Panos Gikas is a medical consultant in London. He works with England’s National Health Service and specializes in orthopedic surgery and replacements. He takes care of patients with cancer, bone tumors, sarcoma or general trauma. Panos Gikas can fix many skeletal problems. He can take care of hips, knees, shoulders, cartilages, and elbows. He can replace joints or fix them. He works on bone and soft tissues and even does stem cell replacements for cartilages. He works quickly and efficiently, making sure patients stay under anesthesia for the least amount of time.
Panos Gikas is a brilliant researcher too. He is part of a research team that uses a new non-invasive laser scan called the Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SORS). It detects osteoporosis and brittle bone disease without using x-rays, medical history, and genetic testing. This results in earlier diagnosis and treatments, making pain relief quicker and easier.
Panos Gikas is a very educated man. He holds both an MD and a Ph.D., earned in London. He is an honorary lecturer at the UCL Dept. of Physics. He practices at Britain’s Royal National Orthopedic Hospital and has a private practice at the Spire Bushey Hospital/Diagnostic Centre. Panos Gikas speaks Greek and English.
In October 2018, The Irish News featured Panos Gikas and his tips for managing arthritis, including rheumatoid, osteoarthritis and arthritic repetitive injuries. He advises sufferers to participate in moderate exercise for healthy bones and muscles. Weight must be maintained by eating healthy foods. Plus, injuries must be treated immediately to avoid further damage.