Christian Fink

Christian Fink

Christian Fink completed his studies in medicine at the University of Innsbruck where his particular interest in sports medicine and knee surgery had already become apparent.

In 1991, he received the academy degree of “Doctor of Medicine.” His dissertation concerned injuries to the cruciate ligaments. As part of his specialist training, he spent numerous periods in the United States and Australia.

In 1998, Christian attained specialist doctor qualifications in trauma surgery and sports traumatology. Following a two year research stay at Duke University in the United States, he joined the faculty of the University of Innsbruck as a professor with his post-doctoral work titled “Pathology of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and the Menisci of the Knee Joint - Clinical and Experimental Studies.” The knee joint has remained the focus of his clinical and scientific activities.

Christian is a sought-after presenter at national and international conferences. Over 100 publications and more than 400 presentations worldwide have made him one of the most renowned international specialists in his area.


Monday 25th November

0845 Quads Tendon for ACL reconstruction: A key option

1510 Multi-ligament injuries in skiers

1710 ACL injury and reinjury prevention

Tuesday 26th November

0730 Why it is my go-to graft and technical pearls

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