Dr. Mina Wahba Morcos is an academic orthopedic surgeon with an expertise in complex hip and knee replacement surgery. He completed his undergraduate degree in Physical Therapy at McGill University and a medical degree at Laval University. He did his Orthopedic training at McGill University, during which he completed his Master’s degree in experimental science. He pursued a prestigious fellowship at Western University followed by another two fellowships at the University of Toronto in Complex Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction and Trauma surgery.
Dr. Morcos is an academic orthopedic surgeon at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital and an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Montreal. Dr. Morcos has a special interest in rapid recovery and minimally invasive surgery, including the mini-posterior approach to the hip. He uses the most advanced and durable implants in treating his patients, along with the latest technology in hip and knee replacement surgery. His expertise is in total hip and knee replacement, partial knee replacement and patellofemoral joint replacement.
Dr. Morcos is deeply involved in research and education. He was recruited by the Department of Surgery at the University of Montreal and “The Centre of Excellence in Research and Lower Extremity Surgery” at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital as a clinician-researcher. He has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters with a special focus on clinical outcomes and novel surgical techniques. His work has been presented at numerous national and international conferences and received numerous rewards. He is a member of the Canadian Orthopedic Association and Quebec Orthopedic Association.
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