Dr. Loris Pegoli is the head of the Athletes' Hand Center at the Zucchi Wellness Clinic - Zucchi Clinical Institutes in Monza and Consultant for hand surgery at Casa di Cura La Madonnina in Milan.
His studies began in 1984, when he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Genoa, and in 1999 he received a specialization in orthopedics and traumatology. Later, he received a position as a researcher at the Massachusetts General Hospital General Hand Surgery Center at Harvard University in Boston, and in 2001 received a top-level specialization in hand surgery and microsurgery at Hirosaki University in Japan.
His areas of interest are the wrist and hand, in particular, sports pathology, traumatic pathology of bones, tendons and nerves, degenerative pathology and pathology of inflammation of tendons. Special attention is paid to minimally invasive techniques, such as wrist and hand arthroscopy, endoscopic techniques for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome and snapping finger.
He has performed more than 5,500 wrist and hand surgeries over the past 5 years.
President of the World Society of Sports Medicine and Exercise. Since 2016, he has been the coordinator of the medical commission of the National Fighting Association: head of the medical staff of the Leon Petrosyan team, Head of the Hand surgery service of J Medical, Turin, as well as for wrist and hand diseases in participants of various football teams and national teams in various disciplines.
He is also the co-founder and former president of the World Research Institute of Sports Hand Traumatology, founder of ISSPORTH, the International Society of Sports Hand Traumatology and President of the Fight Clinic.
In addition to participating in more than 100 national and international congresses on the topic of "Hand Surgery", his scientific activity consists in publishing dozens of works in national and international journals and book chapters.
Dr. Pegoli is also a regular member of the Italian Society of Hand Surgery and a member of other societies, including the European Society of Hand Surgery, the International Society of Hand Sports Traumatology, the Japanese Society of Hand Surgery, the Estonian Society of Hand Surgery and the European Society of Wrist Arthroscopy.