Gia Jalalishvili MD.

Gia Jalalishvili MD.

Orthopedist-Traumatologist, Surgeon


Gia Jalalishvili - The credo of life

Doing a favorite thing – medicine and rest.


Working Place

David Tatishvili Medical Center

7 Abuladze st. / 2b Marijani st., Tbilisi, Georgia

(032) 2800 815

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Orthopedics, Traumatology, Surgery

Scientific Rank

The Doctor of Medicine

Professional interests

Palm and Foot Surgery

Professional Skills

Health Care 100%
Patient Relationship 100%
Professional Development 100%

Personal Information

Gia Jalalishvili

Date of Birth: 24.03.1963.

Specialty: Surgeon of palm and foot – orthopedist, traumatologist

Medical rank / Position:

  • Chief of Sector on Palm and Foot Surgery.
  • President of Georgian Society of Hand Surgery.

Field of activity: Palm and Foot Surgery, TraumatologyOrthopedics.

Medical experience: since 1990


Post-Diploma Education:

  • Internship in Ankara,  Bucharest
  • State Certificate in Traumatology-Orthopedics 30.08.2001
  • Certificate of AO Foundation Education in AO Trauma Intramedullary Nailing Seminar – 26-27.09.2009, Tbilisi Georgia;
  • Certificate of training in “Hand and Foot Surgery”, 12.06.2010, Ministry of Health, Republic of Turkey;
  • Contributions Course Certificate in AO Trauma Course – Principles in Operative Fracture Management, 26.09.2010, Tbilisi Georgia;
  • Certificate of EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) in AO Trauma Course – Principles in Operative Fracture Management 27.09.2010, Tbilisi, Georgia;
  • Certificate of AO Trauma in AO Trauma Course – Management of Fractures of the Hand and Wrist 09.11.2010; Bucharest, Romania;
  • Certificate of EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) in AO Trauma Course – Management of Fractures of the Hand and Wrist, 09.11.2010, Bucharest, Romania.
  • Certificate of MEPOS (Middle East Paediatric Orthopaedic Society ), Dubai, UAEU, 2015
  • Certificate of EPOS (European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society), Rome, Italy, 2016
  • Certificate of EPOSNA, Barcelona, Spain, 2017
  • Certificate of ASSH – SSHS (ScientificMeeting Hand Surgery, Singapore, 2018
  • Member of ASSH (American Society for Surgery of the Hand).
  • Member of SICOT (Société Internationale de Chirurgie Orthopedique et de Traumatologie).
  • Member of The World Orthopaedic Organisation.
  • Author of 5 inventions
  • Author of 12 printed thesis
  1. Post-operation period – withdrawal of metallic construction;
  2. Deformations caused by Achilles heel and sprain – Achilles- plastics;
  3. Tendons tenoliz;
  4. Restoration of extending, bending tendons, nerves, yogis, articulate bags on the wrist, foot level;
  5. Mio – tenotomy, capsulotomy on wrist/foot;
  6. Madelung deformity – oblique cut of radial bone;
  7. New and old fracture of radial bone/elbow, palm bones /foot bone – open reposition, internal osteosynthesis;
  8. Osteosynthesis of boat-like bone;
  9. New and old thrusts of wrist and palm, foot and metatarsal bones ;
  10. Resection of phalanges and additional bones of a palm and a foot;
  11. Syndactyly, polydactyly;
  12. The skin plastics of a palm and a foot;
  13. Bone tumors of smooth tissues of a palm/a foot;
  14. Heel daisy resection;
  15. Removal of Exocytosis on a palm/a foot; excochleation;
  16. Compressive neuropathy of middle nerve; in palm channel – carpaltunnel syndrome – resection of tendon ties bending a wrist (by open method);
  17. Quervain’s disease – opening of tendons nest;
  18. Constrictive ligament (“crackling finger”) – yoga cut;
  19. Hammer-like finger – resection of the main phalange head;
  20. Amputation on palm/foot level;
  21. “Mice” of radial – wrist, palms and feet joints – mice withdrawal;
  22. Hibroma – withdrawal of hibroma;
  23. Arthroplasty of palm/feet joints;
  24. Arthrodesis of palm/foot phalange joints;
  25. Acquired and congenital deformities of front shoulder, palm, foot; reconstruction operations;
  26. Extending bone-cut of front shoulder palm/foot by putting the device;
  27. Plastics of the diaphysis of palm, foot-long bone by transplantation;
  28. Congenital and acquired pathologies of on shoulders palms and feet;
  29. Post-ischemic contactors further remained conditions – reconstruction operations;
  30. Kienbock’s disease – replacement by grafts, excochleation.

Georgian – Native
Russian – Fluent
English – Fluent