Femoral neck fracture – our treatment

In the event of a femoral neck fracture, an operation is usually the treatment of choice. Severe consequences of the injury, such as severe pain, immobility and bleeding, can only be resolved in this way. Only in rare cases can surgery be dispensed with in certain circumstances.
In the Rosenheim region, you are in the best hands with the specialists at Schoen Clinic Bad Aibling Harthausen. Our hip joint surgeons have many years of widely recognised experience in the surgical treatment of femoral neck fractures.
Depending on the characteristics of your fracture and your age, femoral head-preserving and femoral head replacement surgical methods are available. When deciding on the specific treatment, we always focus on you and your individual situation.
Rehabilitation is particularly important after a femoral neck fracture operation. Older patients, in particular, are less mobile and need special care. Our committed team therefore motivates you to carry out special exercises in order to become mobile again over the long term.

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

Rehabilitation/Aftercare

We are certified as “Maximum Treatment Endoprosthetics Centre”

Certified care quality for joint replacement

The fact that we meet the highest quality standards for the implantation of artificial hip joints in our hospital is confirmed by our certification as a “Maximum Treatment Endoprosthetics Centre”. This means that you can rely on excellent care from our widely respected surgeons in accordance with the latest scientific findings.

Mobile again with Endo Active Programme

Become mobile quickly again with the Endo Active programme

After endoprosthetic surgery, it is important to quickly get mobile again. Our Endo Active programme, which is based on years of experience and is designed from start to finish to enable you to recover quickly from surgery, helps you to do this.

General information about Femoral neck fracture

Severe pain after a fall? A femoral neck fracture can be the cause. Learn more about the symptoms and diagnosis of this fracture.