Hip arthroplasty - Deutsche Klinik Allianz


Every year, more than 200,000 patients around the world opt for hip replacement surgery, and today more than 200 million people live with an artificial hip joint. This can be explained by the good long-term results of the operation, which allow eliminating pain in the joint, restoring limb function, the ability to work and self-service.

Modern possibilities of endoprosthetics allow to increase the range of motion in the joint, significantly reduce the risk of dislocation, increase stability in the hip joint and allow the patient to enjoy a more active and fulfilling life after surgery.

The doctors of the clinic successfully carry out operations to replace the hip and knee joints with metal implants, as well as diagnose large joints using laparoscopic methods. More than 250 hip arthroplasty surgeries are performed here annually.

Specially trained highly qualified staff offers modern rehabilitation therapy for patients after undergoing joint prosthetics in the regional therapeutic center.

The purpose of care is to contribute to the maximum maintenance and restoration of the physical, mental and social functions of patients in need, to strongly promote the development of independence.

The clinic successfully carries out diagnostics and treatment of various concomitant diseases at the most modern world level, the clinic is an example of the use of the highest technologies in the field of examination, treatment of patients and their rehabilitation.

Artificial hip joint

Various pathological processes in the hip joint cause pain in the affected joint and adversely affect the quality of life. If the ongoing conservative methods of treatment are already unsuccessful, then it becomes necessary to replace the pathological hip joint with the so-called artificial joint.

An artificial joint is a complex structure made of metal, ceramics, and special plastic materials. Various components of the endoprosthesis consist of titanium, other metals, ceramics, polyethylene, and are implanted into the bones during the operation of endoprosthesis replacement using cemented and cementless methods. In some cases, a combination of cementless and cemented endoprosthetics is used.

Most endoprostheses consist of a stem, socket and head. As a rule, an additional polyethylene liner is used to cushion and improve the sliding qualities of the contacting parts.

Doctor of Medical Sciences
Head of the Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic
Doctor of Medical Sciences
Head of the Center for Special Orthopedic Surgery, Onco-Orthopedics and Revision Surgery
Privatdozent, Doctor of Medical Sciences
Head of Orthopedics Clinic
Professor MD
Head of the Orthopedics Clinic and Endoprosthesis Center