Dr. José María Silberberg
• More than 20 years of experience• University Hospital of Navarra in Madrid (today) • Moncloa Hospital (today)• Clinica Vertebris dependent At. Madrid (today)• Member of the Superior Unit Member May 2009 to September 2010. Hospital FREMAP Majadahonda.• Deputy Shoulder Unit from May 2008 to May 2009. HOSPITAL FREMAP Majadahonda.• Knee Unit member in FREMAP Majadahonda since June 2006 Head of Unit in June 2008. Manuel Laws Vence. Head of Department: Dr. Felipe Lopez Oliva.• Shoulder attachment unit with Dr. Marlet in ICATME. USP Dexeus. Barcelona. Of 16 of February 2004 at 5 June 2006. Department Head Dr. José María Vilarrubias.• Deputy in Hip and Knee Unit with Dr. Vilarrubias in ICATME. USP Dexeus. Barcelona. Of 16 of February 2004 at 5 June 2006. Head of Department: Dr. José María Vilarrubias.• Member of Staff and Head of the Arthroscopy Orthopedics and Traumatology Hospital Universitario Austral. Dependent of the Universidad Austral. March 2000 to March 2004.• From March 1999 to March 2000: Staff physician of Traumatology and Orthopedics Clinic of Queen Fabiola. Dependent of the Catholic University of Córdoba. ...
• Austral Hospital Resident Tutor. Dependent residence to Argentina Association of Orthopedics and Traumatology. Pilar, Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 2002 to March 2004.
• Surgeon in Traumatology and Orthopedics in Unit Arthroscopy, Shoulder and Knee by the National University of Cordoba ( Argentina )• Title Surgeon by the National University of Cordoba • Specialist Orthopaedic Surgery Traumatologica and the Medical Council of Cordoba ( Argentina )• Specialist in Orthopedics and Traumatology by the Argentina Association of Orthopedics and Traumatology• Specialist in Orthopedics and Traumatology at the University of Buenos Aires• Doctor of Medicine from the University of Navarra rate \' Cum Laude \'• Specialist in Orthopedics and Traumatology by the Ministry of Education• Realization of numerous courses on Vascular and Nervous Microsurgery, Arthroscopy and Orthopaedic Surgery ...
Publications and conferences
• Publications in medical journals and scientific national and international scope
Recognition and awards
• Prize for the Best Oral Communication in the VII National Congress of the Spanish Society of Traumatology labor ( SETLA )• Prize for the Best Oral Communication in the XXXV Symposium of Traumatology and Orthopedics • Prize for the Best Oral Communication in the X Congress SECHC• Prize for the Best Oral Communication in the XXVIII Congress of the Spanish Association of Artrosocopia ...
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The anterior cruciate ligament is one of the major ligaments of the knee, which passes between the femur and tibia obliquely. Its function is to provi The anterior cruciate ligament is one of the major ligaments of the knee, which passes between the femur and tibia obliquely. Its function is to provide stability to the knee, keeping the leg is moved forward with respect to the thigh. Of the four major ligaments of the knee, the anterior cruciate ligament is the one most commonly injured, especially when a sudden change occurs in the direction of the knee. The most common injuries are torn anterior cruciate ligament and partial tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. Symptoms include pain, inability to walk or stand for long periods, or up and down stairs. For the treatment of both lesions can opt for surgery by arthroscopy or conservative treatment based on rehabilitation to strengthen the muscles. ...
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 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. ...
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 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. ...
The rotator cuff injury is an inflammatory process, or partial or total damage of the shoulder tendons. The rotator cuff is a group of four tendons that come together and surround ahead, behind and above the head of the humerus. These tendons are connected individually with major muscles attached to the shoulder blade or scapula. By contracting these muscles, stimulate the rotator cuff tendons, causing the lifting movements, separation and internal and external rotation, hence the name "rotator cuff". ...
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. ...
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. ...
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