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Netherlands

Robbert Van Dijck

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Orthopaedic Disorders, Knee and Shoulder Surgery, Bergman Clinics

Dr. Robbert van Dijck

After obtaining his VWO diploma,
Dr. Robbert van Dijk studied Medicine at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. After this, he graduated Laude in the physiotherapy course.

“Because we only treat patients with orthopedic conditions, we can focus on specifically those treatments in which we specialize. In addition, it is very nice to be part of a close-knit and professional team.”

Below you can read what Dr. Robbert van Dijk is specialized, his obtained education, and his work experience.

Areas

Sports orthopedic disorders, knee and shoulder surgery.

Education and work experience

  • 1986 – 1992 VWO, Mencia de Mendoza Lyceum Breda
  • 1992 – 2000 Medicine, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • 1996 – 1999 Hogeschool Brabant Breda, diploma (Laude) physiotherapy
  • 2000 – 2001 ANIO orthopedics, OLVG Amsterdam
  • 2001 – 2002 ANIO surgery, Franciscus hospital, Roosendaal
  • 2002 – 2004 Ph.D. in orthopedics, preliminary training in surgery, Amphia hospital Breda, trainers: drs. F.J. van Geloven and R.M.P.H. Crolla
  • 2004 – 2008 Ph.D. in orthopedics, OLVG Amsterdam / UMCE Utrecht, trainers OLVG: dr. W.J. Willems and C.P. van der Hart, trainers UMCU: prof. R.M. Castelein, D.B. Saris
  • 2008 – 2011 Member of the partnership orthopedics Franciscus Ziekenhuis Roosendaal, focus area; shoulder surgery and anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions
  • 2011 – 2014 Orthopaedic surgeon Medinova Kliniek Zestienhoven, Rotterdam
  • 2014 Orthopaedic surgeon Medinova Kliniek Breda

Research

  • 1999 – present: Department of orthopaedics: Medinova Kliniek Zestienhoven UMCU Utrecht, OLVG Amsterdam, Franciscus ziekenhuis Roosendaal

Subject: analysis of long-term results of ACL reconstructions

  • Additional surgery after ACL reconstruction
  • Degenerative changes after ACL reconstruction
  • Meniscal injury after ACL reconstruction
  • ACL reconstruction in the elderly patient
  • Tunnel widening in relation to graft position after ACL reconstruction
  • ACL reconstruction in high-performance athletes
  • Degenerative changes after ACL reconstruction in relation to tunnel position