Meniscal injuries: which therapy to choose?

Written by: Prof. Hassan Zmerly
Published: | Updated: 29/04/2020
Edited by: Jennifer Verta

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By Prof. Hassan Zmerly
Orthopaedic Surgery

Prof. Zmerly was born in 1967 in Lebanon, graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the age of 23 at the University of Bologna in 1990 with grades 110/110 and Honors and qualified to practice the medical profession with full marks ( 110/110) in 1990.
Specialized in Orthopedics and Traumatology with 70/70 grades and honors from the University of Bologna (Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli) in 1995, he received a PhD in Oncology from the University of Bologna (1999).

He mainly deals with knee surgery, cartilage repair, hip prosthesis and shoulder surgery. He performed over 10,000 surgical procedures, mainly for arthroscopic and prosthetic knee, shoulder and hip surgery and minimally invasive percutaneous foot surgery.

To date, he is Head of the Orthopedic Unit at the S.Pier Damiano Hospital - GVM Care & Research of Faenza (RA) and is Professor of Orthopedic Clinic at UCM MT Ludes Campus Lugano Switzerland.

He is the author of 106 publications in national and international journals and has participated in more than 100 conferences in Italy and abroad as a speaker.

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