Hip osteoarthritis (coxarthrosis) – our treatment

Hip osteoarthrtis, known as coxarthrosis in the medical profession, is a degeneration of the joint that affects men and women alike as they age. There are a variety of things you can do to prevent coxarthrosis, such as eating a balanced diet, special exercises and even playing sports; however, there is no actual remedy for hip osteoarthritis. If conservative treatments for your hip osteoarthritis are no longer enough to allow you adequate pain-free movement, an operation to treat your coxarthrosis is advisable. Specialists for operative treatment of hip osteoarthrosis who have gained both national and international rewnown work at Schoen Clinic Neustadt. They rely on predominantly gentle procedures, even for joint replacement operations, that preserve your bone substance and the soft tissue around it. Your follow-up treatment can also be completed right on the Baltic Sea in our Hospital for Orthopaedics Rehabilitation. 

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

Rehabilitation/Aftercare

Orthopaedic rehabilitation on the Baltic Sea beach

After your hip osteoarthritis treatment, you have the opportunity to complete your follow-up treatment inpatient or semi-inpatient in our clinic for orthopaedic rehabilitation. And that as an inpatient or semi-inpatient. Our orthopaedic rehabilitation in a fantastic location directly on the Baltic Sea beach offers you a comprehensive range of therapies, from physiotherapy and physical therapies to exercises in our exercise pool.

General information about Hip osteoarthritis

Discover more about the cause, symptoms and diagnosis of hip arthrosis. Our experienced orthopaedists will be happy to help you. Inform now.