Through surgical and non-surgical musculoskeletal care, orthopedic surgeons in Tunisia can manage and treat trauma, arthritis, scoliosis, torn ligaments, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors and congenital disorders. Leading orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Sofien Kallel, is on a mission to not only help patient’s return to full activity, but also provide a trustworthy patient-doctor relationship.
Continually striving to improve orthopedic care, the top-ranked orthopedic surgery center in Tunis actively researches and develops new treatments and surgical techniques. As recognized leaders and pioneers in orthopedic medicine, Dr. Sofien Kallel is helping patients with multifaceted musculoskeletal needs.
The clinic of Dr. Sofien Kallel recently partnered with prominent medical tourism agency — VisitandCare.com. “It’s truly remarkable how modern medicine is transforming the medical tourism industry. Our partnered orthopedic providers are internationally respected surgeons and specialists whose research discoveries and innovative treatment approaches are helping patients around the globe,” stated Tolga Umar, CEO and Founder of VisitandCare.com.
The top orthopedic surgery center in Tunisia offers a full range of cost-effective surgery packages, including arthroscopic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, hand and upper extremity surgery, joint replacement, and leading rehabilitation services.
“Our team believes that a vital part of the treatment process starts long before surgery. It is extremely critical to educate every patient and their family members on the many treatment options we offer. Using the latest techniques, our goal is for patients to return to full activity in the least amount of time possible,” explained team administrators at the orthopedic surgery clinic of Dr. Sofien Kallel.
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Dr. Carlos J. Lavernia, is the first Latino Medical Director of The Center for Advanced Orthopedics at Larkin University. His stimulating career began in bioengineering, also researching multicultural populations' relationship with the medical community.
Dr. Lavernia has proven that Latino communities seek orthopedic surgery later than non-Hispanic whites, and African-Americans receive surgeries even later than Latino patients due to a general distrust in the community.
A previous publication reported that there are 14.1 white applicants for every Latino applying for orthopedic surgery residencies, and six whites for every Latino applying for general surgery residencies, leading to Latinos making up just 3.8 present of orthopedic surgery residents, lower than any other field. Dr. Lavernia actively promotes orthopedic programs designed to draw more Latinos to the field, hoping to correct this imbalance.
“We will work with lawmakers and the health department to improve the way care is delivered, and to make things better for patients in Florida," stated Dr. Lavernia. "Also, we'll make the life of orthopedic surgeon’s easier, working on the regulations and processes that we have to go through to take care of people and make it easier so that patient care will be better."
To learn more about musculoskeletal care, contact an orthopedic surgeon near you.Sources
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