Dr Stanislav Krumgolts

Dr Stanislav Krumgolts on tunnustatud ortopeed-kirurg, kes eelkõige tegeleb igapäevaselt õla probleemidega kimpus olevate patsientidega, kuid patsientide seast leiab ka teiste ortopeediliste muredega inimesi, olgu selleks siis põlv, labajalg või – käsi.
Dr Krumgolts on saanud enda väljaõppe Ukrainas ning Eestis töötanud ortopeed-kirurgina juba üle 13 aasta.

Dr Nele Juntson

Dr Juntson is an orthopaedist. She takes care of patients with both emergency issues and chronic problems. In addition to solving general orthopaedic issues, she specialises in pathologies of the foot and ankle.

MEDICAL SCHOOL
University of Tartu

Dr Mati Merila

Dr Merila is a recognised orthopaedist with long professional experience who is dedicated to solving problems of the upper extremities, particularly in the treatment of conditions associated with shoulder pain.

As an additional specialty, he holds an international certificate in hand surgery. If you have a problem with your shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand, you will find an appropriate solution by making an appointment with Dr Merila.

Dr Dmitri Kulak

Orthopaedist

Dr Dmitri Kulak is a leading orthopaedist in Estonia who has been working in the field of traumatology and orthopaedics for more than 10 years, performing on average more than 300 surgeries a year.​

Since 2008, he has been working as an orthopaedic surgeon. Dr Kulak specialises in both arthroscopic and endoprosthetic surgeries and has a special interest in ankle and foot traumas, ankle pathologies, toe and foot deformities and arthritis of the knee and the hip. Several years of academic and practical experience has made him an internationally recognised surgeon. Dr Kulak gives lectures to his colleagues on orthopaedics both at Estonian and international professional refresher training events. He has made presentations in related professional congresses. Dr Kulak is the chief orthopaedist at East Tallinn Central Hospital and a member of the board of the Estonian AO Alumni Society, the European Foot and Ankle Society and the Estonian Orthopaedic Society.

Dr Rostislav Zjablov

Orthopaedist

Dr Dmitri Kulak is a leading orthopaedist in Estonia who has been working in the field of traumatology and orthopaedics for more than 10 years, performing on average more than 300 surgeries a year.​

Since 2008, he has been working as an orthopaedic surgeon. Dr Kulak specialises in both arthroscopic and endoprosthetic surgeries and has a special interest in ankle and foot traumas, ankle pathologies, toe and foot deformities and arthritis of the knee and the hip. Several years of academic and practical experience has made him an internationally recognised surgeon. Dr Kulak gives lectures to his colleagues on orthopaedics both at Estonian and international professional refresher training events. He has made presentations in related professional congresses. Dr Kulak is the chief orthopaedist at East Tallinn Central Hospital and a member of the board of the Estonian AO Alumni Society, the European Foot and Ankle Society and the Estonian Orthopaedic Society.

Dr Timo Rahnel

Dr Timo Rahnel is an orthopaedist.

Dr Rahnel graduated from the University of Tartu Faculty of Medicine in 2009 and completed his residency in traumatology-orthopaedics in 2015. Dr Rahnel underwent his professional training in various centres in Estonia and in Finland.

Since 2013, he has been working as a physician for Estonia’s U21 football team. He is a board member of the AOTrauma Estonia and a member of ESSKA (the European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy).

Dr Rahnel regularly participates in international training courses. With a scholarship from the European Federation of Orthopaedic Sports Traumatology (EFOST), he participated in a 2-week practical course in various centres in Poland, Germany and Italy in 2015 and a 3-month knee and shoulder surgery refresher training course at Tampere University Hospital in 2019.

In addition to his daily clinical work ranging from standard traumatology-orthopaedics to arthroscopic and endoprosthetic surgeries, Dr Rahnel carries out research projects.
His active membership in professional societies and his work in the Department of Orthopaedics at Tartu University Hospital and North Estonia Medical Centre has given him experience that enables him to provide professional training for his colleagues.

Dr Triin Tammeleht

Dr Tammeleht is an orthopaedist.

Dr Triin Tammeleht graduated from the University of Tartu Faculty of Medicine in 2008 and completed her residency in orthopaedics in 2013.

Since then, she has been working as an orthopaedist at North Estonia Medical Centre. She is a member of the Estonian Traumatology-Orthopaedics Society and the Estonian AO Trauma Society. She has participated in professional training courses in Estonia and abroad, and her expertise lies in primary pathologies of the lower extremities as well as post-traumatic deformities.

Dr Jana Kritt

Dr Kritt is specialised in paediatric orthopaedics.

Dr Kritt graduated from the University of Tartu Faculty of Medicine in 2004. During her studies, she spent two years as an exchange student at the Hannover Medical School in Germany. Dr Kritt has experience working in specialised orthopaedics hospitals in Germany.

She completed her residency in orthopaedics in 2013 and started to work at the Department of Orthopaedics at Tallinn Children’s Hospital. She is a consultant orthopaedist for the Society of Patients with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus and collaborates with paediatric orthopaedists from the Charite Clinic and Olgahospital in Stuttgart.

She specialises in congenital and acquired foot deformities, such as clubfoot and swing foot, congenital hip dysplasia, neuro-orthopaedics and spine deformities. She has been in involved in preparing Cheneau-braces and learned Schroth therapy.

Dr Kritt is a member of the Estonian Society of Paediatric Surgeons and the Estonian Orthopaedic-Traumatology Society.

Dr Villem Teder

Dr Teder is a recognised hand surgeon and orthopaedist.

Dr Villem Teder graduated from the University of Tartu in 2005. He then worked at Pori Hospital in Finland and completed his orthopaedic residency at the University of Tartu in 2014. Since then, he has participated in training courses in hand surgery at the Department of Hand Surgery of Tampere University Hospital in Finland and attended various other courses.

Dr Raigo Norit

Dr Norit is an orthopaedist working both in Estonia and Finland. Dr Norit graduated from the University of Tartu Faculty of Medicine in 2004 and then started to work in Finland. He completed his residency at Kuopio University Hospital, Mikkeli Central Hospital.

Since 2015, Dr Norit has worked part time at Mikkeli Central Hospital. He is a practising surgeon. In addition to trauma surgeries, he regularly performs endoprosthetic surgeries. He performs more than 200 hip and knee replacement surgeries annually.

He has worked at Sportomedica since the foundation of the clinic.

He has been a member of the Finnish Society of Surgery since 2008.