"I believe the best healthcare involves partnering with my patients to determine the optimal treatment options for their unique problems and goals. Patients take an active role in choosing which treatment plan is best for them."
--Kieran Cody, M.D.
Specialty: Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Knees, General Orthopedics
Dr. Kieran Cody is an Orthopedic Sports Medicine Specialist with particular expertise in correcting a broad range of shoulder and knee problems, and has been with practicing with Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists since 1996. Dr. Cody is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and possesses a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.
He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from the Temple University School of Medicine and completed both his internship and residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago. While completing his sports medicine fellowship at Stanford University, he worked with the San Francisco 49ers as well as a number of Olympic athletes.
Dr. Cody is a Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners. He serves on the Bucks County Medical Society Board of Directors from 2003-present and was President of the Society in 2008. He is a Founding Board Member of Doylestown Health Partners. For more than a decade, Dr. Cody has been the team orthopedic surgeon for Central Bucks East High School, and the orthopedic consultant for New Hope Solebury High School.
In addition to his past and current positions, Dr. Cody has been awarded "Best Doctor" by Best of Bucks for 8 years in a row.
He is also an Adjunct Lecturer for Arcadia University's Doctoral Physical Therapy Program and has done a number of community lectures, speaking about sports medicine and keeping athletes of all ages healthy.
"Each patient brings his or her own unique problems and personal goals and my approach is to offer a range of options based on my medical knowledge and experience," he says. "There is no single, right answer for everybody, and it takes a partnership to get the best results."
Dr. Cody's interest in orthopedics began as a child when his father, a physical therapist, would bring home bone models from work. That early introduction and a love of physics eventually led to the study of the physics of human motion. For Dr. Cody, returning people to motion is what orthopedics is all about.
Additionally, Dr. Cody is an avid biker, skier and runner, and keeps busy raising four boys.