Dr. Gerardo Garcés Martín
• More than 30 years of experience• Head of Medical Services of the UD Las Palmas football club (2007 - present) • Head of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Las Palmas (June 1996 - present)• Head of Medical Services of the University of Las Palmas football club (1997 - 2003)• Head of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic San Roque Las Palmas (December 1992 - May 1996)• Medical Director and Head of the Canary Islands Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology of Las Palmas (October 1989 - April 2003)• Traumatologist of the Sports General Mutuality in Las Palmas (1989 - 2003)• Physician Assistant Orthopaedic Surgery at Hospital del Pino Our Lady of Las Palmas (January 1988 - September 1989)• medical advisor Canaria Basketball Federation (1985 - 1986)• Specialist in Orthopedics and Traumatology at the Insular Hospital of Gran Canaria (1983 - 1987)• Head of Medical Service Claret Basketball Club of Las Palmas (1983 - 1986)• A Research Fellow at Nuffield Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (June 1986 - January 1988)• A Clinical Fellow at Nuffield Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (June and December 1985)• Medical resident National Contest of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology at the Insular Hospital of Gran Canaria (June 1981 - June 1986)• Medical assistant Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology at the Insular Hospital of Gran Canaria (June 1981 - June 1985) ...
• Professor - Director of doctoral programs.• Director of 11 postgraduate specialized courses, 18 doctoral theses, 3 and 6 draft theses Bachelor in Engineering. • Professor of postgraduate courses 13 case.• Professor, College of Medicine, School of Nursing graduates of Gran Canaria island Hospital, University of La Laguna and University of Las Palmas.• Professor of Anatomy of the locomotor system (1981 - 1985) Head of the department (1985 - 1990)• Professor responsible for the subject of Anatomy at the University School of Nursing Insular Hospital of Gran Canaria (1983 - 1984)• Professor responsible for the subject of Sports Traumatology Licenciatrua in Physical Education (1990 - 2006)• Responsible for the course Sports Injuries (2006 - present)• Professor - Director of the Doctoral Program "Traumatology and Sports Medicine" conducted by the Department of Clinical Sciences at the University of Las Palmas (1996 - 1998)• Professor - Director of monographic PhD course on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of injuries, Program "praxiological Analysis of the structures of sports," organized by the Department of Physical Education at the University of Las Palmas (1993 - 1994)• Professor - Director of monographic doctorate course on The Role of arthroscopic surgery in musculoskeletal diseases, organized by the Department of Clinical Sciences at the University of Las Palmas (1995-1996).• Professor - Director of monographic course on isokinetic machines doctorate in sports training, organized by the Department of Physical Education at the University of Las Palmas (1998 to 1999).• Professor - Director of theoretical and practical course on the use of functional bandages to prevent and treat sports injuries, organized by the Maspalomas Summer University at the University of Las Palmas (July 1999)• Professor monograph "Osteoporosis" organized by the Department of Clinical Sciences at the University of Las Palmas (1989 - 1990, 1990 - 1991)• Professor monograph "Problems in Pediatrics locomotor" organized by the Department of Clinical Sciences at the University of Las Palmas (1995 - 1996)• Professor of the monograph "Advances in Osteoporosis" organized by the Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, University of Las Palmas, 1999-2000.• Professor of the University of Las Palmas in Orthopedics and Traumatology and head of the chair (present)• Director of the thesis: "Effects of transfixion physeal cartilage of the distal femur in rats". Author: Ignacio Mugica Garay. University of La Laguna. Rating: Suitable cum Laude (1990)• Director of the thesis: "Using computerized isometric dynamometry and surface electromyography in the assessment of" whiplash "". Author: Peter Garavote Hinestrosa. University of Las Palmas. Rating: Suitable cum Laude. (1999)• Director of the thesis: "Design and theoretical-experimental analysis of a new fastening system osteosynthesis screws in osteoporotic bones cylindrical long". Author: Alejandro Yanez Santana. University of Las Palmas. Qualification: Excellent Cum Laude (2009) ...
• Bachelor of Medicine from the University of La Laguna in the Canary Islands (1974 - 1980)• Monographs PhD courses at the University of La Laguna (1980 - 1982) • Doctorate in Medicine from the University of La Laguna (June 1981-1983)• He has developed research 6 lines as Group Director ...
Publications and conferences
• He has published more than 100 research papers in Traumatology and Orthopedics, 20 of them in international scientific journals• Author of 30 book chapters • He has made more than 200 communications and conferences ...
