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Publications, Scientific Work, Presentations & Discussions

Publications:

  • Bock P, M.D., Schatz K, M.D., Wurnig Ch, M.D. “Physical Activity After Total Knee Replacement”, Zeitschrift für Orthopädie 14 (May/June 2003): 272-276.

  • Bock P, M.D., K.H. Kirsten, M.D., A. Kröner, M.D., A. Engel, M.D., “The Influence of Hallux Valgus Deformity on Cartilage Degeneration Within the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint“, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 86-B(5): 669-673 (2004).

  • Bock P, M.D., Jahn R, M.D. and Piza-Katzer H, M.D., “Primary Multiple Angiosarcoma of the Hand: A Case Report and Review of Literature, Handchirurigie-Mikrochirurgie- Plastische Chirurgie 36 (2004): 208 – 312.

  • Bock P, M.D., Kristen KH, M.D., Engel A, M.D., “Die Scarf Osteotomie als Revisionsmethode bei fehlgeschlagener Hallux valgus Operation“ (The Scarf Osteotomy as Revision Method After Failed Hallux valgus Surgery), Orthopädische Praxis 5 (2005): 263 – 266.

  • Kristen KH, M.D. and Bock P, M.D., “Diagnostics and Treatment of Overuse Injuries of the Foot”, Rheumatologie / Orthopädie 13 (2002): 163 – 189.

  • Kröner AH, M.D., Berger CE, M.D., Kluger R, M.D., Oberhauser G, M.D., Bock P, M.D., Engel A, M.D., “Influence of High Tibial Osteotomy on Bone Marrow Edema in the Knee”, Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research 454 (Jan 2007):155-62.

  • Bock P, M.D., Kluger R, M.D. and Hintermann B, M.D., "Anatomical Reconstruction for Reverse Hill Sachs Lesions After Posterior Locked Shoulder Dislocation Fracture: A case series of 6 Patients", Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery (2007).

  • Bock P, M.D., “Achyllodynie” (Achilles Tendinopathy), Jatros (2008).

  • Wanivenhaus A, Bock P, Gruber F, Ivanic G, Klein C, Siorpaes R, Schneider W, Steinböck G, Trieb K, Trnka HJ, “Deformity-Associated Treatment of the Hallux Valgus Complex”, Orthopäde 38(11): 1117-26 (2009).

  • Bock P, M.D., “Plantarfasciitis”, Orthopädie & Rheuma (December 2009).

  • Bock P, M.D., Lanz U, M.D., Kröner A, M.D., Grabmeier G, M.D., Engel A, M.D., “The Scarf Osteotomy: A Salvage Procedure for Recurrent Hallux Valgus in Selected Cases”, Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research 468(8): 2177-87 (Aug 2010).

  • Bock P, M.D., “The Acute Ankle Sprain”, Orthopädie & Rheuma (Feb 2011).

  • Kluger R, Bock P, Mittlböck M, Krampla W, Engel A, “Long-term Survivorship of Rotator Cuff Repairs Using Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis”, American Journal of Sports Medicine (May 2011).

Scientific Exhibits


  • The SCARF Osteotomy as a Method in Revision Surgery after Failed Hallux Valgus Surgery, EFAS Congress Prague (Prague, Czech Republic, September 2006).

  • The SCARF Osteotomy as a Method in Revision Surgery after Failed Hallux Valgus Surgery, 7th EFORT Congress - European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005).

  • Inter- and Intraobserver Reliability of radiologic paramters for flatfoot deformity, 30th Congress of the Austrian Orthopedic Society (Linz, Austria, September 2011).

Dr. Bock’s Scientific Presentations and Discussions


  • Hindfootpathologies, Instructional Course of the Austrian Orthopaedic Society (Innsbruck, Austria, February 2012).

  • Metatarsalgia / Anatomy and imaging, Wintermeeting Austrian Foot Society (Vienna, Austria, December 2011).

  • Lesser Toe Deformities, Results & Complications of Ankle Arthrodesis, EFAS Instructional Course (Vienna, Austria, April 2012).

  • Medial displacement osteotomy and FDL transfer for acquired flatfoot deformity. 30th Austrian Orthopaedic Society Congress (Linz, Austria, September 2011).

  • Medial Displacement Osteotomy and FDL Transfer for Acquired Flatfoot Deformity, 12th EFORT Congress – European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Copenhagen, Norway, June 2011).

  • Treatment algorithm for hallux valgus deformity, 12th EFORT Congress – European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Copenhagen, Norway, June 2011).

