January 15, 2024
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 15, 2024
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CINCINNATI, Ohio – Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine proudly announces the addition of Dr. John Wyrick, a distinguished board-certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon with over 30 years of expertise in trauma surgery. His arrival marks a significant enhancement in patient care and access to top-tier trauma services within the community.
Previously serving as a professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and UC Health’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Wyrick brings a wealth of knowledge as the Director of Upper Extremity Surgery and Trauma, coupled with his role as the Associate Director of Orthopaedic Trauma.
“I have the greatest amount of respect for Dr. Wyrick for his quality of care and his technical ability,” praised Dr. Peter Cha. “As a Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, he has positively impacted and trained many of the orthopaedic surgeons in the region, including me. He is an innovator in the field of orthopaedic trauma and limb deformity and lengthening. Beacon and TriHealth are blessed to have him provide the highest level of care within our community.”
Dr. Timothy Kremchek also commended Dr. Wyrick, stating, “Dr. Wyrick is a renowned orthopedic surgeon and a terrific teacher and innovator. His technical skills, especially in orthopedic trauma, are second to none. He will be a terrific addition to Beacon Orthopedics and will continue to be a huge asset in our region.”
Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, renowned for its comprehensive care, has identified a unique opportunity to strengthen its trauma specialty by welcoming Dr. Wyrick to their esteemed team. While Beacon boasts a large group of skilled surgeons, Dr. Wyrick’s specific focus on trauma cases ensures that patients receive tailored and specialized care for a range of injuries, from fractured ankles to high energy injuries from accidents, as well as their complications including nonunions and infection after fracture.
Reflecting on his new role, Dr. Wyrick expressed, “My practice is truly based around trauma. Beacon has referred patients to me in the past due to my unique skills and abilities to address complex trauma cases effectively. I look forward to contributing my skills to further elevate the quality of care Beacon Orthopedics provides.”
Dr. Wyrick, a graduate of Wright State University’s medical school, completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. His commitment to excellence is underscored by advanced training received from prestigious programs, including the Mary S. Stern Hand Surgery Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati and Bethesda hospitals, as well as the Martin Allgower AO Traveling Trauma Fellowship in Hannover, Germany, and Bern, Switzerland.
In addition to his local contributions, Dr. Wyrick has demonstrated a commitment to global healthcare by participating in the Village Life Outreach Project in Tanzania, Africa, for the past five years. His dedication to providing medical treatments and sharing innovative techniques has had a transformative impact on the healthcare landscape in East African villages.
Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is thrilled to welcome Dr. John Wyrick to the team and is confident that his expertise will further solidify our commitment to delivering exceptional orthopedic care to the community.
Established in 1996, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has helped thousands of patients overcome injuries and improve their quality of life. Beacon Orthopaedics provides medical direction and coverage for over 35 local high schools, five college athletics programs, and professional teams including the Cincinnati Reds. With over 20 locations across Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana, Beacon offers instant access to comprehensive orthopaedic care, including sports medicine, physical therapy, athletic training, imaging services, regenerative medicine, as well as surgical procedures involving neck, spine, shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle repair, reconstruction,and replacement.