Medical services



Bunion-Hallux Valgus


A bunion is a structural problem of the big toe joint causing a boney prominence. Surgery is commonly performed to correct the problem. Some people simply avoid surgery because they may have “heard” some misnomers that guide their decision.


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Flatfoot-Planovalgus


There is a lack of the arch of the foot. By the age of 4, children have flat feet because the arch of the foot has not developed. “Here we are mainly interested in whether the child’s heel goes outwards or inwards (flexibility or tenderness) in combination with flat feet.

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Clawtoes and Hammertoes


It is a condition in which your fingers bend. The Clawtoes and Hammertoes may appear from birth or your legs may bend later. It is not usually a serious problem in itself, but it can be uncomfortable. It can also be a sign of an underlying medical condition, such as cerebral palsy or diabetes.

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Cavovarus foot – Neurological foot disease


Cavovarus foot can be a difficult problem. It is much less common to see a patient with a high arch with leg pain than a patient with a low arch with leg pain. As a result, high-arched legs are treated less often or may be less understood by the common foot level.


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Diabetic foot


Ulcers, infections and gangrene are the most common foot problems faced by patients with diabetes. As a result of these problems, thousands of diabetic patients end up with amputations every year.


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Rheumatic Leg


Arthritis leg pain is generally associated with specific joints – whether legs, knees or hips. When the cartilage around the joint collapses, pain, stiffness and swelling can occur. Arthritis joints can also be hot and have limited movement.


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Metatarsalgia


Metatarsalgia is a painful inflammation in the ball of your foot. The ball of your foot is the area between your feet and your arch. Metatarsal is the name given to the five metatarsal bones in the middle of your feet that connect to your toes.


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Morton’s neuroma


Morton’s neuroma, also called interstitial neuroma, is the thickening of the tissue in your finger. This tissue is located next to a nerve. The pressure on the nerve irritates it and causes pain.


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New Diagnostic Methods in the doctor’s office without the use of radiation


Implementation of New Diagnostic Methods in the doctor’s office without the use of radiation


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Implementation of New Therapies in clinical practice


We use a state-of-the-art ultrasound machine in order to direct the infusion and achieve the maximum therapeutic effect. Depending on the patient’s pathology and the rehabilitation program that we will design, the appropriate choice of therapeutic material is made.


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Traumatology (remodeling – stabilization of fractures-rehabilitation)


A traumatologist is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in treating both simple and complex fractures, as well as injuries and injuries caused by accidents or sudden violence.


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Arthritis


Arthritis is a broad term that covers a group of over 100 diseases. It has to do with your joints – the places where your bones connect – such as your wrists, knees, hips or fingers.


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Sports injuries – Sports Medicine


In recent years, data on the effect of genes on the physical condition and performance of elite athletes have risen sharply.The study of genetic polymorphisms, that is, mutations, that could explain the differences in physical abilities and the results of training programs between individuals is now widespread.


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Dr Badekas Athanasios


Athanasios Badekas is the Scientific Officer of the Orthopedic Department of the ORTHO REHAB CENTER, which is housed in the center of Glyfada. Our space, recently completely renovated, has been created in such a way as to meet the needs of our doctors and to offer a friendly and functional environment to our patients.




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