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Wrist arthroscopy
Dr Darlis specializes in wrist arthroscopy, a minimally invasive method to diagnose and treat disorders of the wrist. He has several publications in this field and is the only Greek Member of the European Wrist Arthroscopy Society (GEAP/EWAS). He is frequently invited to give lectures on this subject in both national and international congresses. Dr Darlis was the first to perform an all arthroscopic TFCC repair in Greece. His expertise together with the state-of-the-art equipment in Metropolitan Hospital allows him to treat both simple and complex disorders of the wrist.

Member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Dr Darlis is an International Member of the ASSH. He was inducted into ASSH in September of 2011 in an official ceremony in Las Vegas, NV during its annual conference. He is only the third Greek Hand Surgeon to receive this privilege in the Society’s 65 year old history. Dr Darlis maintains strong ties with the Pittsburgh Hand Surgery Community through the yearly meetings of the Greek Pittsburgh Hand Alumni Members.

Upper Extremity Surgery/ Sports Medicine/ Reconstructive Microsurgery
Dr Darlis covers the whole spectrum of Shoulder, Elbow and Hand Surgery both in trauma and elective surgery. The disorders we treat range from fractures and dislocations to ligament injuries and overuse syndromes to arthritis and adult reconstruction.

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Points of Care: Metropolitan Hospital- Medical Office
As medical technology evolves it is essential for the surgeon to have all his options within easy reach. Dr Darlis operates and sees patients in two state-of-the-art facilities: Metropolitan Hospital and his private Medical Office.

High Resolution Ultrasound (HRUS): Diagnosis and in-office procedures
Dr Darlis uses a bedside high resolution ultrasound (12 MHz HRUS- General Electric) in his medical practice for both diagnosis and ultrasound assisted office procedures. HRUS is extremely helpful in the diagnosis disorders of shoulder (rotator cuff tears, instability), elbow, knee, hip and wrist. It has become “the stethoscope” of the orthopaedic surgeon in recent years. With over 10 years of experience in this modality, we can achieve a quicker and more accurate diagnosis in many disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Reaching out to patients and colleagues
We strongly believe in the dissemination of medical knowledge and information and in obtaining feedback from both our patients and colleagues.