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Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Koulalis Dimitrios

Koulalis Dimitrios

University Hospital Attikon
Athens, Greece

Pr Dimitrios Koulalis holded the position of Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and was the Director of the Department of Reconstructive Knee Surgery and Sports Traumatology in the Orthopaedic Department of the University of Brussels.
He also holds the position of Lecturer in the 1st Orthopaedic Department of the University of Athens and operates in the University Hospital of Athens and prestigious private clinics in Athens and Thessaloniki.
He is one of the pioneers in Computer Assisted and Robotic application in Adult Reconstruction Orthopaedic Surgery of the Knee and in Cartilage Transplantation. Up to date through his extensive and continuous research in these specialised medical areas he has published important data guidelines and techniques. Dr Koulalis as member of the Medical Faculty teaches Orthopaedic Surgery to pre and post graduate students in the University of Athens.
Damage of Cartilage and the Cruciate ligaments of the knee ,Rotator Cuff Pathology and Instability of the Shoulder as well as Osteoarthritis of the Hip, Knee and Shoulder are the most common diseases worldwide.
Pr. Koulalis uses minimal invasive surgical techniques offering treatments that are more accurate and effective and less painful allowing the patient to be mobilised very early after the surgical treatment with minimal blood loss and painkiller consumption.
1.Arthroscopic reconstruction of the knee and shoulder pathology and arthroscopic treatment of ankle joint and the hip joint pathology allow fast and with minimal pain recovery of the professional and recreational athlete.
2. AMIS and Super Path techniques for the treatment of the Hip Osteoarthritis, allow minimal blood loss and fast recovery.
3. Robotic and Navigation Assisted Surgery of the Knee with MIS for total Knee prosthesis, provide increased accuracy to the surgical results with reduced blood loss and pain.
4. Cartilage transplantation treats localised defects which could lead to osteoathritis.