Trellopoulos Aggelos

Trellopoulos Aggelos Orthopedist

Education & Academic Qualifications

  • 6th General High School of Zografou, Athens
  • Medical Degree, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (graduation year: 2012)
  • MSc “Metabolic Bone Diseases”, Medical School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Fellowship in Societies, Membership in Journal Editorial Committees

  • European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery & Arthroscopy (ESSKA) since 2017

  • Hellenic Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery of Hand & Upper Limb Surgery since 2016

  • Hellenic Arthroscopic Society of Knee Surgery & Sports Injuries “Georgios Noulis” since 2016

  • Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (EEXOT) since 2014

Work Experience

  • 05 / 2012-01 / 2015: General doctor, military camp, Rhodes

  • 06 / 2013-08 / 2014: Resident in General Surgery, 401 General Military Hospital of Athens.

  • 09 / 2014-10 / 2015: Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery, General Hospital of Chalkida

  • 11 / 2015-01 / 2016: Clinical & scientific partner of the Orthopedic Department, 401 General Military Hospital of Athens.

  • 01 / 2016- 11/2017: Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery, 3rd Department of Orthopedic Surgery, KAT Hospital, Athens

  • 11 / 2017- 05/2018: Resident in Upper Limp & Microsurgery, KAT Hospital, Athens

  • 05 / 2018- 11/2018: Resident in the Department of Sports Injuries, KAT Hospital, Athens

  • 12 / 2018- 12/2019: Resident in Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery, Athens General Children’s Hospital “Pan. & Aglaia Kyriakou

  • 01 / 2018- 08/2020: Clinical & scientific partner, Center of Arthroscopy & Shoulder Surgery, 3rd Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Hygeia Hospital, Athens

  • 08/2020-Today: Consultant, 3rd Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Hygeia Hospital, Athens

Participation-Presentation of Papers in Conferences

  • Complications after rupture of the ACL. (N.Piskopakis, A.Piskopakis, A.Trellopoulos) 7th Conference of the Hellenic Arthroscopic Society of Knee Surgery and Sports Injuries “Georgios Noulis”, Thessaloniki 2017

  • PATELLA RECURRENT DISLOCATION (N.Piskopakis, A.Piskopakis, I.Psycharis, A.Trellopoulos) Advanced Course on Knee Surgery, Athens 2017, Ε.Ε.Χ.Ο.Τ

  • An introduction for shoulder arthroplasty (A.Trellopoulos) 3rd Athens Shoulder Course, Athens 2019

  • REVERSE SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY IN PATIENTS WITH ARTHRITIS AND INTACT ROTATOR CUFF-EARLY RESULTS (Trellopoulos A, Pantekidis G, Avramidis G., Kokkineli S., Brilakis E., Antonogianakis E.) 75th Conference of EEXOT, Athens 2019

Clinical & Research Interest

Clinical interest:

  • Arthroscopic Surgery

  • Shoulder surgery

  • Knee Surgery

  • Hip surgery

  • Foot and Ankle Surgery

  • Hand Surgery & Microsurgery

Research interest:

  • Techniques for surgical repair of shoulder diseases

  • Techniques for surgical rehabilitation of hip diseases

  • Techniques for surgical repair of knee diseases


  • 2017 1st FORTE Summer School Portugal, EFORT , Faro

  • 2018 Arthroscopy Travelling Fellowship Hellenic Arthroscopic Society

Recent Posts

  1. Trellopoulos, A., Brilakis, E. & Antonogiannakis, E. Alternative and additive arthroscopic soft-tissue procedures for anterior shoulder instability. Obere Extremität (2021).

  2. Trellopoulos A, Angelis S, Komnos G, Avramidis G, Gikas E. Dissociation of Modular Total Hip Arthroplasty at the Neck-stem Interface: A Unique but Possible Complication. Cureus. 2019 Sep;11(9).

  3. Avramidis, G., Kokkineli, S., Trellopoulos, A., Tsiogka, A., Natsika, M., Brilakis, E. and Antonogiannakis, E., 2020. Excellent clinical and radiological mid-term outcomes for the management of recurrent anterior shoulder instability by all-arthroscopic modified Eden-Hybinette procedure using iliac crest autograft and double pair of button fixation system:“three-year clinical case series with no loss to follow up.”Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic & Related Surgery.

  4. Angelis S, Trellopoulos A, Kondylis AK, Mirtsios H, Katsimantas A, Solakis EP, Apostolopoulos AP, Kyriazis Z, Michelarakis JΝ. Multifocal Οsteomyelitis Localization after Pyomyositis in Children: Importance of Timely Response. 2019 Apr;11(4).

  5. Malahias MA, Chytas D, Kostretzis L, Trellopoulos A, Brilakis E, Antonogiannakis E. Modern trabecular metal-backed glenoid components in total shoulder arthroplasty: What is the evidence? A systematic review. Shoulder & Elbow. 2020:1758573220914277.

  6. Brilakis E, Malahias MA, Patramani M, Avramidis G, Gerogiannis D, Trellopoulos A, Antonogiannakis E. All-Arthroscopic McLaughlin’s Procedure in Patients with Reverse Hill–Sachs Lesion Caused by Locked Posterior Shoulder Dislocation. 2019 Dec 31.

  7. Angelis S, Vynichakis G, Trellopoulos A, Apostolopoulos A, Filippou D, Salmas M, Chandrinos M, Balfousias T, Palaiodimos L, Kyriazi N, Michelarakis J. Derotational Subtrochanteric Osteotomy and External Fixation for the Treatment of Neurogenic Hip Dislocation in Children with Cerebral Palsy: Could This Be a Viable Method of Treatment?. 2020 Mar;12(3).

  8. Angelis S, Vynichakis G, Trellopoulos A, Mirtsios H, Michelarakis JΝ. Strangling Congenital Constriction Ring Band of the Forearm with Fracture: A Rare Case Report. 2019 Mar;11(3).

  9. Malahias MA, Avramidis G, Brilakis E, Trellopoulos A, Antonogiannakis E. Non-anatomic arthroscopic repair of massive rotator cuff tears versus anatomic complete arthroscopic repair: a case-control study. Musculoskeletal surgery. 2019 May 30:1-7.

  10. Malahias MA, Brilakis E, Avramidis G, Trellopoulos A, Antonogiannakis E. Arthroscopic partial repair with versus without biodegradable subacromial spacer for patients with massive rotator cuff tears: a case–control study. Musculoskeletal surgery. 2020 Mar 2:1-9.

  11. Avramidis G, Trellopoulos A, Brilakis E, Antonogiannakis E. Arthroscopic repair of massive rotator cuff tears an effective and safe treatment option. Acta Orthopaedica Et Traumatologica Hellenica. 2019;70(1).