Dr. Alberto Marqués Rapela
• More than 20 years of experience• Clinical care of inpatients and outpatients in the Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery of the hospitals Virgen del Camino and Clinical Ubarmin (June 1998 - May 2003) • Assistance and monitoring before and after surgery in patients operated during the formative years• Guards physical presence as a resident in the emergency room of the Hospital Virgen del Camino covering emergency trauma pathology in adults and children• Consultation traumatology and orthopedic surgery outpatient General Solchaga (January 1999 - January 2001)• Consultation orthopedic unit Column (May 2000 - May 2003)• Consultation traumatology and orthopedic surgery in Clinical Ubarmin (January 2002 - May 2003)• Professional plant traumatology at the Hospital Virgen del Camino (January 1999 - December 1999)• Professional Orthopedic Clinic plant Ubarmin (May 2000 - May 2003)• Consultation specialist in San Miguel de Pamplona orthopedic clinic as reference in minimally invasive surgery, microsurgery and pathology of upper extremity and spine (2003 - 2013)• Consultant in Clinical Los Manzanos reference being orthopedic pathology and mímamente invasive endoscopic spine, advanced arthroscopy, knee and hip (Logroño, from 2013)• Unit Director of Endoscopic Surgery and Minimally invsiva column in Gipuzkoa Polyclinic• Consultant and Specialist Medical Clinic COT in San Miguel de Pamplona (2003 - present)• Currently working as a specialist in sports traumatology, with special relevance in advanced arthroscopic techniques shoulder, elbow, wrist and hip and knee and ankle ...
• Organization of annual courses for arthroscopic shoulder trauma in Clinical San Miguel (2008 - 2012)• Year classes in the school of nursing Emergencies in Trauma • Assistance as a teacher in courses organized by Smith and Nephew in York (2013)• Assistant Professor of practical classes for students of medicine at the Ubarmin, Hospital Virgen del Camino Hospital and Clinic San Miguel (June 2000-2003)• Assistant Professor of lectures for nursing Diplomee• Clinical sessions of Orthopaedic Surgery and joint sessions of Pathology interhospital• Professor ongoing advanced techniques for shoulder surgery Organized by Arthrex (Sumisan) in Germany (Munich) (April 2011)• Professor advanced course in arthroscopic shoulder and knee techniques organized by Smith and Nephew (York, UK, April 2013) ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Navarra (October-June 1996)• Title Specialist in Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology of the training system for Internists • Residence (MIR) of Orthopaedic Surgery performed in the Hospital Complex of Navarre (1998-2003)• Doctorate: Obtaining the Research proficiency. PhD courses: Clinical Pathophysiology (2000)• Stay with Dr Roberto Casal del Meixoeiro Hospital to launch Endoscopic Surgery Unit column in the San Miguel Clinic• Biostatistics course practice using SPSS for Windows (Pamplona, April-May 2000)• Participation in various clinical studies on trauma pathology ...
Publications and conferences
• Conference papers and national• Conferences and lectures on pathology of lumbar spine and shoulder. • Participation as Speaker at First Joint Congress of the Spanish Society of Arthroscopy and Knee (San Sebastian, April and July 2013)• Participation as Speaker in the Shoulder Expert Forum (Valencia, October 2014)• Participation as an instructor in the course of basic Arthroscopy Shoulder and Elbow Maz Hospital in Zaragoza (November 2014)• Scientific Poster: "iliolumbar ligament ossification" in SECOT XXXVI National Congress (Valencia, 1999)• Scientific Poster: "Treatment of Perthes by Type Arthroplasty Shelf" in SECOT XXXVI National Congress (Valencia, 1999)• Scientific Poster: "S. Turner Osteoarticular manifestations in Adulthood" in SECOT XXXVI National Congress (Valencia, 1999)• Scientific Poster: "Herniated Spinal and Epidural Gas" SVNCOT (2000)• Communication: "FX Hip in old Therapeutic actions." At the Meeting of the Society of Euskalerria Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (Formigal, 2000 and 2001)• Scientific Poster: "Study Hemangioma in lumbar muscles. Diagnosis: Apropos of a case" XXXVIII Congress SECOT (Bilbao, 2001)• Scientific Poster: "Study of Magnetic Resonance in Scoliosis Image Understanding Difficulty: A report of two cases" in SECOT XXXVIII Congress (Bilbao, 2001)• Communication: "The Foraminal infiltration and Treatment of Lumbar Herniated Disc" in the XXXVIII Congress (Bilbao, 2001) SECOT• Communication: "Measuring thoracolumbar kyphosis in Fractures" XXXVIII SECOT (Bilbao, 2001) Congress• Communication: "I acromial Our Service Experience." At the National Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Society (Pamplona, 2003)• Participant Workshop multidisciplinary experimental microsurgery (June 2002) and therapeutic (Pamplona, April 1998)• Participating in the Days of hand surgery: "The doll: indications and surgical techniques" (November 2000)• Participant in the Refresher Course in foot surgery: "Metatarsalgia: Surgery 2nd to 5th radios" (April 2002)• Participating in the training course on "Surgical Oncology Pelvic" accredited continuing education committee of the national health system (February-March 2003)• Participating in the training course on "Advanced CPR" accredited continuing education committee of the national health system (November 1998)• Attendance Master class III arthroscopic hip surgery (Madrid, November 2011)• Care International Shoulder Arthroscopy Course of Nice (2010 - 2012)• Attendance at training courses in minimally invasive cervical and lumbar spine in Brussels organized by Medtronic, 2009 Surgery; Bordeaux, May 2011; Leiden, February 2012• Care Course experimental microsurgery laboratory in the Hospital General Yague Burgos (2002)• Care Course Hip Arthroscopy and Sports (Santander, February 2009) ...
