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Professor Dr Georg Köster

Professor Dr Georg Köster

The allure of our field is made up by the synthesis of knowledge, experience and manual skills. Excellent medicine, economic action and the continuing education of young consultants today are in a particular balance. As long as the patient is the focus of actions, our work offers all prerequisites for being happy to treat them. 
Profession

Medical Director - Schoen Clinic Lorsch

Chief physician - Orthopaedics and emergency surgery

Qualification

Specialist in orthopaedics and trauma surgery, special orthopaedic surgery, orthopaedics rheumatology, sports medicine and skeletal radiology

CV

since 2020
Head of physicians
​​​​​​​Schoen Clinic Lorsch
since 2014
Chief physician for orthopaedics and trauma surgery
​​​​​​​Schoen Clinic Lorsch
since 2014
Head of the EndoProstheticsCenter of Maximum Care
​​​​​​​Schoen Clinic Lorsch
2002 - 2014
Chief physician for orthopaedics and trauma surgery
​​​​​​​Surgical Orthopedic Clinic Lorsch
1998 - 2002
Managing senior physician
​​​​​​​Clinic for Orthopedics, Georg-August-University Göttingen
 

Publications

2017
BreXis. In J. Jerosch (Hrsg.) Kurzschaftprothesen an der Hüfte

G Köster, Z Poulidis
Springer Verlag. Berlin

2016
Patienten spezifische Instrumentierung (PSI) für den uni- und bikondylären Oberflächenersatz

G Köster, C Biro
Orthopäde (45(4): 302-13

2015
Interface abrasion between rough surface femoral stems and PMMA cement results in extreme wear volumes-a retrieval study and failure analysis

GH Buchhorn, P Bersebach, T Stauch, W Schultz, G Köster
J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 103(1): 229-41

2013
Zimmer Patient Specific Instruments (PSI) for total and unicompartmental knee replacement. In: Haaker R. (Ed.). Navigation and Templating in Orthopaedic Surgery

G Köster
Springer Medizin Verlag. Heidelberg

2009
Early results and patient satisfaction after total hip arthroplasty using a minimally invasive anterolateral approach

TA Walde, D Blattgerste, S Sehmisch, W Kuttler, HJ Walde, G Köster
Hip Int. 19(4):367-71