Musculoskeletal and sports injuries are part of life. The combination of medical science and innovative medical technologies provides timely and effective solutions.
Robotics upgrade orthopedic medical services and allow us to provide technically excellent and long- term solutions for each patient.
Surgeries take place only when your doctor believes that milder therapies will be ineffective. For cases that need an operation, we cooperate with “HYGEIA” hospital.

GEORGIOS PETRIDIS MD, MSc

Orthopedic Surgeon

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • “HYGEIA” hospital, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
  • St George’s University Hospitals London, Complex Trauma & Pelvic Surgery Fellow
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Senior Clinical Fellow – Arthroscopy

SCIENTIFIC SPECIALIZATION

  • Orthopedics and Traumatology
  • Robotic Surgery
  • Sports injuries – Shoulder /Knee Arthroscopy

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Training the crew of Ambulance Service
  • Teaching Medical School Undergraduate Students
  • Mentor of Trainee General Practitioners

RELIABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY

  • “Metabolic Bone Diseases” , MSc Dissertation, UOA Medical School MSc
  • UOA Medical School
  • Graduate of AUTH, School of Medicine

ROBOTIC ORTHOPEDICS

Robotic Surgery constitutes the next step globally for the treatment of the knee and hip arthritis. We now have the ability to plan the surgery for each patient with total accuracy and then place the implants in the knee and hip with the same absolute precision and with profound care and protection of the muscles and soft tissues. The results are faster mobilization, minimizing pain and ensuring the longevity of the new joint.

KNEE

Partial Knee Arthroplasty
Total Knee Arthroplasty
Smaller Surgical Incisions
Faster Mobility & Rehabilitation

HIP

Total Hip Arthroplasty
Anatomy of New Joint
Longevity of New Joint
Faster Mobility & Rehabilitation

TRAUMA

Unfortunately, accidents are part of our lives and can cause from slight to life-threatening injuries. Our aim in caring for the injured is to treat them as quickly and effectively as possible and to ensure their faster and safer return to everyday life and activity. Our long-term experience in Major Trauma Centers both in Greece and abroad, ensures that the injured patient is treated with the most modern and effective methods.
We treat the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries and especially for hip fractures, osteoporotic fractures and polytraumatized patients, we implement protocols that are currently being utilized in the largest medical centers worldwide. The collaboration with specialized physiotherapists and rehabilitation centers ensures the effective recovery of patients.

HIP FRACTURES

Prevention → Diagnosis → Treatment → Rehabilitation

EXTREMITIES FRACTURES

Prevention → Diagnosis → Treatment → Rehabilitation

PELVIC FRACTURES

Diagnosis →Treatment → Rehabilitation

SPORTS INJURIES

Almost everyone does some form of Sport, regardless of the frequency and the level of their activity.
Injuries as a consequence of athletic activity, are frequent and require primarily a correct and timely diagnosis. The next step is to treat either conservatively or surgically, where necessary, while physiotherapy is an integral part of the treatment of athletic injuries. The result is a quick and safe return to athletic activity and the avoidance of long-term problems.

OSTEOPOROSIS

Osteoporosis is a “silent” epidemic as it doesn’t cause any particular symptoms and can lead to a fracture if it is not recognized and treated in time. Osteoporosis is not only a problem for women after menopause but can occur in men and as well as in younger people, and it is important to recognize the risk factors that can lead to osteoporosis. Years of study and active involvement in bone metabolism issues enables us to diagnose and treat osteoporosis with excellent results in improving the quality of life of patients and avoiding osteoporosis fractures.

BONE MINERAL DENSITY TEST

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS & CHECKS

X-RAYS

PROPER DIET

ILNESS CAUSES

CONSEQUENCES & HAZARDS

SURGERIES

Orthopedic procedures refer to the pathology of bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.

ANKLE | KNEE | HIP | SHOULDER | ARTHROSCOPY | ARTHROPLASTY

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