Useful Info About Orthopaedic Surgery

What to pack in your luggage for a orthopaedic surgery
Appropriate preparation for orthopaedic surgery is very important. There are many things that you need to consider and it is always easy to forget something while packing. See a list of things that we recommend to put into your suitcase.

Orthokine®
Orthokine® is a treatment which relieves joint and back pain, also cures tendon and muscle injuries, using a special serum derived from the patient’s own blood. Learn more about Orthokine®

Knee Replacement Implants
There is a variety of knee implants available for patients. Geometrical, anatomical, structural and functional solutions simulate natural knee joint and allows the implant to function normally. Learn more about knee implants

Hip replacement implants
Every patient is unique, as is his health condition, activities, and movement capacities. As a result, hip implant must be chosen individually. Learn more about different types of hip implants

Recovery After ACL Surgery
Nowadays ACL reconstruction is one of the best therapeutic options for ACL rupture as well as the one of most frequently performed orthopedic surgeries. Read more about recovery after ACL repair

Most Common Sports Injuries
Everybody knows that sport is for one’s health and beauty. On the other hand, sport can be dangerous and cause injuries and traumas. Learn what the most common sports injuries are

Injuries of Football Players
Football is one of the most traumatic sports. Injuries of professional football players as well as amateurs vary from simple bruises to severe head injuries. Learn what traumas are the most common among football players

Hip And Knee Replacement in Young Age
Hip or knee replacement surgery is efficient option for people with severe damaged joints. About 10 years ago the great majority of patients were over 65. However, people who have knee replacement surgery are getting younger. Learn more about joint replacement in young age

Dos And Don’ts After Joint Replacement
It is important to “do your homework” before the joint replacement surgery and find out what life changes can you expect after such surgery. Find out what you should do and what to avoid after joint surgery

Waiting For Orthopaedic Surgery
Although joint replacement surgery has many benefits, sometimes it is unavailable because of waiting lines. A patient may have to wait for surgery from 3, 6 and even 12 months and more Read about recommendation while waiting for orthopaedic surgery

Ankle replacement vs. ankle fusion
Ankle replacement and ankle fusion are two different surgical techniques used in the treatment of end-stage ankle arthritis. Both methods are beneficial and equally effective, however they have certain pros and cons. Find out which surgery is better for you

Hemophilia and joint replacement
Hemophilia is a genetic disorder of blood clotting. Hemophilia can cause a joint disease called hemophilic arthropathy. It develops as a result of repeated bleeding into joints. Learn what can be done to treat hemophilic arthropathy

Spinal And Neurosurgeries
Today back pain is a common problem affecting millions of people all over the world. It limits everyday activities, requires substantial financial costs and significantly decreases the quality of life. There are plenty of causes that may provoke back pain varying from easily solvable factors, such as uncomfortable bed or improper posture, to severe conditions, like bone diseases or trauma.. Learn more spinal and neurosurgeries

Discectomy
Discectomy is performed in order to relieve the pressure that the herniated disc places on adjacent spinal nerves. Spinal disc herniation is a medical condition in which the outer wall of the disc (annulus fibrosus) becomes weak or it gets torn, thus allowing the inner jelly-like part of the disc (nucleus pulposus) to erupt. Learn more about disc. Read more about discectomy

Artificial Disc Replacement
Artificial disc replacement is a spinal surgery that includes removal of the damaged intervertebral disc and replacement with an artificial one. It is a modern surgical technique designed to reduce back pain caused by degenerative disc disease in cervical and lumbar parts of the spine. Learn more about artificial disc replacement

Nucleoplasty
Nucleoplasty is a modern back treatment technique used to alleviate pain caused by herniated spinal disc. This procedure involves removal of the inner part of the disc and the use of radio frequency energy to shrink the residual part of it.  Learn more about nucleoplasty

Spinal Fusion
Spinal fusion is a surgery designed to stabilize the spine and reduce back pain. The goal of this procedure is to weld two or more spinal vertebrae together using a surgical hardware and bone graft material. You can also find other names of this procedure like spinal arthrodesis, spondylodesis and spondylosyndesis. Read more about spinal fusion

Vertebroplasty
Vertebroplasty is a procedure in which a fractured vertebra is restored by injecting special medical grade cement into it. Vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure which means that it does not require big incisions and everything is done through a small puncture in the skin (percutaneously). That is why this procedure is also called percutaneous vertebroplasty. Read more about vertebroplasty

Hand And Wrist Surgery
There are three kinds of hand and wrist surgeries performed at our clinic – carpal tunnel surgery, wrist fracture and dupuytren contracture. Carpal tunnel surgery is done to treat severe carpal tunnel syndrome which happens when median nerve is put under pressure as a result of swelling in the wrist. During the surgery a ligament in the wrist is cut and tension is relieved. Read more about hand and wrist surgery