Robert J. Meuret, MD, MPT
Board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Fellowship in Trauma
PubMed.gov Bony Humeral Avulsion of the Glenohumeral Ligament Linda K Tilbrook, Brian K Vickaryous, Laura W. Bancroft; Orthopedics, 2014 Mar 1, 9 Citations.
PubMed.gov A comparison of two military temporary femoral external fixators. Paul J. Dougherty, Brian Vickaryous, Edgar Conley, Kyle Hickerson; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 2003 Jul 1.
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Brian K. Vickaryous, MD, is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist, board-certified orthopedic surgeon, subspecialty trained and board-certified in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Vickaryous is one of the surgeons that treated the Pulse victims; to-date he still treats some of them when they are in need of an orthopedic surgeon.
Originally from Alaska he moved to Naples, Florida, in 1977 where he graduated from Barron Collier High School a multi-sport athlete (football, soccer, but played all sports with friends including watersports and fishing).
Dr. Vickaryous attended the University of Miami on an Army scholarship and was accepted into an advanced program; where he finished a combined undergraduate and medical school program in 7 years, instead of 8. He was awarded academic scholarships, but opted to join the Army because of his desire to serve his country that he loves.
From 1996 to 2008 Dr. Vickaryous was commissioned as an Officer in the US Army, for which he served a total of 12 years. He was stationed at multiple locations with his wife of 26 years, and picked up a souvenier at each station, with 3 adult daughters born in Hawaii, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Dr. Vickaryous spent a year overseas as a Commander of the Trauma Unit, the 8th Forward Surgical Team, a state-of-the-art 20 man Trauma, Resuscitative, and Intensive Care Team based at a front line surgical facility in Mosul, in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He operated on over 500 battlefield casualties during this time frame, which included the surge, where there was an increased operational tempo and contact with the insurgency. Dr. Brian Vickaryous and his family have been in Orlando since 2008, calling Lake Mary home.
His passion of being in the medical field combined with working in a patient centered team stems from his military experience overseas. Dr. Vickaryous continues this mission with empathy and compassion for the Central Florida community; he is focused on providing the best treatment to each of his patients with an ongoing vision of safely making them better and getting them back to a healthy lifestyle.
I had a proximal humerus francture that required surgery. I'm a 29 y.o. female. Of course I was concerned with healing, but I was devastated at the thought of a nasty surgery scar down my shoulder. I'm only 90 days post surgery. I have FULL range of motion, and almost NO scar at all. It's hard to imagine I couldn't hold a glass of water 3 months ago. I'm eternally grateful to Dr. Vickaryous. You only get one body in this life and thanks to him and his staff, I will have a full recovery.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Amazing Doctor! Very personable and professional. Did an amazing job on my husband's partial knee replacement.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Only orthopaedic surgeon I'd want to operate on me. Dr. Vickaryous operated on me back in May of 2013 - for a broken tibia (that he repaired with an IM nail). Wonderful doctor, great surgery (I started running within 4 months and parachuting again after 5 months). Great bedside manner, perfect technique. I honestly do hope I don't need surgery ever again, but if I do, I want Dr. Vickaryous to operate on me.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
About 2 or 3 yrs. ago I broke my right arm in two places, + a tear in the rotator cuff. Dr. Vickaryous did a great job of repairing, scar barely visible. I have over 90 % mobility and I can golf easily. He was very kind, professional and knew his stuff. Everything about my healing was exactly as he said. The nurses, assistants at the hospital were wonderful and his office staff was the same. I can’t say enough good things. Thank you!Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Had total tear of shoulder tendon along with impingement requiring debridement. Surgery went perfect. Dr. Vickarous demonstrates great care and concern for the patient. Communicates in direct fashion. Thankful he is my doctor.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
I tripped and broke my arm, same arm as a partial shoulder replacement, and Dr. Vickarious performed a surgery that put UT all back together and on the road to recovery within days not months as I had experienced elsewhere when previous surgery took place.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Dr. Vickaryous is blessing. He did hip replacement surgery on my daughter which really was a miracle in itself considering the condition her hip was in. He did an amazing job. She recovered well, no ugly scarring and no complications.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Dr. Vickaryous performed an achilles rupture repair surgery on me back in November 2015. He was very caring, knowledgeable and made me feel very comfortable. My scar is minimal compared to other tendon repair surgery scars I have seen and I am so thankful he was my surgeon. I would definitely recommend him!Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
He was awesome caring for my daughter's knee.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous
Dr. Vickaryous did a fantastic job on my elderly mother's broken kneecap, after she was in an accident. In fact, she never once had ANY pain in her leg after the surgery, or during her time in rehab. Quite amazing. Highly recommend and thankful he was the one to perform the surgery.Patient, Doctor Brian Vickaryous