Pediatric orthopaedist traumatologists
consultations during his career
Šarūnas Bernotas consults children and treats all disorders of their locomotor system, various injuries, congenital and acquired pathologies, as well as congenital hip dislocation, spine deformities, orthopaedic leg anomalies. He specializes in paediatric orthopaedics and spine surgery.
Dr Bernotas has had traineeships in paediatric orthopaedics and spine surgery at clinics in the USA and France. He has published more than 10 scientific articles on paediatric diseases in orthopaedics and traumatology in Lithuanian and foreign science journals.
Diagnoses and treats the following diseases
- Hip dysplasia
- Limb deformities
- Orthopaedic injuries
Tests and procedures most frequently ordered or performed
- Lab tests
- Orthopaedic surgeries (hip joint, correction of limb deformities and feet deformities, limb lengthening, cerebral palsy in children, meningocele)
- Spine surgeries (spinal deformities, scoliosis, kyphosis, spondylolisthesis)
1986–1992 Speciality of paediatrics at Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine.
1992–1996 Residency of paediatric surgery at Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine.
Work experience of doctor has been accumulated for over 20 years.
1993–2008 doctor at Orthopaedic Department of Children's Surgery Centre, Children's Hospital, Affiliate of Vilnius University Hospital.
2008 head of the Orthopaedics Department of Children's Surgery Centre, Children's Hospital, Affiliate of Vilnius University Hospital.
From 2005 doctor paediatric orthopaedist-traumatologist at Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Center.
Worked on probation, regarding paediatric orthopaedics and spine surgery.
4 months in 1996 and 2 months in 2000 at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Chicago (USA).
1 month in 2000 according to Group International Cotrel-Dubousset programme in Paris, Nantes, Nancy (France).
He wrote over 10 scientific articles on paediatric orthopaedics and traumatology in Lithuanian and foreign scientific journals.
A member of Lithuanian Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology.