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Clinique des Cèdres
Johannes Barth is an orthopaedic surgeon working in a private hospital in the Grenoble area. His main clinical interests are knee and shoulder arthroscopy with an emphasis on sports injuries.
He did his residency in Grenoble, and his clinical fellowship with Dr. Pierre Chambat in Lyon, France (in 2001) where he also met Dr. Gilles Walch. He subsequently spent six months with Pr. Stephen Burkhart in San Antonio, Texas, USA (in 2003), as research fellow. He participated in the 2016 travelling-fellowship in Asia (APKASS) for ESSKA. He became a member of the Lyon School of Knee Surgery and the Burkhart Research Association of Shoulder Surgeon both involved in education, research, and meeting organization.
He managed a project to build an institution exclusively dedicated to muscular and skeletal diseases from 2010 to 2013 and the Centre Ostéo-Articulaire des Cèdres (a 1,500 m2 facility) opened in October 2013.
He is the vice-president of the French Society of Arthroscopic and a member of the SOFCOT, ESSKA and ISAKOS. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals and is a reviewer of the AJSM, OJSM, JSES, OTSR, and IJSS.
He is operating approximately five hundred cases per year (including forty shoulder arthroplasties, two hundred rotator cuff repair, eighty shoulder instabilities, one hundred fifty ACLs and PCLs).
He started a clinical and research fellowship program in 2012 involving Resident or surgeon from E.U. and over-seas. He manages a yearly fellowship (one fellow for a one-year period, minimum six months) to allow the transmission of technical skills and where the fellow is expected to assist in all aspects of the profession (e.g. surgery, scientific research, etc.).
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Adnan Saithna, Prof., MD, FRCS, UNITED STATES
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Instability Outcome Studies Repair / Reconstruction Sport Specific Population Knee Ligaments Physical Examination MRI Arthroscopy
Bony Defect in Shoulder Instability: Open and Arthroscopic SolutionsDefecto óseo en inestabilidad del hombroBony Defect in Shoulder Instability: The Biomechanical Trap Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD, JAPANPreoperative Evaluation of the Bony Defect Giuseppe Milano, Prof., ITALYThe Latarjet Procedure and Neurological Complication Stephen C. Weber, MD, UNITED STATESOpen Latarjet the Gold Standard Technique Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD, ITALYArthroscopic Latarjet with Buttons Fixation: Why I Prefer Francesco Franceschi, MD, PhD, ITALYBone Block Procedure and the Capsule Repair “sense” Ivan Wong, MD, FRCSC, MACM, Dip. Sports Med, CANADAArthroscopic Remplissage Eric C. McCarty, MD, UNITED STATESHuge Bipolar Defects: Arthroscopy No Limits! Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof. Emeritus, GERMANYThe French Approach: Basically Latarjet for Almost Everyone Johannes Barth, MD, FRANCE
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Introduction Karl Eriksson, MD, PhD, Prof., SWEDENGraft Choice: Timing and Biology Karl Eriksson, MD, PhD, Prof., SWEDENACL Repair and Biological Aspects of Fixation Methods for Repair and Reconstructions. Johannes Barth, MD, FRANCEBiological Stimulation of Healing and Graft Maturation: Where Are We? Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, PhD, JAPANCombining Biology and Technology: Stump Preservation, Artificial Material, Any Benefit? Peter T. Annear, FRACS(Orth), AUSTRALIABiological Rehab? Brace Therapy? Adjusted Rehab According to Biological Response? Timothy S. Whitehead, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIADiscussion, Questions, and Comments Karl Eriksson, MD, PhD, Prof., SWEDEN
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Karl Eriksson, MD, PhD, Prof., SWEDEN
Knee Ligaments Sport Specific Injuries Outcome Studies ACL Trauma Meniscus Capsuloligamentous Complex Cartilage Instability
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