|We are a Clinical Center:||yes|
|We are a Research Center:||yes|
|We are both:||yes|
|In University Programme:||yes|
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The program is dedicated to medical doctors and physical therapists who want to expand their knowledge of arthroscopic procedures used to treat injuries common among athletes, such as knee ligaments injuries, matrix induced autologous meniscus regeneration, or biological treatment for repairs of articular cartilage damage with full arthroscopic autologous matrix-induced chondrogenesis, and complex rehabilitation procedures in postoperative approach. The program includes attending the state-of-the-art cartilage repair surgical techniques, participation in patient evaluation and non-operative treatment of cartilage injuries and cooperation in scientific research projects.
|Foot & Ankle Procedures:||30|
|Advanced Cartilage Repair techniques:||65|
Stem cells, PRP for cartilage repair, clinical, radiological sciences, functional and biomechanical outcomes, return to sport criteria
We presented 5 poster presentation at 2012 annual congress and 2 posters at 2015 annual congress. We published our studies in the ICRS newsletter and in the official ICRS scientific journal “Cartilage”. Dr Piontek delivered an expert training on “AMIC – promising approach in knee cartilage regeneration” during the 10th World Congress of the International Cartilage Repair Society ICRS in 2012.
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Our clinic is also a member of the FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence network and it is also accredited by the Australian Institute of Sports.