Nahum Rosenberg

Sheltagen Medical Ltd.

Nahum Rosenberg MD, Ph.D.,MOrthop (magna cum laude), MBA, FRCS (England), Academic Orthopedic surgeon. MD from Technion – ITT in 1990. He completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the Rambam Medical Center, Haifa. Ph.D. from Portsmouth University MOrthop with honors from the Tel Aviv University Nuffield Fellow (Orthopedic Surgery) in Oxford University in 1998-9. Dr. Rosenberg was a Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Nottingham in 2002. He completed his MBA from the College of Management Academic Studies, Israel. Dr. Rosenberg has 30 years of experience as a senior orthopedic surgeon at the Rambam Health Care Campus and 15 years of experience as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, Technion -ITT. Was appointed as a Professor in the Department of Traumatology, Orthopedic Surgery and Disaster Medicine in IM Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University in 2018-19. Dr. Rosenberg is a member of the editorial boards in 8 scientific journals served as a member of the Shoulder Committee of ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine). Author of 80 peer review scientific publications and the editor of 5 books. Research interests include shoulder surgery, the outcome of orthopedic procedures, bone biology, bone regeneration, human biomechanics.

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Hip surgery became a benchmark for large joint surgery development. Surgical techniques for the treatment of degenerative, developmental, and traumatic hip pathologies became a challenge, aiming to restore the patients' ambulation in otherwise disabling pathological conditions of the hip joint. In this book the authors present an overview of the pathological basis of the diseased hip and the currently available surgical solutions that provide long-term relief using a reconstructing surgical approach.The book aims to expose young orthopedic surgeons to exciting and continuously developing information on hip surgery, and experienced colleagues will benefit from concise information that might be beneficial in routine surgical activity.

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