Renowned international recognition specialist in hand, pediatric upper limb and microsurgery, Dr. Soldado is orthopedic surgeon and orthopedic surgeon, expert in the brachial plexus and malformations, as well as other pathologies of the upper extremities, such as malformations, cerebral palsy, sequelae of fractures, arthrogryposis, etc. He completed his specialized training in upper limb and pediatric microsurgery in Philadelphia (USA) but has also made numerous visits to Boston, Taiwan, Finland, Egypt, among other countries, to train.
Throughout his professional career, he has combined his care work with teaching at the Unit of Human Anatomy of the Locomotor System at the Faculty of Medicine, Autonomous University of Barcelona. Among his achievements, he highlights the publication of more than 90 international indexed articles related to clinical practice, research and teaching activity, as well as obtaining multiple FIS scholarships.
Its serendipity stands out, having described multiple surgical techniques of its own and innovative internationally, to highlight vascularized periosteum transplants. He is a regular guest professor at European and American conferences related to his area of expertise. He has also carried out a multitude of surgical humanitarian missions in Guatemala, Benin, Morocco and Vietnam.
Currently, he is the director of the Superior Extremity Surgery and Pediatric Microsurgery Unit at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital and also at the Teknon Medical Center and the Mikel Sánchez (UCA) group in Vitoria.
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