Kristine Bramsen Andersen

Medical doctor, PhD-student.



  • Sports Orthopedic Research Center – Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark
  • • Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Copenhagen University Hospital, Amager-Hvidovre.


Kristine started waterskiing at the age of 13 and won several medals in the Danish Championships before retiring from competitions, when exams in Medical School interrupted the yearly spring training camps overseas.

The sport – and the injuries that came with it, inspired Kristine to become a Medical Doctor, and her big dream for the future is to become a sports surgeon. In 2014 Kristine spent 3 months at Department of Orthopaedic surgery at Mona Vale Hospital, Sydney, where her interest and love for the surgical ward grew exponentially. From 2015 she engaged in the student-association of Orthopaedic Surgery at her University, and became chairman in 2016. 

Kristine completed her medical studies in December 2017 and is now doing her internship at Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Copenhagen University Hospital, Amager-Hvidovre. In collaboration with SORC-C Kristine will from September 2018 be leading a cohort study investigating acromioclavicular dislocations in 100 patients, with the aim to finally make consensus in the treatment of the injury.

Research Interest

Acromioclavicular dislocations


  • Acute acromioclavicular dislocations; Epidemiologiy, natural history and analysis of prognostic factors


  • Basic Ultrasound, Young Orthopedics Danish Association
  • Course in back pain conditions, Young Orthopedics Danish Association


Contributeded til the PhD xxx by Anders Karlsen as co-auther of the articles:

  • ”Improved Functional Performance in Geriatric Patients During Hospital Stay”, Dec 2016
  • ”No Change in Lower Limb Extension Power during a Hospital Stay in Geriatric Patients, Despite Improved Functional Level”, Apr 2017

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