New and improved techniques for surgical interventions on the hip joint, special bone implants, as well as improved surgical instruments make it possible perform endoprosthesis replacement through natural free spaces, in which the anatomical structures (tendons, muscles, etc.) are damaged to a lesser extent.
That is, such an operation is less traumatic and allows the patient to quickly engage in rehabilitation, is less traumatic for the body, is associated with minimal blood loss during the operation itself, and contributes to the fastest postoperative recovery.
Benefits of minimally invasive access:
- small skin incision, better cosmetic result
- minimal blood loss
- less pain, thus less pain medication
- less limitation of motor ability
- rapid recovery of motor ability
- quick recovery and return to normal life
Head of the Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic
Head of the Center for Special Orthopedic Surgery, Onco-Orthopedics and Revision Surgery
Head of Orthopedics Clinic
Head of the Orthopedics Clinic and Endoprosthesis Center