“The hands of a surgeon obey his head, his intuition, and, above all, to what he has learned of the greats who formed them.

They work guided by techniques that improve what has been learned; creative ability that recalls the long hours of training and learning: knowledge, passion, intuition and learning again.

Learn and innovate, supported in the hands of the surgeons who bequeathed us their knowledge, trying to improve learnt techniques, putting into practice creative ways to address the challenges that presents each surgery.

Having hands of surgeon, is to have a good coordination of the brain with the hands responsible for executing what dictates them, they must be accurate, quick and agile to succeed before any intervention.”.