Editor - Song Bin | Sun Yat-sen University | 26690
ISSN: 2329-910X

Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle
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Song Bin

Song Bin
Song Bin
Department of Sports Medicine
Sun Yat-Sen memorial hospital

Sun Yat-sen University


Song Bin, from sports medicine department of the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hospital in China, mainly engaged in lower limbinjury and related research, especially on the research of foot and ankle injury and thearthroscopy technique. Within orthopedics, sports medicine surgeryis one of the most rapidly developing and importment disciplines. This is due to the rapid development and access to the the application of arthroscopic techniques and related basic researches. In China, the clinical application of ankle arthroscopy was relatively late than abroad, and the development was very slow until the 21st. In my hospitial, as one of the earliest units to develop the arthroscopy technique in China, we started to perform the first knee arthroscopy surgery in 1983, but the first ankle arthroscopy maybe was in 2000. As for myself, I started to learn the arthroscopy technique in 2006,and performed the first ankle arthroscopy in 2007. Until now, I completed a total of 500 cases of ankle arthroscopy surgeries, that were about 250 cases of ankle impingment, 60 cases of arthroscopic ATFL reconstruction and another 80 cases of arthroscopic ATFL repair,  60 cases of hind foot arthroscopy, 30 cases of osteochondral lesions of the talus ,band 20 cases of  subtalar joint disease. At the same time,I completed a total of 1500 cases of ACLreconstruction and about 1000cases of meniscus repair or plasty.

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