Alkiviadis Kalliakmanis

Alkiviadis Kalliakmanis
Athens Medical Center · Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine Department

Orthopedic Consultant, MD, PhD,

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Introduction
Alkiviadis Kalliakmanis currently works at the Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine Department, Athens Medical Center. Alkiviadis does research in Orthopedic Surgery. Their most recent publication is 'Patellar tendon healing after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in football players'. He was also Team Doctor at AEK FC for the last 11 years. He is working in Sports Medicine projects.
Additional affiliations
June 2006 - July 2017
Athens Medical Center
Position
  • Consultant
Education
March 2019 - July 2021
Barca Innovation Hub
Field of study
  • Certificate in Team Sports Physician-Essential Concepts (online)

Publications

Publications (21)
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Flexibility is an integral component in any conditioning program. Flexibility has been defined as the ability of a muscle to lengthen and allow one or more joints in a kinetic chain to move through a range of motion. The lack of flexibility of the hamstring muscle group has been associated with a higher risk of non-contact muscle injury, and for se...
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Flexibility is an integral component in any conditionin pro ram le i ility has een defined as the ability of a muscle to lengthen and allow one or more joints in a kinetic chain to move through a ran e o motion ome o the proposed enefits o enhanced e i ility are reduced ris o in ury pain relief, and improved athletic performance (2). Non-contact ha...
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Introduction To investigate the healing process of the harvested patellar tendon at 12±2 and 24±2 months following Bone-Patellar-Bone (BTB) Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Methods 30 football players were enrolled in our study and examined at 12±2 and 24±2 months postoperatively. Donor and contralateral tendons evaluated with a hi...
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Significant controversy exists regarding the potential harm to the growth plate following reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament in skeletally immature patients. This study was performed to evaluate the results of a transepiphyseal replacement of the anterior cruciate ligament in skeletally immature patients. Ninety-four skeletally immatu...
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Lipomas can be found anywhere in the body with the majority located in the head and neck region as well as in the shoulder and back. They are not very common in the hand and those involving the fingers are very rare. Although, it is not the only case reported, lipoma of the index finger is very uncommon. A 52-year-old Caucasian man presented with a...
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An experimental study was conducted in order to evaluate biomechanical methods of single-bundle reconstruction in ACL and compare it with a new double-bundle double-tibial tunnel technique. Twenty-four porcine cadaver knees, divided into 4 groups of 6 knees each and 48 proper extensors of the fourth toe tendons, were used for the fixation technique...
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The goal of this study was the clinical evaluation of arthroscopic meniscal repair results with the use of 3 different repair devices. From 2001 to 2006, 265 patients underwent 280 meniscal repairs (RapidLoc [DePuy Mitek, Raynham, MA] in 88 patients, T-Fix [Acufex Microsurgical, Mansfield, MA] in 85 patients, and FasT-Fix [Smith & Nephew Endoscopy,...
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Buy Article Permissions and Reprints Abstract Purpose: The aim of this project was to study the functional outcome of displaced distal radius fractures treated with the use of a locking volar plate. Methods: Twenty-five consecutive patients with displaced distal radius fractures were treated with open reduction and internal fixation, using the vol...
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In this study, a mathematical method was used to estimate the entrance surface dose (ESD) to the patient and the scattered dose (Ds) to the operating surgeon during various fluoroscopically guided surgical orthopaedic procedures. For 204 patients, the procedure type, the fluoroscopy time and the highest tube potential and current values observed du...
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To study the functional outcome of displaced distal radius fractures treated by open reduction and internal fixation with the use of fragment-specific fixation. Fifteen consecutive displaced distal radius fractures (5 extra-articular and 10 intra-articular) were treated using the Trimed distal radius fixation system (Trimed, Valencia, CA). Radiogra...
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ABSTRACT The method of choice for surgical treatment of cubital tunnel syndrome has not been cleared till today in the literature, while the surgeons’ basic criteria of choice are his experience and preference. In this paper we present the anterior intramuscular transposition of ulnar nerve and the results we had performing it. Methods - Materials:...
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Introduction Digital ischemia in the upper extremity, with ulceration and gangrene due to primary or secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon, may be a difficult problem for the hand surgeon to solve. Ischemic pain, numbness, cold intolerance and disabling symptoms of the hands may be the early manifestations of the Raynaud’s phenomenon, but patients are usu...
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Plantar fasciitis is the most common diagnosis for pain in the inferior aspect of the heel among runners, accounting for 10% of injuries that occur in connection with running. The etiology of pain is multifactorial. The aim of the present study is to report our experience in the treatment of plantar fasciitis in athletes and compare our diagnostic...