Orthopaedic surgeons and traumatologists deal with the musculoskeletal system, i.e. bones, joints, muscles and ligaments. They commonly perform operations for bone fractures, joint replacement, muscle, tendon and ligament repairs and can carry out keyhole (arthroscopic) surgery in joints, and infiltrations (injections of steroid and local anaesthetic).

Atlantic Clinic - Mr Thomas Boerger

Mr Thomas Boerger

Mr Boerger is a British-trained Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon.


English: fluent
German: native speaker
Spanish: fair

Qualifications and memberships

Free University, Berlin 1990
FRCSI 1997
FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons) 2003
BOA (Brıtısh Orthopaedıc Assocıatıon)
ESSKA (European Society of Sport Traumatology, Knee surgery and Arthroscopy)
ISACOS (International society of Arthroscopy, Knee surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine)
GMC (General Medical Council, UK) Specialist Register No. 3703423
Colegio de Medicos, Malaga No 292910222

Areas of special interest

Knee ligament reconstruction
Knee and hip joint replacement
Arthroscopic knee and ankle surgery.
Trauma surgery.

Frequently performed operations

Total hip replacement
Total knee replacement
Unicondylar knee replacement
Arthroscopy of knee and meniscus surgery and ligament replacement.

Operates at

Marbella High Care Hospital

Training and background

Mr Boerger qualified in Medicine in Berlin and then moved to the UK to train in orthopaedic and trauma surgery at Imperıal College London.

He undertook overseas fellowships at the North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports medicine unit, The Calvary Hip and Knee Unit Canberra, and the First Orthopaedic Clinic at the University of Florence.

In 2006 he was appointed Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at St Bernard’s Hospital in Gibraltar.  He currently runs a busy walk-in orthopaedic and trauma service and an active medico-legal practice.