Instituto Nacional de Traumatologia e Ortopedia—Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Dr. Marcel Nascimento
Dr. Rodrigo José da Costa
Dr. Alderico Girão Campos de Barros
Dr. Gustavo Borges Laurindo Azevedo
Dr. Antônio Eulálio Araújo Pedrosa Junior
Dr. Renato Henriques Tavares
Dr. Luis Antônio Medeiros Moliterno
Dr. Renato João Muniz Texeira
Dr. Guilherme Rezende
Dr. Alexandre Peixoto de Melo
Dr. Ricardo Meirelles
Our Philosophy is analyse all measures that will be made to provide the best possible treatment to the patient and reach the surgical goals determinied by discussions in clinical rounds.
Most frequent pathologies:
480 per year
- Degenerative: 200 per year
- Deformity: 200 per year
- Trauma: 40 per year
- Infection: 20 per year
- Tumor: 20 per year
Observership, Short-term, Associate Fellow
Vacancies per year
Observership: 10 per year
Short Term: 6 per year
Associate fellow: 2 per year
Short Term: Anytime
Certificate of Graduation in Medicine translated into Portuguese.
Analize all measures that will be made to provide the best possible treatment to the patient and reach the surgical goals, all lead by the program director. Decisions are always based in the best outcome for the patient, based on case discussions and clinical rounds.
1. Fellows are required to participate in all spine center activities. All activities are supervisioned by at least one member of spine staff;
2. Assisting surgeries;
3. Attending outpatients clinics;
4. Following up pre and postoperative patients within their stay in hospital;
5. Every week one of the fellows present all cases operated on the week before and are responsible for one article discussion;
6. To finish the program: fellow need to prepare an article (clinical or experimental).
All research conducted at the Institute is first evaluated by the research committee and the ethics committee of the Institute. We have tissue bank, biomechanical lab, cell-terapy lab and animal research lab available for our projects.
fellows Project´s participation must be informed to AOSLA office as a part of their mandatories activities.
The meetings happen once in the week, starting in March and following the subjects bellow: