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Operative Therapy

Our range of surgery includes the following interventions performed on a same-day or brief-stay basis:

Arthroscopic joint operations

  • Knee joint  (incl. meniscus, cruciate ligament and cartilage operations, collagen meniscus replacement implants (CMI/Actifit) to protect against arthritis)
  • Shoulder joint (incl. decompression and stabilising operations)
  • Elbow joint
  • Ankle joints
  • Hip joint

Minimally invasive surgery



Hand and foot surgery

  • Carpal and tarsal tunnel operations
  • Foot operations to correct:
    • Bunion (hallux valgus) - various joint-preserving surgical techniques developed by Austin, Chevron, Scarf etc.)
    • Hammer toe
    • Spread foot
    • HemiCAP implant (resurfacing)

Open joint interventions

  • Ruptured ligaments
  • Stabilising operations
  • Plastic surgery
  • Autologous cartilage cell transplants (ACT) - implantation of the patient’s own cartilage cells cultured in the laboratory for state-of-the-art treatment of cartilage defects, including those of the knee, shoulder and ankle joints.


Hip, knee and shoulder replacements using state-of-the-art surgical procedures with and without the use of cement.

The minimally invasive surgical techniques used make possible early mobilisation within an individual rehabilitation plan.

Most of the prostheses implanted are produced by Zimmer Inc., one of the largest orthopaedic surgical product companies in the world.


Sports traumatology

Many sports injuries can be treated using minimally invasive techniques, leading to the most rapid rehabilitation possible.

Special consultations are available for injuries of the:

  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Ankle
  • Ankle
  • Spine