Tratamientos del hombro:

  • Shoulder Arthroscopy Technique: Arthroscopic surgery allows the diagnosis and treatment of joint problems through small incisions in the skin. A camera attached to an optician is used to visualize the interior of the joint. Small incisions (portals) are made around the joint. The arthroscope and surgical instruments will pass through these incisions. The arthroscope is inserted through the back of the shoulder. Saline solution flows through a tube (cannula) into the shoulder to expand the joint and improve visualization. The image is sent to a video monitor where the surgeon can see the inside of the joint. By visualizing the images of the video monitor, the surgeon can make a diagnosis. Different surgical instruments, such as a probe, can be inserted through other incisions to treat specific problems.
  • Treatment of other pathologies such as tendinitis, rupture of the rotator cuff, dislocations, fractures, epicondylitis (tennis elbow), brachial plexus injuries, prosthesis, etc.
  • Other techniques: subacromial decompression, complete or partial tear of the rotator cuff, capsular displacement, Bankart lesion, SLAP lesion, synovial problems, injured clipping, replacement of the shoulder joint, total replacement, removing the free bodies, repair of a separate runner, resection of the distal clavicle.

Treatments of the spine:

  • Minimally invasive (percutaneous) surgery: radiofrequency techniques (for vertebral facet pain). Vertebroplasty / Kyphoplasty (osteoporotic fracture). IDET / Nucleoplasty (discogenic pain). Ozone therapy Microsurgical Dicectomy (herniated disc). VAT (thoracic endoscopy). MIS instrumentation (minimally invasive).
  • Conventional surgery: Posterior vertebral fusions. Pedicular instrumentation Posterior intersomatic fusion techniques: PLIF, TLIF, ELIF. Previous intersomatic fusion techniques: ALIF, MINI-ALIF. Discal prosthesis. Cervical laminoplasty.

Treatments of the foot:

  • Percutaneous and minimally invasive techniques of the forefoot: Hallux Valgus, Hallux Rigidus, hammertoes, metatarsalgias, Morton's Neuroma, Tailor's Bunion, Percutaneous Forefoot Surgery.
  • Backfoot techniques: plantar fasciitis, calcaneal spur, Handlung disease.
  • Mini-Invasive Techniques: adult flat foot, children's flat foot, foot dig.

Treatments of the hand:

  • Treatment of the alterations of the hand. Tendinous and triangular ligament injuries, rhizarthrosis, Dupuytren, congenital deformities, grafts and flaps, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Treatments of the knee:

Arthroscopic surgery:

  • Meniscectomy for arthroscopy and Radiofrequency treatments (Arthrocare, Vulcan, Serfas) in meniscal lesions in cases that require it.
  • Meniscal sutures.
  • Meniscal transplants
  • Ligamentous plasty in fractures of anterior or posterior cruciate ligament associated or not to meniscal lesions
  • Treatment of Cartilage pathology with Radiofrequency :Arthrocare, Vulcan, Serfas Treatment of Rotulian Pathologies by arthroscopy.
  • Treatments with Plasma Rich in Platelets: it is an autologous preparation, non-toxic, non-allergenic, obtained by centrifugation of the blood of the patient to intervene whose advantage is to accelerate bone repair by strengthening the quality of the bone formed (osteogenesis), inducing premature healing of the wounds since it increases the revascularization (angiogenesis) and stimulates the synthesis and differentiation of the precursor cells, accelerating the repair and healing of the wounds, releasing factors that stimulate the reproduction of the cells (fibroblasts and endothelial cells).

Open surgery:

  • Total knee arthroplasty in patients with severe osteoarthritis with the implantation of a fixed plate prosthesis as a mobile plate.
  • Review arthroplasties in patients with failure of a primary prosthesis.
  • Partial or unicompartmental partial arthroplasties.
  • Femoropatellar arthroplasties.
  • Realignments of the extensor patella apparatus both proximally and distally.
  • Varieting and / or valgizing osteotomies
  • Fracture treatment.

Treatment with hyaluronic acid: for degenerative processes that require joint infiltration. The hyaluronic acid in the body is a natural element of the synovial fluid and acts on the joints as a lubricant for the cartilage and ligaments, and as a protective effect against mechanical forces.

Injections of hyaluronic acid in the joint allow to recover the viscosity and elasticity, as well as to reduce pain and improve the mobility of the joint.

Hip Surgery:

  • Coxarthrosis (hip prosthesis).
  • Synovitis: inflammation of the synovial membrane of the acetabulum-femoral joint.
  • Arthritis: inflammation of the hip joint.
  • Others: deformities and degenerative diseases.