Dr. Antonio Cubillo Martín
• More than 20 years of experience• Head of the Traumatology and Orthopedics Child in the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maranon de Madrid (2015 - present) • medical doctor in the sanatorium Nuestra Señora del Rosario (2000 - present)• Deputy Medical Section of Traumatology and Orthopedics Child in the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maranon de Madrid (1997 - 2015) ...
• Marcha normal and pathological. pediatric foot.• Dismetrías and angular limb abnormalities. • Columa development. Scoliosis and kyphosis.• Sports Traumatology in children and adolescents.• neonatal congenital pathology. ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the Complutense University of Madrid (1990)• Specialist in Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University General Hospital Gregorio Maranon (1996) • Doctorate in Medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid• Master in Biomechanics and Foot Surgery from the Complutense University of Madrid (1992) ...
Publications and conferences
• Author of 41 publications in books, monographs and national and international journals.• 93 Communications in national and international conferences.
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Hip pain are all annoying served on the hip or around it. It can be caused by a fracture, bone infection or joint pain or arthritis.
He called those arched feet with a height greater than that of a normal foot arch. It is a deformity that can cause the fingers remain stiff or bent He called those arched feet with a height greater than that of a normal foot arch. It is a deformity that can cause the fingers remain stiff or bent inward, foot size is usually lower. It is identified that the base or non-marking of the central part of the plant, or fingers. Shoes show increased wear on the back of the sole. The origin is hereditary in 80% of cases. The most appropriate treatment should be determined by a specialist, it may be with specific exercises or orthotics (insoles). ...
The clubfoot or clubfoot is a congenital malformation of the foot, it appears distorted or inverted inward and downward. It is the most common congen The clubfoot or clubfoot is a congenital malformation of the foot, it appears distorted or inverted inward and downward. It is the most common congenital disorder and occurs in about 1 out of every thousand children. During pregnancy, the tissues of the tendons are much denser and this causes the same abnormal growth and deformity in the developing fetus. There are theories that speak of a possible genetic predisposition or because of lack of space for the formation of the fetus. ...
Hip dysplasia is a defect that occurs in the development thereof in the uterus during pregnancy. Includes changes in the femur or where it fits in the pelvis and can cause developmental problems. Early diagnosis is crucial to achieve a satisfactory evolution of the hip. Could delay early osteoarthritis. ...
Flatfoot is the lack of normal arch in the foot because the tendons in the area are loose. The causes of this condition, which is not detected until two years may be inherited or caused by aging, injury or illness. In general, flat feet do not cause pain when walking, but should always use a wide, comfortable and flexible shoe, which is well ventilated and have good tread to avoid discomfort. In cases where flat feet cause pain when walking, wearing orthopedic shoes or orthotics it is recommended. And in the most severe cases of flat feet you can opt for surgery to repair the tendon that causes lack of arch in the foot. ...
Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that lets you view and work directly inside the joint with small incisions in the skin, less than a centimeter each. This type of arthroscopy is indicated to diagnose certain problems of pain or blockage in the hip, for the extraction of intra-articular loose bodies, for breaks labrum (stabilizer cartilage of the femoral head) and the impingement (excess friction in the movements of the hip). The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and after its completion it is possible that the patient may feel discomfort, swelling and numbness in the pubis, for a few hours or days. ...
The humerus is the longest bone of the upper extremedidad, arm. It is articulated at the top, with the scapula through the shoulder and the ulna and the radius through the elbow joint at the lower end. The most common lesion of this bone is fractured humerus. This occurs mainly in the elderly and young. The fracture of the humerus is classified by the fractured area:the upper end, shaft, or the lower end. ...
Arthroscopic knee surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique for accessing the interior of the joint through small holes in the skin. Through a small caliber lens inside the knee is observed and treat various injuries without opening. Arthroscopic knee surgery is used to remove or repair torn meniscus cartilage to anterior cruciate ligament injuries broken, cut broken pieces of articular cartilage, remove loose fragments of bone or cartilage or remove inflamed synovial tissue. Recovery from knee arthroscopy is much faster than traditional surgery. Then the patient must regularly exercise his knee for several weeks. ...
This branch of surgery serves muscular disorders, bone and joint system, and also the ligaments and tendons, and their injuries, which can be of different nature. Applies to medical and surgical pathologies muscoesquelético correct device methods. ...
Pediatric Trauma is a part of the Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology in charge of musculoskeletal disorders of children and adolescents. Child Trauma specialists have specific training in orthopedic and trauma problems that affect children. The most common ailments are: hip pathologies, postural abnormalities, foot diseases, neuromuscular diseases, diseases of the newborn and infant and fractures with its aftermath. ...
The pediatric orthopedics is a specialty of orthopedic and trauma surgery which is responsible for injuries and musculoskeletal disorders of children and adolescents. Also called child childhood trauma or orthopedic surgery. Covering all subspecialties that have adult orthopedics, but professionals who are dedicated to this discipline have specific training in congenital or acquired in children and adolescents orthopedic problems, since the lesions change and the body responds differently according to age patient. It is precisely in the infant stages when the muscles and bones are in continuous growth and development. Therefore, orthopedic principles state that is essential to detect and early diagnosis of any orthopedic condition for proper treatment. ...
Branch of Sports Medicine specialty that focuses on the treatment of children
Scoliosis is a deviation of the spine, instead of being straight twists and bends sideways. If the spine is very biased, it may cause bodily asymmetries as the ribs or hips protrude from one side to the other or that one shoulder is lower than the other. Depending on the affected column portion we distinguish between lumbar scoliosis (low back), dorsal scoliosis (top of the column) back and lumbar scoliosis. Scoliosis may begin in childhood but often is not noticed until adolescence. In most cases, the exact cause is unknown, but could be hereditary .. The treatment of scoliosis is based on rehabilitation to strengthen the muscles in the use of collar to enhance the natural progression of scoliosis and the surgery in cases of very sharp curves. ...
The wrist fracture is common in young patients and in adults over 65 years. This type of failure occurs when the end of the radius, located right next to the wrist, is broken. In medical terms are often called distal radius fracture always occurs approximately one inch from the end of the bone and its causes may be different. One of the most common is the Colles fracture in which the broken fragment of the radius tilts up. There are also intra-articular fracture, which extends into the wrist;Extra-articular fracture, which does not extend inwards;open or open fracture when the fractured bone cross the skin and which must act quickly to prevent an infection; comminuted fracture where the bone is divided into more than two parts. ...
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