General Orthopedics

Even adults benefit from my experience in pediatric and adolescent orthopedics. The causes of orthopedic problems must be identified before one can initiate suitable treatment. The causes are frequently found way back in the past, being based on abnormal development in childhood and adolescence. With advancing age, the person naturally develops signs of wear and tear in the musculoskeletal system. By targeted use of conservative treatment modalities, such as insoles, physiotherapy or infiltration, the symptoms can be improved in many cases. Once these options have been exhausted, many problems can be treated by surgery. Thanks to modern and often minimally invasive techniques, rapid rehabilitation has become a realistic and significant goal. One of my major concerns is to preserve and restore my patients‘ mobility. Mobility is an important aspect of independent living.


  • Conservative and surgical treatment of the musculoskeletal system
  • Arthroscopy of the knee and ankle joint
  • Corrective osteotomies
  • Alignment correction and leg lengthening procedures (external fixator, intramedullary lengthening nails)
  • Foot surgery, hallux valgus
  • Total knee replacement
  • Total hip replacement