Opinions of international experts about the v-tek method

Doctor Hess from Dortmund wrote:

Dear Professor Vitek,

I'm in complete agreement with you. I am writing this not because I am observing a development at the moment, but because I am enthusiastic about this idea and its implementation. I have long been aware of the shortcomings of all the methods proposed so far... Kramer had a good idea, but he wasn't Vitek. Please excuse me for saying so, but this idea is thanks to your genius. I saw a single x-ray and was immediately captivated by your genius. I saw this image and gassed - that's it!!!! Who did this? Where did this come from? What implants, where from?

It was real. You know that in Germany everybody is thinking about how something can't be done... But that's never been my way of thinking. I  immediately saw what options this combination of locking and angular stability has. It is stable enough and sufficiently micro-movable... This is exactly what Willenegger longed for, among other things... First, they operated on X-rays... Then they saw that nature could not possibly have incorporated plates into their concept of fracture healing... Yes, and then we nailed it, locked it according to the ingenious ideas of G. Küntscher. Then, after realizing that nature could not have included external fixators either, suddenly also operated less invasively and saw that even femur fractures of adult stags healed in the wild... That's when the "aha" effect of another idea became apparent... Angular stability. However, no one has yet come up with the idea of combining both procedures... and this also in the area of the forefoot... But exactly there lies the indescribable advantage of this combination. No other method before could achieve this!!! And that's why I'm very happy to have seen this X-ray image and to have immediately recognized its importance... It is entirely thanks to you, and I am happy about the results during every operation...

Of course, I am also prepared to act as a tutor, to convince other colleagues of the three-dimensional possibilities of correction and to work for your operating principles with absolute conviction. Well, I can promise you that. I'm sure there are a few more tricks you can use
"backhanded" and I look forward to your answer.

Sincerely, your W. Hess

Rodrigo Diaz Fernandes