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researcher , Spinal surgeon

Constantin Schizas, Greek spinal surgeon, researcher. Achievements include research in minimally invasive techniques in spinal surgery; research in gait analysis in scoliosis surgery; research in back pain treatment; research in hip replacement surgery; research in disc bioengineering.


Schizas, Constantin was born on October 27, 1961 in Athens, Greece.


Doctor of Medicine, University Louvain, Brussels, 1986. Master of Science in Orthopaedics, University College London, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, University Lausanne, Switzerland, 1995.

Postgraduate diploma in Bioengring., University Strathclyde, Glasgow, England, 1995.


Intern, resident Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London. Oberarzt Schulthess Clinic, Zurich, Switzerland, 1995—1996. Consultant orthopedic and spinal surgeon Queen Mary's Hospital, London, 1996—2000.

Honorary consultant St Luke's Hospital for Clergy, since 2000. Consultant orthopedic and spinal surgeon Whittington Hospital, 2000—2003. Honorary consultant orthopedic surgeon Royal National Orthopaedics Hospital, Stanmore, England, since 2002.

Honorary senior lecturer University London, London, 2000—2003. Spinal surgeon University Lausanne, Switzerland, since 2003.


  • Achievements include research in minimally invasive techniques in spinal surgery. Research in gait analysis in scoliosis surgery. Research in back pain treatment.

    Research in hip replacement surgery. Research in disc bioengineering.


Fellow: Royal College Surgeons England, Swiss Orthopaedics Association, British Orthopaedics Association. Member: Swiss Spine Society (secretary), Association Study Internal Fixation (faculty since 2002), Cervical Spine Research Society, Eurospine Spinal Society Europe.


  • Other Interests

    Skiing, mountain climbing.


Married Anne-Sophie Rieben, August 10, 1992.

Anne-Sophie Rieben