Dr. Homid Fahandezh Saddi Díaz holds a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Zaragoza. He completed his Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology residency at the Gregorio Marañón Hospital in Madrid. He specializes in hand surgery, microsurgery, reconstructive nerve surgery and upper limb pathology.
His training has been carried out in renowned centers such as El Sanatorio del Norte in San Miguel de Tucumán (Argentina) with Dr. José Rotella (disciple of E. Zancolli), at the Kleinert Institute with Luis Scheker and Harold Kleinert, at the Pulvertaff Hand Center with Carlos Heras Palou and has done a Fellowship with Dr. Susan E. Mackinnon at Washington University in St. Louis, of reconstructive nerve surgery.
He is a collaborator and responsible for the hand surgery unit and a senior member at Instituto AVANFI.
Magister in evaluation of corporal and psychosocial damage.
As international merit, he is co-author of two works awarded by the American Academy (AAOS) of surgical technique and co-author of four original surgical techniques published in the AAOS catalog. The last original surgical technique has been "Ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release" in Orlando. In 2019 he received the prestigious hand-held certification from FESSH, European Board in Hand Surgery .
Its philosophy: continuous training, research and development of minimally invasive techniques, supported by ultrasound control, which seek to reduce surgical aggression and accelerate patient recovery always seeking excellence in treatment.
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