Taylor J. Wiley, MD

Taylor Wiley

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Sports Medicine

Dr. Wiley joined Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates in September 2019. He completed his Bachelors of Science Degree at Providence College and his Medical Doctorate at New York Medical College. Dr. Wiley selected the University of Connecticut Health Center to complete his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery and recently completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Brown University.

Dr. Wiley was the team physician for both Brown University Football as well as the Providence Bruins, an AHL affiliate. Dr. Wiley has been awarded several honors, including the West Point Sports Medicine Fellows’ Specialty Day Research Award in 2018. We are fortunate to have such distinguished talent here on the Eastern Shore to treat all your sports medicine and orthopaedic needs.

Dr. Wiley relocated from Connecticut and currently resides in Salisbury, MD.  When Dr. Wiley is not in the office or operating room, he enjoys spending time with his family, sailing, skiing, cooking and hiking.

Curriculum Vitae

Board Certification:
Board Eligible

Fellowship:
Sports Medicine
Brown University
Providence, RI
Fellowship Director: Paul Fadale, MD
Completed 2019

Residency:
Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Connecticut Health Center
Farmington, CT
Chairman: Augustus Mazzocca, MD
Program Director: Lauren Geaney, MD
Completed 2018

Medical School:
New York Medical College
Valhalla, NY
Completed 2013

Undergraduate:
Bachelor’s of Science, Biology
Providence College
Providence, RI
Completed 2008

Licenses:
State of Maryland
State of Delaware

Affiliated Positions:
Team Physician, Brown University Football
Team Physician, Providence Bruins, AHL

Professional Organizations:
Resident Member, Connecticut Orthopedic Society
Resident Member, American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons

Publications:
Wiley TJ, Dyrna F, Mazzocca AD. Acromioclavicular Joint Injury, Surgical Treatment: Open. In “Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in Athletes: Prevention, Treatment, and Return to Sport.” Edited by Arciero RA, Cordasco FA, and Provencher MT. New York, NY: Elsevier 2017.

Nissen CW, Marchese J, Wiley TJ. Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Capitellum. In “Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in Athletes: Prevention, Treatment, and Return to Sport.” Edited by Arciero RA, Cordasco FA, and Provencher MT. New York, NY: Elsevier 2017.

Presentations:
“Perioperative Considerations in Rheumatoid Arthritis” St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic
Grand Rounds Presentation 3/17/2015

“Case Presentation: Hip Dysplasia” -CCMC Alumni Day 11/2015

“Case Presentation: Pediatric Elbow Pain”- CCMC Alumni Day 11/182016

“Operative Management of Patella Fractures” – St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic Grand
Rounds Presentation 3/22/2017

“St. Francis Hospital Fracture Conference”- St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic Grand
Rounds Presentation 4/12/2017

“Hip Instability”- St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds Presentation 5/31/2017

“Periprosthetic Fractures of the Shoulder” – St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic Grand
Rounds Presentation 6/7/2017

“Arthroplasty Conference”- St. Francis Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds Presentation
6/14/2017

“Complications Conference” – Hartford Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds Presentation
6/29/2017

“Arthroplasty Conference”- Hartford Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds Presentation
7/6/2017

“Upper Extremity Trauma Conference”- Hartford Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds
Presentation 7/13/2017

“Foot & Ankle Trauma Conference” – Hartford Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds
Presentation 7/20/2017

“Spine Indications Conference”- Hartford Hospital Orthopedic Grand Rounds Presentation
1/18/2018

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