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Dr. Ribas i Duch, Joan

Expert en Cirurgia Percutània no invasiva

No. registered: 080822038

Specialist in non -invasive percutaneous surgery: Hallux valgus, hammer fingers, plantar fascitis, morton neuroma - hip and knee arthroscopy arthroscopy - Radiofrequency technique: Catalan, Castile and English

Dr. Marin Paez, Rodolfo José

Expert en traumatología i cirugía ortopèdica

No. registered: 080822115

1984 Degree in Medicine and Surgery. UAB 1997 Doctorate Course, Traumatic Hand Pathology, UAB 1997 Continuing Education Course in Traumatology, Traumatic Elbow, ASEPEYO 1998 Continuing Education Program in Traumatology, Traumatic Shoulder, ASEPEYO 1999 Continuing Education Program in Traumatology, Spine, Hip and Pelvis ASEPEYO 2001 Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Pathology. UAB 2001 Accreditation to run medical radiodiagnostic facilities. National Nuclear Safety Council 2002 Specialist in Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery 2002 Occupational risk prevention training course ASEPEYO 2016 Member of the Spanish Society of Foot and Ankle Surgery

Dr. Ríos Ruh, Juan Manuel

Expert en la Unitat de peu i turmell

No. registered: 080850744

Experience: Curriculum vitae and experience in different hospitals in Barcelona in the area of ​​traumatology, member of the IFOOT surgery team and currently Associate Physician attached to the Foot and Ankle Unit of the Consorci Sanitari Integral, Barcelona, ​​since 2015. Academic training: 2015 | Master's degree in Foot and Ankle Surgery University of Barcelona, ​​Hospital Clínic de Barcelona August 2014 - July 2015 2015 | Obtaining the Title as a subspecialist in Foot and Ankle Surgery by the University of Barcelona. Barcelona, ​​Spain. 2014 | Obtaining the title of Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology Hospital Clínic Universitari de Valencia. Valencia Spain 2009 | Obtaining Plaça MIR Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology by competition. Ministry of Health of Spain. Madrid, Spain. Idiomes: Castellà, Anglès i català

Dr. Torne Barrio, Jordi

Expert en Traumatologia

No. registered: 080818776


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What is traumatology?

Traumatology is the part of medicine that is dedicated to the study of injuries to thelocomotive apparatus.

It focuses, specifically, on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system and in the rehabilitation of the patient.

What do we deal with?


  • Meniscus injuries
  • cruciate ligament
  • cartilage
  • Internal prostheses…


Upper and lower extremities

Growth factors
Surgical processes


Pain treatment
Simple radiology
Joint ultrasound
Musculoskeletal ultrasound

How do we deal?

At Amedics we have a traumatology service made up of specialists in the column, the limbs superior and inferior, and the sports medicine.

All our specialists have extensive trauma experience and use the techniques month advanced, since they are continuous formation through different national and international congresses.

Our specialists use thearthroscopy as a surgical process to diagnose and, on many occasions, also treat different problems located in a joint.

Frequently asked questions

What are growth factors?
Growth factors or growth factors have the ability to stimulate the proliferation of the cells of some tissues through the platelets of the blood itself.
What is the difference between sciatica and low back pain?
The difference lies in the location of the pain. If it occurs in the lower back it is lumbago, while if it is located in the thigh and leg it is sciatica.
What is a herniated disc?
The intervertebral disc is like a soft cushion between two vertebrae that lies in front of the spinal cord and nerve roots. If the disc ruptures and the contents come out of their usual place, it can compress the nerves that pass through or leave the spine.
What is a sprain and how should we act if we have one?
A sprain is a tear of the ligaments that hold the bone together (ribbon-like structures). Depending on the degree of injury, treatment can range from simple immobilization to surgical intervention, in cases of total rupture of the ligament.
What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
It is a set of symptoms that occur due to the compression of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist in a tunnel formed by bone and ligaments. This syndrome basically produces pain and numbness in the first three fingers of the hand.

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