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godol Full Name: Godolias George
Title: Professor
Area of expertise: Sports Medicine focused on Musculoskeletal Injuries and Diseases
Sector: Exercise & Health
Telephone: +30 25310 39662
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Office: Β2-18
Hours of listening students: Mon: 12:00-14:00

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  1. Use of newly developed instruments and endoscopes: full-endoscopic resection of lumbar disc herniations via the interlaminar and lateral transforaminal approach. Ruetten S.,  Komp M., Merk H., Godolias G. Journal of neurosurgery. Spine 2007;6(6):521-30.
  2. Full-endoscopic cervical posterior foraminotomy for the operation of lateral disc herniations using 5.9-mm endoscopes: a prospective, randomized, controlled study. Ruetten S.,  Komp M., Merk H., Godolias G., Spine 2008;33(9):940-8.
  3. Full-endoscopic anterior decompression versus conventional anterior decompression and fusion in cervical disc herniations. Ruetten S., Komp M., Merk H., Godolias G., International orthopaedics 2009;33(6):1677-82.
  4. Surgical treatment for lumbar lateral recess stenosis with the full-endoscopic interlaminar approach versus conventional microsurgical technique: a prospective, randomized, controlled study. Ruetten S., Komp M., Merk H., Godolias G. Journal of neurosurgery. Spine 2009;10(5):476-85.
  5. Recurrent lumbar disc herniation after conventional discectomy: a prospective, randomized study comparing full-endoscopic interlaminar and transforaminal versus microsurgical revision. Ruetten S., Komp M., Merk H. Godolias G. Journal of spinal disorders & techniques 2009;22(2):122-9.
  6. A New full-endoscopic technique for the interlaminar operation of lumbar disc herniations using 6-mm endoscopes: prospective 2-year results of 331 patients. Ruetten S; Komp M; Godolias G. Minimally invasive neurosurgery : MIN 2006;49(2):80-7.
  7. The effects of soccer training and timing of balance training on balance ability. Gioftsidou A., Malliou P., Pafis G., Beneka A., Godolias G., Maganaris G., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 2006, ePub 1-6.
  8. Measurements and evaluations in low back pain patients. -Malliou P, Gioftsidou A, Beneka A, Godolias G. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 2006, 16, 219-230.
  9. An extreme lateral access for the surgery of lumbar disc herniations inside the spinal canal using the full-endoscopic uniportal transforaminal approach-technique and prospective results of 463 patients. Ruetten S., Komp M., Godolias G. Spine 2005;30(22):2570-8.
  10. Soccer players’ muscular imbalances: restoration with an isokinetic strength training program-Gioftsidou A., Beneka A., Malliou P., Pafis G., Godolias G. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 2006, 103, 151-159