About Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn
- Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn has +24 years of experience as an Orthopedic & Joint Replacement Surgeon with specialised focus on sports medicine and arthroscopy surgeon.
- He holds memberships of the Royal College of Orthopedic Surgeon of Thailand, is the Chairman Thai Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and the Arthroscopy, Association of North America.
- Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn did his MD in 1997 from Mahidol University. Then he did a diploma in 2004 from the Thai Board of Orthopedic Surgery. He also did a advanced fellowships in Germany, Korea, the USA and France.
- He is a specialised orthopedic surgeon of shoulder reconstructive procedures, sport medicine and arthroscopic surgery. He also performs procedures on knee and due to sports injuries.
- Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn has co-authored a few research papers for leading publications.
Shoulder Reconstructive Surgery Sport Medicine Arthroscopic Surgery
List Of Treatments
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Shoulder Replacement Surgery
- Open Reduction of Fracture
- Repair of Shoulder Rotator Cuff
- Acromioclavicular Joint Repair
- Repair of dislocations
- Shoulder Labral Tears Surgery
- Surgical decompression
- Extensor mechanism realignment
- Sports Related Injuries
- Shoulder Arthroscopy
- Arthroscopic Debridement of Calcium Deposits
- Paget's Disease
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Work Experience of Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn
Dr. Nattha Kulkamthorn's
- Fellowship, L'archet 2 Hospital University of Nice, France.
- Fellowship, Madi hospital, Seoul, Korea
- Fellowship, San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine.
- Fellowship, BG Trauma Center, Germany.
- Diploma, 2004, Thai Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
- MD, 1997, Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand
Tibial Footprint For Single Anatomical Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction By The Meniscal Reference Point: The Cadaveric Study.
The Study Of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Footprint In Thai Population: A Human Cadaveric Study.