Did you know that the hip joint is the largest joint in the human body? There is a socket in the pelvis into which fits a ball at the head of the thigh bone. It is a relatively simple but vulnerable joint. Hip pain can be pain in the joint itself or the surrounding tissue.

• Congenital hip dislocation
• Congenital hip deformity
• Wearing of the hips
• Snapping hip syndrome
• Fractures in the thigh bone
• Other fractures in the vicinity of the hip
• Hip replacement
• Arthroscopy of the hips
• Corrective hip surgery
• Hip decompression
• Resurfacing – replacement of the surface of the hip
• Minimally invasive hip surgery
• Complete hip replacement
• Stabilisation (suture) of thigh bone fractures
• Internal fixation of fractures
• Osteosynthesis
• Reoperations

  • Treatment with pills and ointments
  • Intra-articular hormonal injections
  • Blood component therapy
  • Hyaluronic acid injections
  • Highly efficient shockwaves
  • X-ray guided injections
  • Continuous passive motion devices
  • Rehabilitation
  • Food supplements