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Alexander Lerner, Israel
Alexander Lerner, MD, PhD, is a cum laude graduate of the Faculty of Medicine with over 30 years of experience at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa and Ziv Medical Center in Safed. He is a professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Bar Ilan University, Israel. Specializing in limb reconstruction after severe trauma, including war injuries, and complex limb deformity corrections, Dr. Lerner is also the author of four books published by Springer.
Dr. Diomyd Chabanenko, M.D., graduated from Odessa National Medical University in 2002, and he has over 20 years of trauma experience. He began his career as a general trauma surgeon at Bilhorod-Dniestrovsky Regional Hospital, where he became interested in hip surgery and intramedullary osteosynthesis. Since 2009, he has worked as a general trauma surgeon at Odessa Regional Hospital and as a professor’s assistant at Odessa National Medical University, focusing on lower limb surgery and all kinds of emergency trauma care.
Mostafa Samir Zied, M.D., MSc, EFORT, graduated in 2012 and boasts over 10 years of orthopedic expertise. Formerly associated with Helmya Military Hospital and El-Bank AlAhaly Hospital, he currently serves as a senior registrar at El-Maadi Charity Hospital and Electricity Company Hospital. He has been practicing sports medicine since 2019.
The surgical treatment of sports injuries and other soft-tissue conditions around the joints are closely related to classical orthopedic and trauma surgery, however, many innovative techniques for prevention, repair, and reconstruction require specific specialization to achieve excellence in patient outcomes.
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Children and adolescents present a unique challenge in trauma care because they are so different from adults. The risks to injured children and adolescents can be significantly reduced with the provision of appropriate care.
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Dr. Kodi Kojima is Chief of the Trauma Group at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. He has served as the chairperson of the AOTrauma International Board (AOTIB), as a faculty member within the AO Foundation, a member of the TK Lower Extremity Expert Group, and as a regional board member with responsibilities in research and education. In his role as the chairperson of AOTEC, he represented AOTrauma Education as a member of the AOTIB.