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The stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and roots. When located in the lower part of the spinal column The stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and roots. When located in the lower part of the spinal column it is known as lumbar canal stenosis, while when the narrowing occurs in the top of the column is called cervical canal stenosis. The lumbar and cervical areas are usually being the most affected, although the narrowing channel does not cause pain if not compress any nerve structure. The spinal stenosis often occur gradually by the aging process, due to the deformation of bones and tissues around the spinal canal. Usually begins to affect people over 50 years, although it also occurs in young people with a spinal trauma. The treatment of various types of spinal stenosis is usually based on the use of medications (anti-inflammatories or steroids) to reduce pain and inflammation with rest time, or physical therapy. Surgery is recommended only where nerve compression which progressively worsens. ...
Percutaneous surgical disc herniation is a minimally invasive technique to remove herniated spinal both lumbar and cervical without open surgery. Thi Percutaneous surgical disc herniation is a minimally invasive technique to remove herniated spinal both lumbar and cervical without open surgery. This surgery involves removing the nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral disc through a small incision in the skin. This is achieved by introducing an endoscope, an instrument that includes a thin tube with a lens and allows viewing on a screen structures and tissues, as well as the whole process, using fine instruments, such as laser and radiofrequency. The patient can lead normal lives the day after surgery and does not require a special rehabilitation perform. ...
Lumbar disc hernia is an injury caused by degeneration or wear of the intervertebral discs of the spine, which act as shock absorbers between the Lumbar disc hernia is an injury caused by degeneration or wear of the intervertebral discs of the spine, which act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae. Lumbar hernia is one of the most common and causes compression or irritation of the nerve root, which often just manifesting as sciatic nerve pain, depending on the position and size of the hernia. The main causes of herniated discs are articulate aging, trauma or prolonged exertion. In addition, there are risk factors that favor its appearance, such as obesity, sedentary lifestyle or snuff. Treatment varies depending on the severity of the case, and can be solved with temporary resting, drug administration, rehabilitation exercises or even surgery, it indicated only for patients who do not respond to other treatments and the pain persists markedly. A herniated disc L4 the level of injury when the pain radiates from the front of the thigh, no loss of sensation in the inside of the leg and foot, and causes weakness in the knee. L5 level of injury occurs when the pain radiates down the back of the thigh and there is a loss of sensation in the side wall of the calf and the back of the foot. Therefore, disc herniation L4 and L5 can be distinguished by the symptoms they cause. ...
Shoulder arthroscopy is a practice of minimally invasive surgery that allows you to see directly inside the joint and work within it, without opening Shoulder arthroscopy is a practice of minimally invasive surgery that allows you to see directly inside the joint and work within it, without opening it. Only a few small cuts in the skin, about one centimeter each are made. Shoulder arthroscopy can treat injuries such as rotator cuff impingement syndrome, shoulder instability, SLAP lesions, articular cartilage injuries, chronic synovitis, shoulder stiffness and some types of fractures. Recovery can take between one and six months and probably the patient must wear splints during the first week. For many procedures, physical therapy may help regain motion and strength of the shoulder. ...
The spine surgery is to correct structural abnormalities of the spine that cause pain. It is indicated in cases where there is significant compression of the spinal cord or nerve roots, and when it is due undoubtedly to the structural abnormality detected. One of those treated by surgery of cervical spine injury is a herniated disc. Cervical surgery may be necessary to reduce pressure on the spinal cord or nerve roots, when pain is caused by a herniated disc or a bone of spinal canal. Trauma surgery may also be required to stabilize the cervical spine and minimize the possibility of paralysis, when a fracture or dislocation causes a vertebral instability. Likewise, cervical surgery is also used in case of degenerative diseases. ...
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