surgery 1989-1991
Chairman, Environmental and Infection Control Committee 1992
Co-Director, St. Mary’s Hospital Ambulance
Department 1994-1997
Developed orthopedic surgical privileges requirements for
St. Mary’s Hospital and Ministry Healthcare Network



American Board of Orthopedic Surgery 1986
Re-Certified American Board of Orthopedic Surgery 1997



Orthopedics Overseas
American Medical Association
American Academy
of Orthopedic Surgeons
Wisconsin State Medical Society
World Orthopedic Concern
Wisconsin Orthopedic Society
Oneida County
Medical Society
Mid America Orthopedic Association



“High tibial osteotomy in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee.  The role of preoperative arthroscopy”, J.S. Keene, M.D. and J.R. Dyreby, Jr., M.D.; THE JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY January, 1983, Vol, 65, Pages 36-42.


Palmaris Profundus – Rate anomalous muscle”,
James R. Dyreby, Jr., M.D. and William D. Engber, M.D.;
THE JOURNAL OF HAND SURGERY, September, 1982, Vol. 7 No. 5 Page 513-514.


ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY is the medical specialty that includes the Investigation, preservation, restoration, and development of the form and function of the extremities, spine, and associated structures by medical, surgical, and physical methods.


ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS are dedicated to the health, growth, and Repair of our patient’s tissues by biomaterial and biological means.


Revised February, 1998