© Borgis - Postępy Nauk Medycznych 6/2017, s. 338
Over the recent years, we have witnessed major advancements in the surgery of the musculoskeletal system both as regards the treatment of deformities (orthopaedic surgery) and trauma surgery, especially fracture management and various minimally-invasive techniques. This has been brought about by the technological progress, the rise in the field of biomaterials and their widespread availability these days, but also the increasing professional excellence of our orthopaedic surgeons. Polish specialists now perform a growing number of exceptionally complex procedures and have acquired skills and expertise that are in no way inferior to those in command of best specialists in countries that used to be traditionally perceived as more advanced in this area. It should be noted here also that no expense is spared in this respect by the National Health Fund, with even the most costly procedures dully reimbursed.
The Otwock Department of Orthopaedics and Paediatric Orthopaedics and Traumatology of the Centre of Postgraduate Medical Education is one of the few medical facilities in Poland that treats in equal proportions children and adults with orthopaedic problems requiring surgery. The current edition of the “Progress in Medicine” journal attempts to reflect the scope of our interests and medical care we provide.
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