Biography

Dr. Hai Nguyen

Specialty: location and reconstruction of hip and knee joints.

Dr. Nguyen is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee joint replacement and reconstruction. He has spent the last 18 years at Hôpital Charles-Lemoyne and Hôpital Jean-Talon caring for people of all ages suffering from destructive and degenerative pathologies affecting the hip and knee. Always striving to relieve pain, restore function, improve quality of life and minimize complications, Dr. Nguyen’s career path has led him to develop a wide range of techniques.

He masters the anterior, posterior and minimally invasive approach to the hip. Resurfacing, large-diameter heads and dual-mobility cups are all part of his hip arsenal. For knees, he offers the full range of partial and total replacement options. 

Recently, he has added computer assistance and robotics to his roster, to be able to offer the precision and reliability that technology brings to surgery.

For Dr. Nguyen, all these tools serve to enable him to achieve the ultimate goal of restoring the anatomy of the native joint to its natural, individual motion. This philosophy of personalized surgery with kinematic alignment is revolutionizing the world of arthroplasty, and Dr. Nguyen is one of its leaders. As a clinical assistant professor at the Université de Sherbrooke and the Université de Montréal, he teaches students, residents and colleagues this concept of customized surgery. He also participates in the certification of new surgeons as an examiner at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Finally, to improve patient care beyond surgery, Dr Nguyen turned his attention to optimized recovery protocols (ERAS). These standardized «best practices» help speed recovery, shorten hospital stays and reduce surgical complications.

This rewarding career path has given Dr Nguyen the techniques, technology and ideas to treat his patients in a truly personalized way in every sense of the word.

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