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Orthopedics Range of services

We are specialists in non-surgical and surgical treatment of injuries and symptoms in the knee, hip and shoulder.

Specifically, we offer the following treatments (listed in the order of diseases):

Patella (kneecap)


Patellar instability/Patellar dislocation
  • Conservative therapy
  • MPFL reconstruction
  • Trochleoplasty
  • Follow-up treatment
Osteoarthritis of the patella
  • Anterior knee pain
  • Tibial tubercle transfer
  • Lateral expansion releaser
  • Surface replacement (Wave)

Hip


Sportsman‘s hip
  • Conservative therapy
  • Hip arthroscopy
  • Follow-up treatment
Osteoarthritis of the hip joint
  • The artificial hip joint/joint replacement
  • Replacement of a hip prosthesis
  • Follow-up treatment for osteoarthritis of the hip

Shoulder


Separated shoulder (acromioclavicular joint separation)
  • Arthroscopic treatment
Osteoarthritis of the shoulder joint
  • Conservative therapy
  • Arthroscopic treatment
Dislocated shoulder (shoulder dislocation/shoulder instability)
  • Arthroscopic treatment<
Subacromial impingement syndrome (entrapment below the acromion)
  • Conservative therapy
  • Arthroscopic treatment
Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder/tendinosis calcarea
  • Conservative therapy
  • Arthroscopic treatment
Inflammation of the long biceps tendon/LBS tendinitis
  • Conservative therapy
  • Surgical treatment
Rupture/Tear of the biceps tendon in the distal or proximal aspect/away from the body or close to the body

Rotator cuff tear/Rotator cuff rupture
  • Conservative therapy
  • Tendon suture
  • Arthroscopic treatment
Fracture of the humeral head
  • Conservative therapy
  • Surgical treatment
Fracture of the collarbone/Clavicle fracture
  • Conservative therapy
  • Surgical treatment
Osteoarthritis of the shoulder
  • Conservative therapy
  • Surgical treatment - shoulder prosthesis
Stiff shoulder (Frozen shoulder)
  • Conservative therapy
  • Surgical treatment

Other Problems


Do you have other problems with your joints? Do you need advice? Please contact us - by phone, post, or email (see Contact data).