doc. MUDr. Rastislav Hromádka, Ph.D.
Chief physician of Orthopaedics
- 1995–2000– 1st Medical Faculty – Charles University, Prague, General Medicine
- 2000–2011– Postgraduate study of biomedicine, 1st Medical Faculty, field of experimental surgery – Charles University, Prague.
- 2000–2007– Orthopedic Clinic of 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University and University Hospital Motol, secondary doctor
- 2003 – 1st degree attestation in Orthopedics
- 2007 – Orthopedic License, issued by Czech Medical Chamber
- 2008– Specialization in the field of Orthopedics
- 2000–present – Anatomy Institute of 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University, fellow
- 2007–present – Orthopedic Clinic of 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University Hospital at Motol, fellow
- 2005–present – Canadian Medical Care, field of Orthopedics
- Orthopedic Clinic of 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University and University Hospital Motol
- Anatomy Institute of 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University
Research and Publications:
- Author of 22 scientific articles
- Co-author of three publications
Membership in professional societies:
- Czech Society of Anatomy (ČAS)
- Czech Society for Orthopedics and Traumatology (ČSOT)
- Foot Surgery Section of ČSOT (SCHN ČSOT)
- European Foot and Ankle Society (EFAS)
One of the most common orthopedic defects in children is the issue of flat feet. Children may be prone to flat feet from birth. However, in most cases, it is an acquired defect. For the correct functioning of the feet, the arches of the foot need to be developed well. Our interview with orthopedist MUDr. Rastislav Hromádka, Ph.D. will uncover the methods of treating flat feet and will identify what factors carry the play the biggest role in this defect.
17. 01. 2019 General ward round: Waltrovka
An interview with doc. MUDr. Rastislav Hromádka, Ph.D., the lead doctor of the One-Day Surgery Center at Prague’s Canadian Medical clinic.
Orthopedist and podiatrist Dr. Rastislav Hromádka from Canadian Medical clinic, illustrates the formation, prevention, and treatment of bunions.