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Dr. Hekmat Yazji
Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
HealthBay Polyclinic BR

Dr. Hekmat Yazji
Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

Specialized Care

Dr. Hekmat Yazji is an expert in surgical and non-surgical procedures in general and special orthopedics and fracture surgery, with over 18 years of experience in reputable German hospitals.

Dr. Yazji absolved the German board for Orthopedic in University of Koeln and then completed the German board for Fracture surgery in the trauma center of Wolfburg at teaching hospital of University of Hannover.

After obtaining the German Board for Orthopedic and Fracture surgery, Dr Yazji continued to maximize his surgical experience and jointed a special training program in Orthopedic surgery, he expanded and intensified the experience by performing a large number of arthroscopic and open joint surgeries, primary and revision joint replacement surgeries, as well as Hand & Foot surgeries. During this time he obtained the German title of Special Orthopedic Surgery:

Dr Yazji holds the following:

  • German medical license (approbation)
  • Facharzt (German board) for orthopedic, special orthopedic and fracture surgery
  • Consultant orthopedic surgeon in Germany

Since 2010 Dr. Yazji worked as first Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon and Head of Orthopedic department in Germany and lastly as Head of Departments for joint replacement surgery and trauma units.

Dr Yazji offers a good experience in non surgical and regenerative therapies of joint cartilage damages and ligaments with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP Injection), Autologous Conditioned Plasma, BIO Cartilage Extracellular Matrix Therapy as well as Stem Cell Procedures to treat degenerative orthopedic diseases.

Apart from Spinal Surgery to treat acute and chronic back pain, Dr Yazji has performed during his career:

  • Multimodal pain management
  • CT-Scan and X-Ray Guided Percutaneous Treatments with Special Injections
  • Thermoshrinking and Radio-frequency treatments to avoid surgical spinal treatment
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