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Professor Dr Christoph Siepe

Professor Dr Christoph Siepe

Our philosophy is to remain conservative and to avoid surgery whenever possible. In the cases where there are clear indications for surgery, our patients today benefit from the latest innovative and minimally-invasive techniques.
Profession

Chief physician - Spine Centre

Chief physician - Back Institute of Munich

Qualification

Specialist in orthopaedics

CV

since 2015
Research professor
​​​​​​​Paracelsus Medical Private University (PMU) Salzburg, AU
since 2014
Head of the Institute for Spinal Research
​​​​​​​Paracelsus Medical Private University (PMU) Salzburg, AU
since 2012
Chief physician at the Centre for Spinal Surgery
​​​​​​​Schoen Clinic München Harlaching
since 2010
Postdoctoral lecture qualification

Publications

2021
Möglichkeiten der Endoskopie bei der lumbalen Spinalkanalstenose

Siepe CJ
Orthopädische und Unfallchirurgische Praxis | 2021; 10 (5)

2018
Motion preservation following total lumbar disc replacement at the lumbosacral junction: a prospective long-term clinical and radiographic investigation

Wuertinger C, Annes RDA, Hitzl W, Siepe CJ
Spine J 18:72-80

2018
Technique of full-endoscopic lumbar discectomy via an interlaminar approach

Siepe CJ; Sauer D.
Eur Spine J., doi: 10.1007/s00586-018-5657-2

2018
Local Retropharyngeal Administration of Corticosteroids: What's the Trade-Off?: Commentary on an article by Tyler James Jenkins, MD, et al.: "The Effect of Local Versus Intravenous Corticost

Siepe CJ
J Bone Joint Surg Am.;100(17):e117, doi: 10.2106/JBJS.18.00711

2018
Full endoscopic, bilateral over-the-top decompression for lumbar spinal stenosis

Siepe CJ; Sauer D; Michael Mayer H.
Eur Spine J., doi: 10.1007/s00586-018-5656-3

2017
Clinical and radiological outcome at 10 years of follow-up after total cervical disc replacement

Mehren C, Heider F, Siepe CJ, Zillner B, Kothe R, Korge A, Mayer HM
Eur Spine J

2017
Reply to the Letter to the Editor: The Oblique Anterolateral Approach to the Lumbar Spine Provides Access to the Lumbar Spine With Few Early Complications

Mehren C, Mayer HM, Zandanell C, Siepe CJ, Korge A
Clin Orthop Relat Res 475:289-290

2016
The effect of incidental dural lesions on outcome after decompression surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis: results of a multi-center study with 800 patients

Kothe R, Quante M, Engler N, Heider F, Kneissl J, Pirchner S, Siepe C
Eur Spine J

2016
The Oblique Anterolateral Approach to the Lumbar Spine Provides Access to the Lumbar Spine With Few Early Complications

Mehren C, Mayer HM, Zandanell C, Siepe CJ, Korge A
Clin Orthop Relat Res