Mr. Tsialogiannis is one of the few doctors who can efficiently combine established orthopaedic techniques with new technologies, innovative surgical methods (MIS) and cutting-edge research alongside 15+ years of trauma experience, with the goal of providing the best service and outcomes for his patients.
Hip replacement surgery today is undoubtedly considered one of the most successful orthopaedic procedure. Mr. Tsialogiannis has effectively combined traditional surgical methods with new techniques primarily focused on higher patient safety and satisfaction.
Mr. Tsialogiannis was the first surgeon in ASPH, who proudly performed the latest cutting edge SPAIRE approach, using the full toolkit. He was trained by the pioneers of this approach at Exeter Hip Unit , at Princess Elisabeth Orthopaedic Centre in Exeter, UK. He is one of the few to offer this service to his patients who need a hip replacement with the improved outcomes of this method.
The SPAIRE preserves the most important muscles (muscle sparring technique) at the back of the hip, which are fully cut under traditional posterior hip approach. The new hip joint under the SPAIRE is more stable, feels more natural to the patient, and reduces the recovery time while the patients experience less pain and blood loss. Additionally, most of the patients return to their normal daily activities without any restrictions and faster than under traditional surgical methods.
Undoubtedly, technology has an important role in the evolution of surgical methods, allowing at the same time, the surgeons to tremendously improve their skills, providing better functional results to the patients.
Mr. Tsialogiannis has a special interest in Robotic simulation surgery in orthopaedics’. With the use of robotic navigation, the bone cuts are almost 100% accurate helping the surgeon to accomplish better functional results for the patients. The use of Simulators in Orthopaedics’ especially in Arthroscopic procedures has decreased the surgical time by reducing the potential intra operative complications.
If you think hip Knee Replacement s a relevant procedure for you and interested in find out more about the MIS SPAIRE technique- please book an appointment with us
Total Knee replacement is the final therapeutic stage after the cartilage in the knee joint is worn out. Mr. Tsialogiannis has extensive experience in performing Total Knee Replacement, with excellent results.
Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is an effective procedure that is performed in over 90 000 patients per year in the United Kingdom. Accurate implant positioning, and preservation of the soft-tissue around the knee are highly important variables and undoubtedly effect functional outcomes, implant stability, and long-term implant survivorship.
Robotic TKA is an evolving field of study, benefiting from the use of computer software to convert mechanical alignment information into a virtual patient-specific reconstruction of the joint. Mr. Tsialogiannis uses this virtual model to develop the optimal surgical plan including bone resection and implant positioning based on the patient’s anatomy.
Mr. Tsialogiannis has a special interest in Robotic simulation surgery in Orthopedics.
With the use of robotic navigation, the bone cuts are almost 100% accurate helping the surgeon to accomplish better functional results for the patients.
If you think Total Knee Replacement s a relevant procedure for you and interested in find out more - please book an appointment with us
Mr. Tsialogiannis was the first knee surgeon in the Army Hospital in Greece who successfully implemented the extra – articular stabilization in previous failed ACL reconstructions by using two different methods. (The Lemaire technique and The Reconstruction of Anterolateral ligament with Gracillis augmentation).
The above techniques resulted in excellent results in his patients; many of whom are elite world athletes.
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A rational approach to the patella disorders requires the understanding that various problems can present with combinations of articular pain, soft tissue irritations and even instability of the knee joint.
The search for the correct diagnosis will therefore require a search for the cause of the pain or instability.
Painful stimuli can originate from :
1) The surrounding soft tissues
2) Articular cartilage damage
3) Mechanical patella instabilty.
We are able to secure an accurate diagnosis and efficiently provide the best treatment of any problem related to the patella articulation.
Our field of experise has been officially certified at the Sunnybrook scince center in Canada and includes the stabilization of knee cap dislocation .
Our armamentarium offers novel and well established techniques that may involve re-alignmnet osteotomies and soft tissue procuders.
The patient is our priority and our clinical results meet our patients' expectations.
If you are facing problems with your knee - cap please book an appointment with us
The field of articular cartilage regeneration has vastly progressed in recent decades. It is quite common, in a young healthy population, and prevents further deterioration of the
The typical arthroscopic intervention for cartilage injuries is chondroplasty + micro fracture.
The modern cartilage regeneration techniques include autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) and matrix-associated autologous chondrocyte implantation (MACI), as well as autologous matrix-induced chondrogenesis (AMIC).
ACI is a single-stage procedure while MACI is a two-stage procedure (building on ACI). In MACI, healthy cartilage cells are collected from the patient, expanded, planted in a collagen matrix, and then re-implanted into the cartilage defect.
AMIC, on the contrary, is a single-stage procedure where a cell-free collagen matrix is implanted into a cartilage defect in combination with microfracture.
Cartilage regeneration technology has the potential to repair these lesions and protect the remaining cartilage from further debilitation and negating the need for early total knee replacement.
Mr. Tsialogiannis is certified to carry-out all of the modern cartilage regeneration therapies outlined above. These can be used individually or in combination with other supplementary procedures (e.g osteotomy, ligament reconstruction) in order to provide the best outcome for his patients.
If you are interested in Biotechnology therapies for your knee problems please book an appointment with us