Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
United States of America
Eric Gokcen is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine in Temple University. He is interested in treating common pathologies, such as bunions and hammertoes, but also the more complex conditions, such as total ankle replacement, arthroscopy, and complex foot and ankle reconstructions. In addition, foot and ankle conditions can frequently be treated without surgery, and I am a strong believer in maximizing non-operative treatment before turning to surgery.
Orthopaedic Surgery, Foot and ankle surgery, Arthroscopy of the Foot & Ankle, Reconstruction of Arthritic Conditions.
Zicat B, Engh CA, Gokcen E (1995) Patterns of osteolysis around total hip components inserted with and without cement. JBJS. 77: 432-439.
Gokcen EC, Burgess AR, Siegel JH, Mason-Gonzalez S, Dischinger PC, et al. (1994) Pelvic fracture mechanism of injury in vehicular trauma patients. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 36: 789-796.