Recognition and awards
• Accesit Research Award of the Provincial Savings Bank of Valladolid, awarded by the Royal Academy of Medicine of that city (January 1982)• Research Award of the Canarian Society of Traumatology and Orthopedics (Las Palmas, 1982) • National Research Prize awarded by the Spanish Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (Seville, 1983)• Research Award Honorable Provincial Council of Granada awarded by the Royal Academy of Medicine in that province (January 1984)• Research Award "Royal Academy of Medicine District de Canarias" (January 1985)• Research Award Locomotor "Rafael Hervada" by the Medical Surgical Institute in La Coruna (June 1985)• Research Award of the Andalusian Society of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery (January 1987)• Accesit Research Award of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Valencia (January 1987)• National Research Award "Prodesfarma", awarded by the Spanish Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (October 1992)• Best Poster Award Congress of the International Society for Research in Orthopedics and Traumatology (SIROT) (Haifa, Israel, September 1999)• "Ruiz Vadillo" award from the Spanish Society of Corporal Damage Assessment (Valencia, May 1999)• Research Award Sports General Mutuality (Madrid, December 2000)• Research Award of the Sports Press Association of Las Palmas (May 2001)• Award of the Spanish Office of Patents and Trademarks to the best Spanish invention (Geneva, 2004)• Gold Medal at the 31st International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva (Geneva, 2004)• Named adopted son of Gran Canaria, the Cabildo de Gran Canaria (2015) ...
• Member of the Girdlestone Orthopaedic Society• Member of the European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy • Member of the American College of Sports Medicine• Member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)• Member of the Spanish Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SECOT)• Member of the Spanish Association of Arthroscopy• Member of the Spanish Society of Sports Traumatology (SETRADE)• Member of the Spanish Society of Knee (SEROD) ...
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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.
Sports medicine is a specialty that evaluates the aptitude for sport.
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 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. ...
The shoulder fracture is a break or a crack in the collarbone, in the scapula or the proximal humerus. In the latter case it would be called fracture The shoulder fracture is a break or a crack in the collarbone, in the scapula or the proximal humerus. In the latter case it would be called fracture of the humerus. Shoulder fractures often result from a sudden force applied on the arm (a sharp drop, bump occurred during sports or a car accident). The most common symptoms of this injury are pain, swelling, tenderness, deformity under the skin, violet color or skin discoloration, cracking and inability to move the arm. In general, the treatment of a fractured shoulder surgery needed, but we must also take into account the conservative options and minimally invasive surgical options such as arthroscopy. ...
Frozen shoulder is a condition that causes progressive loss of movement of shoulder inflammation and reducing the volume of the joint ligaments. The causes of this disease are not known, which normally heals gradually in a few months. In the initial phase, the patient feels intense pain in the shoulder that is accentuated during the night hours. As time passes and into the freezing phase, the pain decreases but the shoulder gradually becomes rigid, stage that can extend many months. Treatment for frozen shoulder is based on anti-inflammatory, analgesic and stretching. ...
Growth factors are proteins of multiple types, as cells that manufacture, which empelan by its regenerative and anti-inflammatory capacity. In practice trauma Growth Factors platelet derived for preventing and treating injuries its wide action in cells of various tissues are applied. ...
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. ...
Hip fracture is a break of the femur bone. The elderly and people with osteoporosis are at increased risk for this type of fracture fragile bones, for a minor injury or a fall can be enough to cause the injury. Instead, most hip fractures in people with normal bone are the result of heavy impacts (such as accidents). In general, the symptoms of hip fracture are unable to walk and intense pain when moving the affected limb lower, taking a shortened position and outward rotation. Treatment usually go through surgery, in which different types of techniques such as nails, plates and full or partial dentures are used. ...
The hip prosthesis is a major surgical technique involves the replacement of degenerate artificial hip joint. The characteristics of the materials used in this type of prosthesis allow similar to human joint mobility. To manufacture these implants used: various metals such as stainless steel alloys, cobalt, chromium and titanium; plastic, usually polyethylene, a durable and wear-resistant material which is friction. The replacement of the hip prosthesis is indicated in cases of osteoarthritis in the joint or of rheumatoid arthritis. After surgery, patients need crutches for the next month. The prostheses have limited life due to wear of materials. ...
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. ...
