"My goal is to help people suffering from arthritis be out of pain and live better quality lives."
--Thomas Vikoren, M.D.
Specialty: Hip and Knee Joint Replacement
Dr. Thomas Vikoren is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and specializes in hip and knee replacements with rapid recovery protocols. He is a member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.
Dr. Vikoren graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College where he completed his undergraduate studies. While at medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and received the University of Pittsburgh Medical School Alumni Association Research Scholarship upon graduation in 2012.
Dr. Vikoren completed his internship in 2002 and residency in 2007 at Duke University Medical Center and acted as the Chief Resident from 2006 to 2007. He finished his fellowship in Adult Joint Reconstruction at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital in 2008. Dr. Vikoren has participated in a variety of research projects and presented on his findings. He has also authored several articles for professional publications.
He became interested in orthopedics because he enjoys the distinct and definitive improvements that orthopedics makes in a person's quality of life. Dr. Vikoren joined Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists in 2008 and currently supports both the Doylestown and Warrington offices. He is also affiliated with Doylestown Hospital.
Dr. Vikoren enjoys spending time with his 18 month old son and his hobbies include; woodworking, metalworking, home improvements, sailing and running. He has a strong connection to Doylestown, as he was born in Doylestown Hospital, where his mother practiced OB/GYN for over 30 years.