Treatment options

  • Achilles tendon injuries

    Even the strongest tendon can be weakened. Our specialists have extensive knowledge of Achilles tendon injuries. After thorough diagnostics, you’ll receive precisely the right treatment for your Achilles tendon pain at Schoen Clinic. 
  • Acromioclavicular joint separation

    Acromioclavicular joint separation often affects young patients. Falls onto the arm or road traffic accidents are typical causes. Men are affected by this disease five times more frequently than women. 
  • Ankle cartilage injuries

    Ankle cartilage injuries: when every step is painful, a cartilage injury may be the cause. If you have ankle pain, simply come to us at Schoen Clinic. We offer special foot consultation hours with our specialists.
  • Ankle joint arthrosis

    Ankle joint arthrosis: If you are suffering from ankle joint pain, this can indicate wear-related arthrosis. At Schoen Clinic, our foot specialists can treat your symptoms individually. So that you get back on your feet in no time.
  • Broken collarbone

    A broken collarbone is not uncommon. A fall on the shoulder is all it takes, and the fine bone can break. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic specialise in the treatment of bone fractures and are sure to recommend the best possible therapy to you.
  • Calcific tendinitis

    A sharp, stabbing pain suddenly enters the shoulder while sleeping. If you are awakened by such pain, you may be suffering from calcific tendinitis. Do not delay, and ask our shoulder specialists about treatment. 
  • Cruciate ligament tear

    Sports accidents are the most common cause of cruciate ligament tears. These must always be treated by an experienced doctor. Our knee specialists at Schoen Clinic care for you using the best-possible treatment for your injury.
  • Dupuytren's contracture

    A crooked finger, or even more than one, is a sign of the disorder Dupuytren’s contracture. There is next to no pain, but it is irritating! Our specialists at Schoen Clinic offer various treatments so your fingers do not remain crooked.
  • Femoral neck fracture

    At around 25 per cent, femoral neck fractures represent one of the most common types of bone fracture. The most important treatment is surgery. Thanks to years of experience, we at Schoen Clinic can offer you the best possible treatment for your individual situation.