Roman Grzybowski, MD, PhD


1. History and evolution of world and Polish orthopedics and traumatology.
2. Osteoarthritis; etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical symptoms, diagnostic imaging, treatment methods.
3. Osteoarthritis of the hip joint - etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical symptoms, diagnostic imaging, differential diagnosis, treatment methods.
4. Hip arthroplasty - indications, types, treatment results, complications.
5. Osteoarthritis of the knee joint - etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical symptoms, diagnostic imaging, differential diagnosis, treatment methods.
6. One, two and three-compartment knee arthroplasty - indications, types, treatment results, complications.
7. Foot deformities in adults - hallux valgus, flat valgus static foot - diagnosis, prevention and treatment.
8. Shoulder diseases - diagnostics and modern methods of treatment.
9. Primary and metastatic neoplasms of the musculoskeletal system - diagnosis, differentiation, modern methods of treatment.
10. Osteoarthritis - etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment.
11. Orthopedics and traumatology in geriatrics - review of problems, principles of prevention and treatment.
12. Osteoporosis - definition of the phenomenon, epidemiology, review of treatment options.
13. Back pain syndromes - diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Scoliosis - types, diagnosis.



Przemysław Jackowski, MD

Piotr Pisowłocki, MD

Alexander Okraska, MD

1. Features of the structure of the skeletal and muscular systems.
2. Getting to know the principles of orthopedic examination.
3. Principles of diagnosis and treatment of injuries of the osteoarticular system.
4. Classification of fractures.
5. Open fractures - Gustilo Anderson scale.
6. The specificity of fracture healing. Basics of Osteosynthesis.
7. Complications of fractures: pseudo-joint and retarded union, necrosis, infections, compartment syndrome.
8. Damage to the upper limb girdle.
9. Fracture of scapula and clavicle, sternocleid and clavicle-brachial dislocation, dislocation of the shoulder joint, fracture of the neck and shaft of the humerus.
10. Supracondylar fracture of the humerus.
11. Fracture of the condyles of the humerus.
12. Dislocation of the elbow joint.
13. Dislocation of the head of the radial bone.
14. Fracture of the ulna.
15. Fracture of the shafts of the forearm bones.
16. Fracture and exfoliation of the distal epiphysis of the radius.
17. Fracture of the wrist bone.
18. Fracture of the metacarpal bones and fingers.
19. Open hand injuries, principles of diagnosis and treatment.
20. Upper limb replantations.
21. Damage to the lower limb girdle.
22. Fractures of the pelvis.
23. Traumatic dislocations of the hip joint.
24. Fracture of the neck of the femur.
25. Cross- and subtrochanteric fracture of the femur.
26. Fracture of the shaft of the femur.
27. Supracondylar fracture of the femur.
28. Dislocations and fractures of the patella.
29. Dislocation of the knee joint.
30. Injury of knee ligaments and other radionegative injuries.
31. Intra-articular fractures of the knee.
32. Fractures of the shin bones.
33. Fracture of the ankles of the ankle joint.
34. Traumatic foot injuries.
35. Dislocation of the ankle joint.
36. Damage to nerves and vessels of the upper and lower limbs.
37. Degenerative and degenerative changes in hip and knee joints - practical diagnosis and treatment analysis.
38. Characteristics of an orthopedic examination of a child.
39. Characteristics and differences of fractures in children. Salter-Harris classification. The most common fractures in children. Methods of treating fractures in children.
40. Principles of installing gypsum fixings.
41. Lateral curvature of the spine in children. Types of scoliosis. Examination of a child with scoliosis. Treatment methods.
42. Developmental dysplasia of the hip joints. Diagnosis, treatment, role of ultrasound examination, method. Graf.
43. Congenital clubfoot. Clinical picture. Treatment with the Ponseti method.
44. The causes of a child limping. Transient inflammation of the hip joint. Perthes disease. Juvenile exfoliation of the femoral head.



Roman Grzybowski, MD, PhD


1. Polytrauma patients

Causes of the increase in the number of patients with traumatic orthopaedic injuries

Trauma patient - the multidisciplinary polytrauma activation.Fracture pelvis and spine.Diagnosis classification, tritment 

2. Osteoporosis: diagnosis and treatment

Etiology and epidemiology of osteoporosis

The role of orthopedist in the treatment of osteoporosis.

Prevention of osteoporosis.Vitamin D3 -lowering the level, diagnosis and treatment

3. Injuries in sport

Etiology and epidemiology of sport injuries

The most common sports injuries: diagnosis and treatment

4. Congenital and acquired defects in children

The most common birth defects in children - diagnostics and treatment

The role of early diagnosis of birth defects and acquired in children - why does it mean better earlier?

5. Surgical treatment of musculoskeletal injuries

General principles of fracture treatment

Indications and contraindications for surgical treatment

Complications after surgery