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consultations since the start of clinical practice
different orthopaedic surgeries since the start of clinical practice
Dr Vorobjovas specialises in non-surgical treatment of sports injuries. He is one of the top sports injury specialists in Lithuania and the doctor to the Lithuanian Olympic team, Vilnius Lietuvos Rytas basketball club and the Lithuanian National Kyokushin Karate team. Dr Vorobjovas is also a manual therapy specialist.
He has over ten years of practical work experience gained at Vilnius University Hospital (formerly Vilnius Emergency Hospital), which is one of the largest hospitals in Lithuania. Dr Vorobjovas continues with his professional development in both Lithuania and abroad (UK, Belgium, Latvia).
1988 Tartu University Faculty of Medicine (Estonia), clinical and sports medicine.
Dr Vorobjovas specialises in non-surgical treatment of sports injuries.
1988–1989 Public Institution Šv. Jokūbo Hospital (formerly Vilnius 1-oji tarybinė Hospital), orthopaedic traumatologist
1989–1991, 1998-now Public Institution Lithuanian Sports Medicine Centre, orthopaedic traumatologist, doctor to the Lithuanian Olympic Team
1991–2004 Public Institution Vilnius University Hospital, orthopaedic traumatologist
Since 1999 Private Company MSM klinika, orthopaedic traumatologist, sports medicine physician, manual therapist
Since 2007 Lithuanian National Kyokushin Karate team, doctor
Since 2010 BC Lietuvos rytas Vilnius basketball club, doctor
Since2015 UAB SK Impeks Medical Diagnostic Centre, orthopaedic traumatologist
Doctor at Athens 2004 Olympic Games (Athens, Greece), 2008 Summer Olympics (Peking, China), London 2012 Olympic Games (London, UK).
1998–1999 Manual therapy and myosceletal medicine professional development course for doctors, Riga Medical University, Riga, Latvia.
2002–2003 Cyriax orthopaedic medicine course, Belgium.
2005 Zero balancing professional development course for doctors, Exeter, UK.
Dr Vorobjovas teaches and delivers seminars to sports and health professionals on the muscular and skeletal injuries of athletes, acute and chronic trauma and their treatment.