Meet Dr. Uwe Dahn
Dr. Uwe Dahn is a senior consultant orthopedic and trauma surgeon with over 20 years of experience he has acquired in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Canada. Dr. Dahn offers his patients comprehensive orthopedic care ranging from innovative non-surgical treatment techniques to advanced surgical procedures in pathologies of the knee, shoulders, hands, and elbows; with a special interest in sports medicine and foot and ankle surgery. He treats sports and acute injuries as well as chronic and degenerative conditions of the joints requiring complex primary or revision knee replacement surgeries.
Apart from his clinical work, Dr. Dahn is actively staying involved in research and education, to be able to provide his patients the latest and the best there is to offer in orthopedic care and contribute to the advancement of the field.
Patients enjoy Dr. Dahn’s friendly, open, and personalized approach to care. He encourages a team approach with shared decision making with each of his patients. From the very first appointment, an emphasis is placed on the patient’s values, preferences, goals, and expectations. Dr. Uwe is part of a highly skilled clinical team at NSH who all works together with the patients and their families to achieve a quicker recovery and the success they desire through nonsurgical or surgical means.
Qualifications & Career highlights
- German Board Certified as Orthopedic Surgeon (Facharzt)
- German Board Certified as Trauma Surgeon (Facharzt)
- Fellowship Foot at German Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society(DAF)
- Doctor of Medicine (MD), University Münster, Germany
Areas of Excellence
- Joint Replacement and Revision Surgery of (Knee, Hip and Shoulder)
- Foot and Ankle Surgery
- Sports Medicine
- Trauma Surgery after AO Guidelines
- Surgical and non-surgical treatment for sport injuries
- Reconstructive Surgery
- Pediatric Orthopedics
Sports Injuries and Post Traumatic Care, Meniscus and Ligament Tears, Osteoarthritis, Joint Pain and Joint Injuries, Deformities, Tendonitis, Fractures, Osteoporosis.