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￼Michalis Tsimplakis was born in Athens. He graduated from the Medical School of the University of Athens. He received his specialty at the Orthopaedic clinic of the Red Cross Hospital with six-month training on Shoulder Arthroscopy at the 401 Military Hospital of Athens.
Growth factors from Plasma
Autologous Growth factors from plasma. Plasma contains platelets. After an appropriate treatment, it shows a large concentration of platelets, thus a large concentration of factors. A Growth Factors (GF) therapy (Platelet rich plasma injection therapy) is a biological method of damage rectification – cartilage or tendon damage - through an injection of processed growth factors.
The method has the following indications:
Hip knee incipient osteoarthritis Tendinopathy Tendinitis Synovitis of the joint Epicondylitis of the elbow Muscle Strain (quadriceps, buttocks, thigh, adductors) Sprains Surgical Operations (Hip, Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy) Stimulation of tissue growth for fast healing
ACL Arthroscopic Reconstruction
Arthroscopic Reconstruction of Rotator Cuff Injuries
Ankle arthroscopic repair
Use of autologous biological agents in arthroscopy
PRP or stem cells treatment of osteochondral knee defects
PRP Shoulder Injuries Treatment
Treatment of Ankle bone defects
Surgical Treatment of hip and knee osteoarthritis with minimally invasive technique
Access is made through the musculature with minimal intrusion, without cutting the muscles. They are simply sidelined with minimal blood loss and we reach the synovium. In turn, we prepare it in order to serve as a stabilising element. Then we undergo a total hip replacement in no time, without affecting the tissues.