Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak is an associate professor at the Hannover Medical School (apl. = associate professor title awarded to scientists who have made a demonstrable contribution to research teaching)
In his central practice in Hamburg, the physician works in various medical focus areas that deal with biological regeneration and growth processes. Consequently, this also includes the field of neuroregeneration, which must not be considered separately from, but rather integrated into the overall system of regenerative capacity in the human organism.
Prof. Dr. Musa Citak, a specialist in orthopedics and trauma surgery, was trained in plastic surgery, visceral and transplant surgery, cardiovascular surgery, hand surgery and as an emergency physician on the rescue helicopter Christoph 4. Further specialist qualifications in sports medicine followed in the USA, where Prof. Citak was, among other things, team physician under the direction of Dr. Andrew Pearle for the New York Mets baseball team. At the Hannover Medical School (MHH), he was head of the laboratory for computer-assisted surgery and robotics and developed his own therapy methods. In 2010, he completed his habilitation, followed by the award of his teaching license, and was appointed professor in 2013. His current scientific focus is on pain research and exploring the possibilities of regenerative medicine, which includes the various shock wave therapies.
Prof. Musa Citak, MD, has received numerous awards for his research and developments, including as a fellow of the German Research Foundation. He has now published more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific articles nationally and internationally, and has also written the book “Die Wahrheit über Arthrose – Endlich wieder schmerzfrei leben.” written (ISBN: 978-3-89883-846-7, published by ZS – a publishing house of the Edel publishing group). In the meantime, he has developed further holistic medical concepts under the name AQUILA and is writing his second book. Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak works and lives in Hamburg.