an orthopedic surgeon at Rehasport Clinic
FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence
An orthopedist specializing in the treatment of diseases and injuries of the lower limb, co-author of the development of modern surgical techniques, incl. regeneration of articular cartilage and meniscus (AMIC).
Member of many national and international medical societies, General Director of the Smith + Nephew SNACE School of Arthroscopy. A graduate of the Medical Academy in Poznań (Poland), where he defended his doctorate, obtained the second degree of specialization, and finally the academic degree of habilitation.
He is an international trainer of surgical techniques for arthroscopy of the knee and hip joint.
One of the leading orthopedic clinics in Poland, with headquarters in Warszawa, Poznań, Gdańsk and Konin, as well as over a hundred Licensed Rehabilitation Centers all over Poland cooperating with it.
Rehasport is not only a place for treating injuries, but also a modern medical center that focuses on scientific development and technological progress.
The clinic looks after thousands of athletes, both professional arena champions and amateurs. It cooperates with five sports unions, as well as with several dozen clubs.
RSQ HOLO is perfect for hip arthroscopy joint, when the doctor cuts out bone elements that bother the patient and cause damage to soft tissue, labrum and cartilage.
For lower limb orthopedists
The device is very useful in the work of lower limb orthopedists. It is perfect for procedures involving fractures and deformations.
In such situations, it is very useful to have a three-dimensional image, to be able to observe it during the operation, insert it into the operative bed, or find points of reference for where I want to be.
The first recommended use of the system is the situation after fractures, when there are complicated deformations and we want to perform correction, osteotomy or bone stabilization.
Another use of the system, which suits me very well in my practice, is during hip arthroscopy. One of the main recommendations for hip arthroscopy is the femoroacetabular impingement, i.e. impingement in which there is an excess of bone or the acetabulum. Then we are talking about a cam impingement.
Another recommendation is femoral deformity, i.e. cam impingement. In English we call it "cam" and "pincer" and that's how it is called in the media. The arthroscopic surgery means that I see this arthroscopic image and, remembering what the hip joint looks like, I resect the appropriate bone elements that disturb the patient and are the main cause of pain and damage to soft tissues, labrum and cartilage.
We look a bit like astronauts, because we are wearing these goggles, but they do not interfere with the observation of the actual operative bed. I wear glasses on a daily basis, but this system is so adapted to a person that it does not prevent me from using the goggles during surgery, even if it takes more than an hour.