DIMITRIOS D. NIKOLOPOULOS PhD
Private Practice: Asklepeiou 31, 106 80 Kolonaki (Athens)
Tel. +30 210 3674999 | Mob. +30 6944 837783
Dimitrios Nikolopoulos is a graduate of the Medical School of the University of Athens. He specialized in Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology in one of the best clinics in Greece, in the 4th Orthopaedic Clinic of the General Hospital “ASKLEPEION” in Voula, specializing in sports injuries and foot pathology. Also specialized in pathology of hand in the Microsurgery Clinic of Hospital “KAT”.
He deals particularly with Arthroscopic Restoration of Hip Pathology, after his training next to Dr. Alexis Nogier, in the Clinic Maussins-Nollet in Paris. He also deals with the arthroscopic rehabilitation of Sports Injuries of Knee, Shoulder and ankle, as well as the treatment and surgical correction of foot disorders.
Since 2004 he is a partner of the “CLINIC CENTRAL of ATHENS”, as the Central Polyclinic of Fira in Santorini from 2011. Finally, during the last two years he is working with the EUROCLINIC Athens.
From 2013 is Medical Director of the Group Medtourism Group engaged in medical tourism in Greece.
He has written and published 37 original scientific articles in prestigious scientific journals in the USA, Europe and Greece to discuss: Knee surgery and shoulder (arthroscopic and minimally invasive new techniques), osteoporotic spine and hip fractures, research in vitro environment on bone me- tabolism, and there are more than 120 citations in research projects.
He has also presented in Greek and international level more than 150 oral and poster presentations in the last decade, on the experience of the Sports Injury Knee, Shoulder, and ankle joints, as in arthritis of the knee and hip.
He is a Doctor of the University of Athens and a member of Greek Trau- matology and Orthopaedic Society, the Greek Arthroscopy Society, the European Arthroscopy Association of Greek and European AO Trauma, the Greek Foundation for Osteoporosis (EL.I.OS), as Affiliated Member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Orthopaedic Trauma Association.
Arthroscopic treatment of Sports Medicine, Knee, Shoulder, Ankle
Arthroscopic Hip pathology (labral tear, impingement syndrome)
Surgical Repair of diseases Extremity Foot
Surgical Rehabilitation of disorders of the Hand
Osteoporosis and metabolic bone diseases
Treatment of fractures of the spine Vertebroplasty or kyphoplasty
Spinal Injections for conservative treatment Spine pathology (such as disc herniations)
Surgical repair of fractures of upper and lower limb
New Techniques in minimally invasive joint replacement of the knee and hip.