  • Inter- und Intraobserver Reliability of radiologic Flatfoot Parameters (Co-Author). 9th International Conference of the Austrian Foot Society (Going, Austria, April 2011).

  • Pain Management in Foot Surgery, 9th International Conference of the Austrian Foot Society (Going, Austria, April 2011).

  • The Adult Acquired Flat Foot, The Degenerative Hind Foot, EFAS Instructional Course (Vilnius, Lithuania, April 2011).

  • MTP I Arthrodesis, Reconstruction of the Tibialis posterior Tendon, Foot Surgery Course of the Austrian Foot and Ankle Society (Innsbruck, Austria, February 2011).

  • Tendon Pathology – Histology and Imaging, Wintermeeting Austrian Foot Society (Vienna, Austria, December 2010).

  • Long-term Results of Scarf Osteotomy for the Correction of Hallux Valgus Deformity, 7th European Foot and Ankle Society (EFAS) Congress (Vilamoura, Portugal, October 2008).

  • Metatarsalgia/Nerve related problems to the foot), Training Course of the Austrian Orthopaedic Society (Vienna, Austria, May 2008).

  • MTP I Arthrodesis. Foot Surgery Course of the Austrian Foot and Ankle Society (Innsbruck, Austria, February 2008).

  • Hallux Valgus Recurrence After Keller Brandes Surgery. The Scarf Osteotomy as a revision method, 29th Austrian Orthopaedic Society Congress (Vienna, Austria, June 2007).

  • Plantar Fasciitis, The Acute Supination Trauma, EFAS Instructional Course (Athens, Greece, June 2007).

  • The Limits of the Scarf Osteotomy, Consensus Meeting of the Austrian Society for Foot Surgery (Mondsee, Austria, June 2007).

  • Long-term Results after Scarf Osteotomy for Correction of Hallux Valgus Deformity, 8th EFORT Congress- European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Florence, Italy, May 2007).

  • Sport Injuries of the Foot, Meeting of the Austrian Association for Sports Medicine (Velden, Austria, August 2006).

  • Chronic Overload Injuries of the Foot, Course Meeting of the Austrian Association for Sports Medicine (Vienna, Austria, April 2006).

  • The Clinical Relevance of Arthrosis Within the Metatarsosesamoid Joint in Hallux Valgus Deformity, 7th International Meeting of the Austrian Foot Society (Going, Austria, April 2006).

  • Sports After Forefoot Surgery, Meeting of the Austrian Association for Sports Medicine (Podersdorf, Austria, May 2005).

  • Periarticular Knee Pain: Differential Diagnosis, Course Meeting of the Austrian Association for Sports Medicine (Vienna, Austria, April 2005).

  • The SCARF Osteotomy as a Method in Revision Surgery After Failed Hallux Valgus Surgery, 6th International Meeting of the Austrian Foot Society (Vienna, Austria, May 2004).

  • The Medial Ankle Instability, Meeting of the Austrian Association for Sports Medicine (Podersdorf, Austria, April 2004).

  • The Incidence of Osteoarthritic Changes in Hallux Valgus Deformity, Specialty Day, 6th EFORT Congress - European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Helsinki, Finland, June 2003).

  • Total Joint Replacement and Sports (THR, TKR), Course meeting of the Austrian Society for Orthopaedic Surgery (Villach, Austria, September 2002).

  • The Posteromedial Fracture of the Distal Tibia: A Pilon Tibiale Fracture or Malleolar Fracture?, 61th Congress of the Swiss Orthopaedic Society (Lugano, Switzerland, August 2001).

  • Posterior Locked Shoulder Dislocation Fracture: An overlooked Entity?, 61th Congress of the Swiss Orthopaedic Society (Lugano, Switzerland, August 2001).

  • Trauma as a Major Factor in the Development of Hallux Rigidus, 7th Congress of the German Association for Orthopaedic Foot Surgery (Aachen, Germany, April 2001).

  • “Physical Activity After Total Knee Replacement”, 10th European Congress on Sports Medicine (Insbruck, Austria, September 1999).


About Dr. Bock

Office News

Ankle ligament injury - 04/14/2017

As a consequence of multiple ankle injuries (ankle sprains) while performing sports or in daily life an ankle instability can develop. Dr. Bock offers in this case according to the degree of injury two new procedures.

Health Articles

Hammertoe - 07/25/2014

Why do I have a hammer toe?
Hammer toes are a leading cause of pain in the foot. The pain from hammertoe is caused by friction against the shoe.Hammer toe is characterized by a permanently bent interphalangeal joint.

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