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Carolina Medical Center

Carolina Medical Center

Warsaw, Poland   |   Accreditation: ISO9001:2008 

Pory 78

02-757

contact:

Danuta Milanowska

cmc@carolina.pl

0048 355 82 00

 

Features:

The Carolina Medical Center is one of the biggest and most modern private hospitals in Europe. It was established in Warsaw in 1998 by Dr Robert Śmigielski and Dr Grzegorz Adamczyk primarily as an orthopedics and sports medicine clinic and built financially on the strong foundations of a joint-stock company, Sport Medica S.A. With solid financial grounding and proven leadership in the medical services industry the team at CMC have formed the basis of an organization for which the health of the patient is the primary concern.

We specialize in many areas, amongst all:
• orthopedics, 
• rheumatology, 
• neurosurgery, 
• diagnostic imaging, 
• physiotherapy, 
• nutritional medicine
• body functioning.

The lynchpin of our success is comprehensive and thorough medical care from full diagnosis, through non-invasive or surgical treatment to rehabilitation. We have the most technologically advanced equipment at our disposal. We have invested in these cutting edge apparatus because we always have our patients\’ well-being at heart. We know that combination of technology and experience results in quicker and more accurate diagnosis, more effective treatment and shorter recovery time.

We hold the Total Quality Management Certificate (ISO9001:2008) in Complex Medical Care since August 2004. 
As from 2005 our clinic every time was coming first in the ranking of hospitals run by the prestigious magazine \”WPROST\” in the category of best private hospitals as the best orthopedic center.

Medical specialists cooperating with the Carolina Medical Center are eminent experts in the field of orthopedics and traumatology with many years of practical experience in these areas.

The Carolina Medical Center has been accredited by the Ministry of Health and is authorized to offer specializations and internships in orthopedics and locomotor system traumatology.

The ongoing medical care provided to the Polish National Teams is evidence of our professionalism in treating sports injuries. Our medical staff will be taking care of the Polish Olympic Teams during the London 2012 Olympics and the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

Specialties:

The Carolina Medical Center is the undisputed leader in the area of sports medicine. We specialise in arthroscopy – or Keyhole Surgery – for all joints (knee, hip, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist)

At the Carolina Medical Center we perform full spectrum of surgical procedures:

- reconstructive operation to restore the shape and function of a joint – we are reference centre for these procedures
- alloplasty – the making of artificial joints – knee, hip, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist. Among other, we performed the first in Europe ankle joint alloplasty (InBone) and the first in Poland BHR
- upper limb surgeries
- traumatology – modern non-invasive treatment of fractures
- Ligament reconstructions – anterior, posterior cruciate ligament, back-side complex, ligaments of the ankle amongst others
- Allogeneic menisci transplant – again, the first to do so in Poland
- Bred Cartilage transplants
- collagen menisci instilling (Menaflex), one of the first in Poland
- 8-plate – minor invasive method of the correction of the axis of children\’s limbs
- Revision surgeries
- Bone and joint infections
- Rheumatoid orthopedics
- Synovectomy
- Minor Groin injury treatment sustained by athletes
- Correction of the axis – Taylor Spatial Frame, osteotomy
- Extending limbs – Taylor Spatial Frame – as first in Poland
- Administration of growth factors

We go well beyond the realm of unique neurosurgeries by providing services like the kyphoplasty balloon or an operation to ensure the stabilization of the spine with the In Space implantation method – with the application of the zygapophyseal restraint.

As one of the first clinics in Poland we have opened the Diagnostic Centre for Physical Movement and Function where we conduct body functioning tests (which up to now was only applied in the evaluation of the strength potential of athletes and the possibility of improving their training) to appraise motor organ overloading effects and assess rehabilitation effectiveness and possible alterations of the treatment program.

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