Minimally invasive techniques

Frequent orthopedic problems such as hip fractures in the elderly are today treated with minimally invasive techniques.

Specifically with very small incisions and with the use of imaging technology, the patient is walking on the same day of the operation. This is of great and decisive importance in the postoperative course.

In addition to the abolition of large incisions of 25-30 cm in length, which in some centers are still performed today, the way of accessing the joint and respecting the tissues that surround it are also important.

So, for example, the AMIS technique for total hip arthroplasty, is done with anterior access through the muscles and not by cutting muscles…

Our orthopedists are always happy to give you more information and answer any question you may have. 

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