Open House Orthopaedics July 11, 2023

Doctor examining patient's arm

23 June 2023

UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital invites you to join us for an exclusive Open Day dedicated to elbow dysfunctions, diseases, and traumas. If you are seeking a solution for an elbow condition or wish to address the after-effects of a recent or past trauma, we encourage you to take advantage of our Open House event:

  • Tuesday, July 11 – from 3 to 7 p.m.

Book your appointment now by clicking here or by calling +39 06 588 96 800.

During the Open House, you will have the opportunity to consult with Dr. Alessandro Are, an experienced Orthopedic and Trauma Surgeon specializing in the treatment of elbow diseases. Dr. Are will provide a complementary consultation, allowing you to discuss your specific condition and symptoms. He will offer personalized advice on potential treatment options tailored to your needs. Please note that, in order to provide an accurate diagnosis and personalized guidance, certain diagnostic tests may be necessary. To facilitate a comprehensive diagnostic pathway, we have arranged discounted rates exclusively for Open House attendees.

If you already have the following diagnostic tests, please bring them with you:

  • X-rays.
  • Ultrasound.
  • MRI.
  • CT SCAN.
  • Blood chemistry tests with inflammation indicators.

Don't miss this chance to find the answers and solutions you seek for your elbow health. Join us at UPMC Salvator Mundi International Hospital's Open House and take a step towards improved well-being.

The Elbow

The elbow is a complex and delicate structure consisting of three joints working in synergy. The bony structures that constitute them are the humerus, ulna, and radius, organized into ulnohumeral, radio humeral and radioulnar joints.

There are several pathologies that can affect the elbow, the main ones being:

  • Fractures and/or their vicious healing.
  • Sprains and dislocations.
  • Post-traumatic joint stiffness.
  • Instabilities and ligamentous injuries.
  • Biceps and triceps tendon injuries.
  • Epicondylitis and Epitrochleitis (i.e. "Tennis elbow" and "Little League elbow").
  • Olecranial bursitis.
  • Acute and chronic neurological injuries.

We Don't Go On Vacation, We Are Always Open!

We are open throughout the summer, 24/7, offering quick access to quality care.