Daniel Horwitz
Associate, Department of Orthopaedics
Chief, Orthopaedic Trauma

LOCATION(S)
Department of Orthopaedics
100 North Academy Avenue
Danville, PA 17822
Phone: 570-271-6541
Fax: 570-271-5872
dshorwitz@geisinger.edu

Research Interests

Dr. Horwitz’s research interests include: • Orthopaedic care of patients with multiple injuries • Unstable pelvic fractures • Acetabular fractures • Complex periarticular fractures • Nonunions/osteomyelitis • Orthopaedic Trauma program development • SI joint fusions

Recent Publications

  • Horwitz DS, Richard RD, Suk M. (2014, Jan). The reporting of functional outcome instruments in the journal of orthopaedic trauma over a 5-year period. J Orthop Trauma , 28(1):2-5. Full Text
  • Rothberg DL, Holt DC, Horwitz DS, Kubiak EN. (2013, Aug). Tibial nailing with the knee semi-extended: review of techniques and indications: AAOS exhibit selection. J Bone Joint Surg Am , 95(16):e116(1-8). Full Text
  • Hou Z, Bowen TR, Irgit KS, Matzko ME, Andreychik CM, Horwitz DS, Smith WR. (2013, Jun). Treatment of pertrochanteric fractures (OTA 31-A1 and A2): long versus short cephalomedullary nailing. J Orthop Trauma , 27(6):318-24. Full Text
  • Rothberg DL, Daubs GM, Horwitz DS, Kubiak EN. (2013, May). One-year postoperative knee pain in patients with semi-extended tibial nailing versus control group. Orthopedic , 36(5):e548-53. Full Text

Education

MD, Washington University, St. Louis, 1986-1990
Residency, Columbia University, 1991-1995
Fellowship, Trauma, University of Utah School of Medicine, 1995-1996