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Tyson K. Schwiesow, M.D.

Dr. Tyson Schwiesow specializes in diseases and surgery of the eye including cataract surgery, laser surgery for glaucoma, and premium lens implantation for correction of presbyopia and astigmatism.

He has a special interest in comprehensive eye care and in the treatment of cataracts, including laser cataract surgery.

In addition to contributions to medical texts, Dr. Schwiesow has writtten articles appearing in peer-reviewed medical journals. He has spoken at both national meetings and local continuing education meetings for other eye doctors. He served as chief resident at the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute, as well as completing an ophthalmic pathology fellowship year at the Moran Eye Center, University of Utah.

Dr. Schwiesow lives in Green Bay with his wife and three children.

Cataract Surgeon | Laser Surgery | Glaucoma Treatment | Shawano WI | Green Bay WI | Marinette WIAssistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology:

  • The Eye Institute
  • Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Ophthalmology Residency:

  • Chief Resident
  • The Eye Institute, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Fellowship:

  • Ocular Pathology
  • The Moran Eye Center, University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Internship:

  • Internal Medicine: University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Medical School:

  • Doctor of Medicine: Medicine College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Undergraduate:

  • Bachelor of Science – Zoology
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Board Certification:

  • American Board of Ophthalmology

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04.05.2016

What are eye floaters?

As warmer weather is right around the corner, many of us will think of “floaters” as devices we’ll use at the pool, lake or in the rivers that surround us in Wisconsin and the U.P. In the eye care world though, the term has another meaning. To eye doctors, floaters are small pieces of debris...  read more

28.04.2016

Dr. Matthew Thompson on Fox 11's Living with Amy

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Matthew Thompson, MD, was a guest on yesterday’s Living with Amy show to discuss cataracts. He explains the symptoms of cataracts and what one can expect when having cataract surgery. Here is the segment:

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