Drs. Alvaro Iborra and Manuel Villaneuva discuss the latest breakthroughs in ultrasound guided minimally invasive surgery. In this episode, we explore how this technology has revolutionized surgical practices and improved patient outcomes. We’ll also be discussing the challenges posed by using such a complex system and what steps need to be taken to ensure its safe implementation into clinical practice. Don’t miss out on this exciting discussion with two world-renowned experts! Please tune in this week for an informative podcast that you won’t want to miss!

Essentials of Diagnostic Ultrasound

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Dr. Alvaro Iborra practices in Madrid, Spain. Dr. Iborra is rated as an Elite expert by MediFind in the treatment of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome. He is also highly rated in 3 other conditions, according to our data. His top areas of expertise are Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, Mononeuritis Multiplex, Contracture Deformity, Bursitis, and Fasciotomy.

His clinical research consists of co-authoring 13 peer reviewed articles in the past 15 years. In particular, he has co-authored 4 articles in the study of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.

First and only podiatrist in the world awarded by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), New Orleans, USA (2014).

It is a pioneer and world leader in ultra-minimally invasive surgery. He specializes in foot and ankle surgery, minimally invasive reconstructive surgery, peripheral nerve surgery and ultrasound-guided surgery.

Member of The American Microsurgical Orthoplastic Society (AMOS).

Expert in foot and ankle surgery by the University of Medicine, UCLM.

Areas of specialization: ankle and foot, addressing complex injuries and applying advanced treatments for tendon, joint and nerve injuries.

Application of biological therapies guided by ultrasound, growth factors, Orthokine, Hyaluronic acid; Ultraminimally Invasive Echoguided surgery. Percutaneous surgery, peripheral nerve and foot and ankle osteoarticular surgery.

He has multiple international scientific works and national and international conferences behind him.

Dr. Manuel Villanueva-Martinez practices in Madrid, Spain. Villanueva-Martinez is highly rated in 1 condition, according to our data. His top areas of expertise are Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, Morton Neuroma, Metatarsalgia, Knee Replacement, and Hip Replacement.

His clinical research consists of co-authoring 36 peer reviewed articles in the past 15 years. First Spanish traumatologist awarded by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) for a surgical technique.

First and only surgeon awarded, in the history of the AAOS, in ultra-minimally invasive ultrasound-guided surgery.

Awarded four times by the (AAOS). 8 surgical techniques included in the AAOS training catalog for surgeons worldwide.

Director of the hip and knee arthroplasty and prosthetic replacement unit H. Beata María Ana.

Director of the H. Beata María Ana Ecoguided Surgery Unit.

President of the Spanish Association of Eco-Guided Surgery.

-Graduate in Medicine and Surgery. Univ. Autonomous of Madrid (Sep. 1983-Jun. 1989).

-Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology. Ramón y Cajal Hospital. January 1991- December 1995.

- Master's degree in Bodily Damage Assessment and Medical Expertise. European Institute of Health and Social Welfare. 2006

-Doctor in Epidemiology and Public Health. King Juan Carlos University. June 2005. Outstanding "cum laude".

-Honorary collaborating doctor in the Complutense Faculty of Madrid. Academic year 2006-2007.

-Honorary collaborating doctor in the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. 2000-2008.

- Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology. Complutense University of Madrid. 2008-2013

-Member of the Palacademy international expert group for continuous training in hip and knee arthroplasty and of the GAIO multidisciplinary group for the treatment of osteoarticular infections by Gregorio Marañón.

Associate physician at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology at the Ramón y Cajal Hospital. January-June 1996.

Adjunct physician at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology at Gregorio Marañón Hospital. 1996 – 2013.

Official expert of the Community of Madrid. Exercise specialist in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology and Master's Degree in Bodily Damage Assessment and Medical Expertise.

Dr. Villaneuva 03:19 Tells Their History of Development

Dr. Barrett  07:28 Cadaver Labs

Dr. Villaneuva 09:19 What Needs to Be Done Anatomically

Dr. Barrett  11:02  Start with plantar fasciotomy.

Dr. Villaneuva 11:39

Dr. Barrett and Dr. Villaneuva 16:24 Discuss Post-operative Management

Dr. Barrett  17:24 Discusses Results of EPF surgery

Dr. Villaneuva 22:54 Talks about Achilles Tendonopathy

Dr. Villaneuva 24:06 Discusses the Technique for Gastrocnemius Recessions

Dr. Barrett  25:20 Talks about Sural Nerve Injury

Dr. Villaneuva 26:24 Shares Surgical History of European Foot and Ankle Surgery

Dr. Barrett  34:23 Discusses Their Paper

Dr. Villaneuva 35:11 Talks about Tarsal Tunnel Surgery

Dr. Villaneuva 41:40 Discusses the Phoenix Sign

Dr. Barrett  43:36 Talks about the Papaverine versus Lidocaine Paper Submission

Dr. Villaneuva 47:07 Shows the intra-operative technique for DUS Guided TT Decompression

Dr. Villaneuva 59:46 Why You Must Invest in a Great Ultrasound Machine

Dr. Barrett  1:00:25 Well, it's hard to be an astronomer without a telescope