The National Center for Spinal Disorders, an affiliate of the Buda Health Center, is the only hospital in Hungary covering virtually the entire diagnostic and treatment spectrum of all disorders of the spine.

Magyar

Hidas, Péter, MD

Medical/Academic Degrees

1987 Medical Doctor - Semmelweis University, Budapest1994 Orthopaedic Surgeon
1999 Specialist for Sports Medicine
2005 PhD - Semmelweis University, Budapest

Education

1988-1989 - National Institute for Sports Medicine, Dept. for Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Dr. Nemes György) 1989-1991 Ortopädische Universitätsklinik, Basel (Switzerland) (Prof. Dr. Erwin Morscher)
1991-1993 - Praxisklinik Birshof, Münchenstein (Switzerland) (Dr. Walter Seelig)
1993-2002 - National Institute for Sports Medicine, Dept. for Sports Surgery
(Dr. István Berkes)
2002-2003 - University Hospital Aarhus, Shoulder and Elbow Clinic (Denmark)
(Prof. Dr. Jens Ole Soejbjerg)
2003 - National Institute for Sports Medicine, Dept. for Sports Surgery
(Dr. Tamás Halasi, Ph.D.)

Current Position

Assistant Professor/Consultant - Buda Health Center
Physician for the Hungarian Judo Federation
Physician for the Hungarian Volleyball Federation
Physician for the Hungarian Rugby Federation

Experience

Knee surgery: 300/year                                          
Shoulder surgery: 90/year
Ankle and Achilles surgery: 40/year
Elbow surgery: 20/year
Arthroscopic surgery: 300/year

Special skills

Arthroscopic surgery, Knee surgery, Shoulder and Elbow surgery, Sports surgery
Member of Committees/Associations
1994 - Member of the Hungarian Orthopaedic Assosiation
1994 - Member of the Board of the Hungarian Assosiation for Sports Medicine
2008 - Member of the Hungarian Assosiation for Traumatology
1996 - Member of the Board of the Hungarian Arthroscopic Assosiation
1996 - Member of the European Sports Surgery, Knee surgery and Arthroscopy
2002 - Member of the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow
2009 - Member of the Medical Commission of the European Judo Union
2008 - Member of the Hungarian Medical Team Olympic Games, Beijing

Publications:

All over 31, international 14.

Presentations:

More than 50

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