Dr. Adrien Ray is an orthopaedic surgeon and trauma specialist, and an expert in the fields of foot and ankle surgery.
Born in Lausanne in 1977, he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Geneva, where he received his medical degree. He continued his training as a medical intern and then as “chef de clinique”(senior registrar) in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Geneva University Hospitals and was awarded accreditation as an FMH specialising in orthopaedic and trauma surgery of the musculoskeletal system in 2010.
In 2010-2011, he undertook a fellowship in Barcelona with internationally renowned surgeons, including Professors R. and A. Viladot (complex foot and ankle surgery), Dr E. Rabat (minimally invasive and percutaneous surgery) and J. Vega (arthroscopic surgery). For five years, he was head of foot and ankle surgery at Geneva University Hospitals and was appointed “médecin adjoint du chef de service”(Associate Professor). He was responsible for training doctors in the areas of the foot and ankle, as well as clinical and surgical activities and research.
In order to offer patients a comprehensive care package, as well as a cutting-edge technical set up and a highly specialised nursing and medical team, in 2015, he created the Foot Surgery Center at Hospital de la Tour and then at the Carouge Center.
He is passionate about his work and for many years he has been developing modern techniques, especially in the field of minimally-invasive, percutaneous and arthroscopic surgery. He has published articles in international medical journals (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of Orthopedic Trauma, etc.) and is regularly asked to speak at conferences and congresses in Switzerland and abroad. Thanks to a close collaboration with many sport doctors and specialists, Dr Adrien Ray is following and treating a large number of elite athletes and professional players in a wide range of sports (Soccer, basketball, tennis,…). He is in direct interaction with the specialized sport therapists of Hospital de la Tour.
He is a member of the Swiss society for foot and ankle surgery (SFAS), the European Society of Foot and Ankle Surgery (EFAS) and the Research Group in Minimally-Invasive and Percutaneous Surgery (GRECMIP) and the Swiss Sport Medicine Society.