Knee fracture is a break or failure of one of the bones that make up the joint (femur, tibia, fibula and patella). Usually, these bones are injured by falls, traffic accidents, injuries in contact sports and exercise, shock and other injuries. Symptoms of knee fracture are pain, swelling, limited range of motion, deformed leg and inability to walk, among others. Treating knee fracture depends on fractured bone and the type of fracture. If parts of the bones are properly aligned, perhaps it is enough to placing a splint or cast to the knee. However, if the patella is affected, you could specify an operation. Therefore, the recovery of the injury depends on the fractured bone, fracture type, treatment and evolution. ...
Knee osteoarthritis is the wear of the cartilage lining the joint bones ( femur, tibia, fibula and patella ). It is part of the skeleton suffering osteoarthritis more often because it supports your weight and the weight of the items we carry when we stand or when we travel. The cartilage serve to prevent rubbing of the bones in the knee movements, providing slip and cushioning the blows. The wear over the years and aging of cartilage is what causes osteoarthritis. The main symptom of patients with knee osteoarthritis is pain. The treatment includes a rehabilitation exercise program and a series of pharmacological treatments that help to alleviate symptoms of the disease. Furthermore, in obese patients is necessary to follow a diet to lose weight. ...
The knee prosthesis is the replacement of the joint by a plastic part by surgery, is indicated where the joint is seriously damaged by osteoarthritis. The knee prosthesis is indicated when the degree of deterioration of the knee and the pain that generates prevent the patient walk. Such implants are reproductions of the bones forming the knee, made of various metals and plastics favoring flexion and extension of the joint. Allergy to metal alloys patients there titanium knee prosthesis. Usually, the patient who has been implanted with a knee prosthesis can be incorporated to work within three to six months. ...
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that affects the joints and cartilage. Osteoarthritis causes an inability but it is difficult to cause disability. As cartilage progresses and disappear pain occurs, the bone reacts growing on the sides and causing a deformation. ...
Pain is an unpleasant feeling of discomfort and physical suffering that develops in the central nervous system by an internal or external cause of the body. It can be sharp or dull, intermittent or constant, and can affect a particular part of the body or the board. Because pain is a symptom, it can help diagnose an illness or injury, because if a patient did not feel it, you would not realize that it has hurt or suffering from any disease. To relieve pain, different treatments, such as analgesics, acupuncture or surgery, depending on the cause are used. ...
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 shoulder dislocation is an injury that occurs when the humeral head (the main arm bone) slips out of the joint cavity. Usually the result of a direct blow to the shoulder or a fall in the whole body on the extension arm rests. It is a painful injury that prevents moving the arm. Sometimes the humerus comes to tear the capsule that surrounds and damages the ligaments of the shoulder, making projecting the bulk of the humeral head. They are more likely to suffer an injury that people who practice certain sports, like judo, hockey, rugby, skiing and handball. Usually, to treat dislocated shoulder sling is placed on the arm for at least four weeks. Next, it is advisable to do rehabilitation exercises to strengthen the muscles in the area. If the injury is repeated frequently, surgery may be necessary. ...
The shoulder prosthesis is the replacement of the joint by a plastic part by surgery, where it is indicated that the shoulder joint is seriously damaged by osteoarthritis. With this technique a reduction of pain and restoration of mobility is achieved. In the shoulder prosthesis a metal part to the humeral head and a piece of polyethylene shoulder blade, both sealed with cement or embedded is set. There is also the reverse shoulder prosthesis, aimed at patients aged 60 years, who returned shoulder mobility. In the inverted, in place of the humeral head is placed the receiver and where the receiver should be, the humeral head is placed. These prostheses are indicated in the massive rupture of tendons, beyond repair, which is associated with certain joint osteoarthritis. ...
Shoulder surgery can repair the tissues inside or around your shoulder joint. In the latest surgical techniques, the specialist will use a tiny camera called atroscopio to see inside the shoulder. ...
Tendinitis means inflammation of a tendon, in which micro cracks and areas of necrosis. The shoulder tendinitis can affect especially the long head of the brachial biceps and muscles called the rotator cuff: supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. The main causes of this injury include age, repetitive in certain work activities or throwing sports movement, and poor blood supply to the tendons of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles, a fact that favors degenerative processes. Symptoms of shoulder tendinitis are inflammatory pain, the pressure on the tendon, pain in performing active movements of the shoulder and pain upon stretching the muscle tendon. The appropriate treatment for shoulder tendonitis is physiotherapy. ...
It is an injury to a shoulder area known as the Glenoid Labrum or impeller, and the name is an acronym for its acronym in English: S uperior L abrum from A to P osterior nterior (SLAP). This le-Zion was previously difficult to diagnose and treat, because there were no developments as arthroscopy and magnetic resonance imaging. ...
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