Dr. Carlos Leal is a leading orthopedist specializing in Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Knee Surgery, and in Regenerative Orthopedics. He focuses on surgical interventions such as Arthroscopies and Articular Knee Replacements, and is a leading international leader in Shockwave Biosurgery and in the application of Autologous Growth Factors and Mesenchymal Mother Cells Expanded Autologous Spinal Cordless Aspiration in osteoarticular applications.
His academic career consists of his specialization in Orthopedics and Traumatology at the Bosque University, followed by a Postdoctoral Fellow in Biomechanics and Research in Orthopedics at Harvard University , a Fellow in Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Knee Surgery at the University of New York at The Hospital For Joint Diseases and in Aspen Valley Hospital , as well as the Diploma in Tissue Regeneration by Shockwaves conducted in Germany, Austria and the United States.
His teaching career since 1992 has led him from Assistant Instructor to Associate Professor of Medicine faculty, Orthopedic Postgraduate, and Knee Surgery program at El Bosque University. He has served as Director of the Postgraduate Division, member and President of the Board of Directors of El Bosque University . He currently serves as its Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors .
He is Director of the Fenway Medical Institute , the leading center for shock and stem cell osteomuscular tissue regeneration. He is founder and Chief Scientific Officer of the company KneeVoice inc . He is Medical Director of Lufthansa for Colombia, and MedLife Publications SAS, the magazine of medical life.
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