Orthopaedic Surgery Abroad

Regain your movement with orthopaedic surgery abroad!

We offer treatment of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system with an expert team of physicians and surgeons, together with nurses and support staff, using the latest operational techniques for the treatment of our patients, and provide a quick and effective post-operative recovery. Our priority is individual therapeutic approach to each patient, making your hip replacement, knee replacement or other orthopaedic surgery as comfortable as possible.

For most patients, orthopaedic surgery is a very stressful event. Soothing, thorough preparation and a friendly environment before surgery is important for patients. We perform this philosophy at all stages and in all aspects of the procedures that are performed which ensures an optimal outcome and allows easier implementation of the operation and post-operative care.

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Orthopaedic Surgery

We provide healing for disturbances of

  • Knee

  • Hip
  • Foot
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Fist
  • Bone fractures

  • Children’s orthopedic treatments

Anesthesia in Orthopaedic Surgery

The main goal of anesthetic procedures is to remove the pain and discomfort caused by certain diagnostic and surgical procedures. This can be achieved using various methods. Modern anesthetic equipment provides safe and stable anesthetic procedures to enable the surgeon to work undisturbed and to reduce significantly the risks associated with anesthesia. There are two basic types of anesthesia: general and local anesthesia, both used in the hospital.

Orthopaedic Surgery Rehabilitation

The overall success rate of treatment and recovery after orthopaedic surgery depends largely on a well conducted rehabilitation program. The basic element of the program is the immediate, or as soon as possible, post-operative physical activity by the patient, especially those who have undergone operations to their joints (hip replacement, knee replacement).  This results in faster recovery of the patient, and, in particular, reduces the risk of thromboembolic complications.

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