Arquivo da Categoria: medico especialista ombro
Delighted to chair another intensive week of education, encompassing many aspects of Orthopaedics, for Residents from all over Europe, Middle East & Africa!
Finally back to Köln for more training with cadaver specimens! We were definitely in need of in-person meetings again! Besides meeting new colleagues and old friends, it was a pleasure and nostalgic to meet another “Hardy Boy”, younger than me, … Continuar a ler
O Hospital das Forças Armadas a intensificar a sua actividade conjunta entre a Ortopedia e a Radiologia de intervenção. Um orgulho assistir ao reconhecimento por tantas Entidades. Na mesa: Dr. Miguel Guimarães, Médico, Bastonário da Ordem dos Médicos Major-General Jácome de … Continuar a ler
A true pleasure to be back to the Balkans, a region that has been part of my past. Impossible for me to be indifferent to this invitation to contribute to this Meeting. Thank you Vladan Stevanovic.
2022, May, 20-21st. Masterclass on Upper Extremity from Arthroscopy to Arthroplasty. Porto, Portugal.
What a pleasure to lecture in the ZB Masterclass in my hometown! Great discussions and networking between Portugal and Spain delegates.
Back again to Eastern Europe for another training in cadaver specimens with delegates from all over Europe and the Middle East. Finally in-person since the pandemic, definitely the best way to shorten your technical learning curve!
Once more in this fantastic setting, at a meeting that is growing fast towards being the regional reference in shoulder surgery.
Being assigned the Chairman of ESA for the next 2 years, besides having an active role in this fabulous Congress in a city that means so much to me, has been an enormous pleasure and an achievement for the Portuguese … Continuar a ler
Another great meeting, gathering shoulder surgeons from all over the country and a few international colleagues. A pleasure to be part of it again and congratulations to the organisers!
Lecturer at the Ph.D in Rehabilitation Sciences programme at Aveiro University. A great honour to contribute and a pleasure to discuss so many common matters! This time on Acromioclavicular dislocations and their treatment options.