Dr. Francesco Negrini is Researcher and Physiatrist at the Operative Unit of Clinicalized Orthopaedic Specialistic Rehabilitation at IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi.
In 2012, he graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University Vita-Salute San Raffaele and obtained the Specialization cum laude in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2017 at the University of Milan.
While in training, he attended numerous courses and conferences including the International Schools of Syracuse and Marseille in 2015 and 2016, respectively.
In 2018, she successfully attended a one-year course sponsored by Harvard University on clinical research (Principle and Practice of Clinical Research).
It deals with Orthopedic Rehabilitation in both outpatient and inpatient settings; in particular, the fields of greatest interest are:
- post-surgical rehabilitation,
- movement disorders,
- developmental skeletal deformities (scoliosis, hyperclyphosis, Scheuermann's disease)
- prevention of falls in the elderly patient.
In addition, he focuses on infiltrative therapy and motion analysis.
He is also author of scientific studies published in national and international indexed journals. In the field of research, he deals with both orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation and, in particular, the implementation of new technologies used in the rehabilitation pathway of patients.
Recently, he has been conducting research studies with the intent of exploring in what way the development of new technologies can be critical to the monitoring and functional recovery of patients with musculoskeletal problems.