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  • Institut de la Main
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History of the Institute

Founded in 1972

In 1972, Professor Raoul Tubiana founded the ‘Institut de la Main’ (Hand Institute), a scientific, not profit organization.

1985

In 1985, the Institut de la Main changed its name to ‘Institut Français de la Main’ (French Hand Institute) and established itself at the Clinique Franklin (Paris, France). 

1995

The Institut de la Main moved to the Clinique Jouvenet (Paris, France).

2016

The Institut de la Main relocated to the Clinique Bizet (Paris, France). New physicians joined the team.   

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  • Master Class: Surgery of the Spastic Upper Limb, Budapest, Hugary - POSTPONED TO 2021

    23 Octobre 2021

    Master Class: Surgery of the Spastic Upper Limb, Budapest, Hugary - POSTPONED TO 2021

    Dear Participants, We have been closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19, and after much consideration, we have made the decision to postpone the Master Class initially planned October 23-24,2020. The ...

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  • Institut de la main

    In 20 years of existence, the INSTITUT DE LA MAIN has become one of the main hand and upper limb surgery centers in Europe. Its nine surgeons on staff can treat all hand and upper limb problems. 

     

    Contact Us

    Institut de la Main
    Clinique Bizet
    21 rue Georges Bizet
    75016 PARIS

    Front Desk : +331 84 13 04 56

    Hand Emergencies : +331 84 131 131