Specialisation – Surgery (Orthopedics and Traumatology)

Knowledge, experience and skills in: 

  • the contents of the basic surgical training in the area the prevention, diagnosis, surgical and conservative treatment, aftercare and rehabilitation of injuries and their sequelae, as well as congenital and acquired deformations, malformations, functional disorders and diseases of the supporting and locomotor taking into account the differences in the various age levels.
  • the treatment of heavy-and multiple injuries, including trauma management to supply the required emergency neurotraumatologic, vascular surgery, thoracic surgery, and surgical visceral action through interdisciplinary collaboration
  • the collection of intraoperative radiological control, taking into account the findings of radiation protection
  • the conservative and functional treatment of congenital and acquired deformities and maturation disorders
  • the foundations of conservative and surgical treatment of rheumatic joint diseases
  • the basics of the surgical treatment of tumors of the musculoskeletal organs
  • the detection and treatment of soft tissue injuries, wounds, and burns  including participation in reconstructive procedures
  • the detection and treatment of injuries, diseases, and disorders of the hand
  • the prevention, detection, and treatment of sports injuries and sports injuries and their effects
  • the involvement of higher levels during surgery
  • the prevention and treatment of bone diseases and osteoporosis
    biomechanics
  • chiropractic and physical measures, including functional and practice of developmental care and the medical establishment and training of device therapy
  • technical orthopedics and orthopedic devices, including training in use fittings for their review and after completion
  • the fundamentals of injury through medical and industrial types of procedures professional associations

Examination and treatment procedures:

Examination and treatment procedures based training

sonographic examinations of the movement organs including arthrosonography, whereof:
Infant hipsEmergency sonography of the body cavities

surgery, whereof:

emergency surgery, for example, in body cavities, tracheotomy, chest tubes, thoracotomy, laparotomy

on the spine, Frakturosteosynthesen eg, discectomy, decompression

 


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    1. Hello Harsh

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  1. Is it possible for me to apply for PG in orthopedics. I don’t have my practicing license of my country. Will I be eligible to acquire German Medical license and apply for PG. I am a graduate from China with 1 year experience as a orthopedic trainee. Thank you

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  2. Completed my MBBS and like to I Russia and cleared the license exam and even completed my internship in India like to do ms Ortho in Germany help me out

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  3. I have recently completed full post graduate course of specialization in Orthopedics and Traumatology from Ukraine.
    I am interested in receiving specialized training in the field of Orthopedics and Traumatology in GERMANY.
    Please send me application procedure.
    Thanks.
    Dr. Mudassar Amin,
    India

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    1. Hi

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    1. Hello Pranav

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  4. Hi, I am doing my final year post graduation in MS ORTHOPAEDICS in India….. I am thinking of moving to Germany after my post graduation….. What should I do…. Will my Indian Post graduate degree be considered in Germany or should I have to do post graduation again in Germany?…. How much pay could I get…. Is it a good option to move to Germany….

    1. Hello Dr Vamshi

      Germany is an excellent option due to high standards of Professional satisfaction enjoyed by doctors( Reasonable working hours and adequate salaries with the option of starting a private practice) and also the very high standards of life it offers for you and family.

      While MBBS is recognized as a basic medical qualification in Germany(though not equivalent to German degree), but PG qualifications gained in India are not recognized. So, you will need to follow the same path as that of an MBBS candidate to obtain a SPECIALIST(PG)training position and complete the training. However, you stand to gain credits for previous learning/higher skills based on the assessment by the Chief Training Specialist after you obtain a SPECIALIST training position- thus reducing the duration of the training. After this training period, you can work as a SPECIALIST in Germany.

      I have mailed the basic Qualifying questionnaire for PG in Germany. Kindly check and respond.

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  5. I am a medical student in India and I would like to pursue orthopaedics in germany, what would the procedure be and is it as difficult to get an orthopaedic residency in germany like it is in most countries?

    1. Hello Malaika

      We enjoy 100% success record for our students and all of them have obtained branches of choice including Ortho. Rest assured.

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