Joint Centre - Our Team

Joint Centre

Specialists in joint replacements and minimally invasive operations

Every year, reputable orthopaedic surgeons carry out around 2,500 operations in the Joints Centre of our hospital. Our range of surgical procedures includes a wide range of operative orthopaedics (joint replacement, artificial knee joint and hip joint, arthroscopy, corrective osteotomy), as well as sporting injuries and damage.

From sporting injuries to misalignment corrections

Our aim: That your mobility is quickly restored, and that you are free of pain

Do you have any pain in your shoulder, hand, knee or foot? The specialists at Schoen Clinic Bad Aibling Harthausen treat all acute and chronic joint disorders and injuries. Our consultants in the Joints Centre are specialists in the field of minimally invasive and arthroscopic intervention, who ensure that the removal of joints - and their replacement with artificial joints where applicable - is as careful as possible.
Incidentally, ours was the first hospital in Germany in which a hip joint was implanted in a minimally invasive fashion.

Close co-operation with the specialists in the Pain Therapy Centre ensures the best possible treatment results.

Our range of treatment options

  • Sports injuries
  • Arthrosis
  • Artificial joints
  • Misalignment
  • Inflammatory disorders
  • Disorders of the nerves

Particular expertise: Knee joint corrections

Corrective osteotomy or corrective surgery on the knee and knee joint as an alternative treatment of unilateral knee joint arthrosis (joint wear) is one of the specialisms of our hospital. After a relatively short hospital stay, knee patients are provided with all available modern aids such as CPM (movement splints), orthoses, muscle-stimulating devices and nutritional supplements. Outpatient rehabilitation can also take place on-site, to optimise the recovery process. Your knee will be fit again for everyday life.

Certified artificial joint expertise

Schoen Clinic Bad Aibling Harthausen has been certified as an “Endo Prosthetics Centre” by the German Association for Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Surgery (DGOOC) and therefore complies with particularly high artificial joint quality criteria. Criteria for the “Hospital MOT” include experienced surgeons and teams, high case numbers as well as medicine in accordance with the latest scientific developments. Prerequisites for quality are careful planning of the procedure, standardised processes after surgery and a set-up with staff and medical technology adapted to patient requirements.