Orthopedic Surgery / Total Joint Replacement

Thomas Diliberti, MD
Thomas Diliberti, MD

Practice Name

  • Elbow
  • Elbow Replacement
  • Finger
  • Forearm
  • Hand
  • Joint Finger Replacement
  • Sports Medicine (7 years and older)
  • Wrist


Stanford University BS, 1987

Baylor College of Medicine M.D., 1991

Baylor College of Medicine General Surgery, 1992

Baylor College of Medicine Orthopedic Surgery, 1996

University of California San Diego Fellowship

Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery, 1997


American Society for Surgery of the Hand

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

Dallas County Medical Society

Texas Medical Association

Dr. Thomas DiLiberti, a Dallas orthopedic surgeon, provides patients with the specialized knowledge that is so important when treating the complex structures of the hand, wrist and elbow

The human hand is one of the most complicated structures of the human body, so treating it requires expertise that can only be gained by extensive training.

In order for Dr. DiLiberti, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, to be called a hand specialist, he had to complete fellowship training and pass a rigorous examination for hand and microsurgery. To extend his knowledge even further, Dr. DiLiberti earned a certificate of added qualification in hand surgery, making him a highly-qualified choice for anyone searching for a Dallas orthopedic surgeon. He is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) as well as a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

At Texas Hand Center, we provide a convenient, state-of-the-art facility

When patients come to Texas Hand Center for diagnosis and treatment, they receive compassionate care in a modern setting where their needs are always taken into consideration. For our patients’ convenience, we strive to provide diagnostic services and treatment in-house or on our medical campus.

Patients can have everything from digital x-rays and advanced imaging, such as CT scans, MRI’s and ultrasounds, to steroid injections and casting and bracing at our Texas Hand Center office and adjoining campus facilities. Onsite services are an important part of the effort our Dallas orthopedic surgeon and his staff make to provide convenient care for our patients.

We treat everything from the most common hand disorders to more rare and complex problems

From carpal tunnel syndrome, one of the most common hand problems, to conditions such as DuPuytren’s disease and de Quervain’s tendinitis, patients can rely on Dr. DiLiberti for answers and help. Our Dallas orthopedic surgeon treats disorders such as:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Hand issues—from trigger finger and deformities to injuries such as tendon problems and fractures
  • Wrist issues—from nerve injuries and distal radius and other fractures to tendon lacerations and tendinitis
  • Elbow issues—from cubital tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow to distal biceps tendon rupture and nerve injuries
  • Arthritis—from basilar thumb arthritis, finger joint and wrist arthritis to joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery

When patients choose Dr. DiLiberti as their Dallas orthopedic surgeon, they reap the benefits of his expertise and advanced training

Dr. DiLiberti is trained to perform arthroscopic surgeries and microsurgeries, offering patients the latest treatments available. Dr. DiLiberti is constantly striving to ensure that he is always up-to-date on the most recent techniques in surgical treatment, making him a preeminent Dallas orthopedic surgeon for patients with hand, wrist and elbow disorders.

If you would like to learn more about Dr. DiLiberti and Texas Hand Center, contact us. Put your good health in our capable hands.