Services

leistungen1Orthopedic care in my private practice includes careful diagnostics based on a comprehensive dialogue about medical history, physical examination and reviewing of – for example – necessary radiographic imaging or lab records. After a diagnosis has been established, I am happy to offer my patients the following services:

Consultation Concerning Current Evidence-based Treatment Modalities (Operative/Non-operative)

Non-operative Treatments

  • Pain therapy
  • Local anaesthesia
  • Fluoroscopy-guided injections (only on inpatient basis)
  • Inpatient physical therapy and pain management
  • Prevention of osteoarthritis and articular cartilage repair (hyaluronic acid)
  • Infusion therapy against bone marrow edema or avascular bone necrosis (only on inpatient basis)
  • Extracorporeal shockwave therapy against calcific tendinitis of the shoulder, plantar heel fasciitis, tennis- or golfer´s elbow, Achilles tendinopathy or delayed bone union (only on inpatient basis)
  • Provision of orthopedic insoles
  • Provision of orthotics and prosthetics (e.g. bandages, orthoses, orthopedic shoes, corsets)
  • Gait and running analysis, pedobarography (only at the Orthopedic Hospital Vienna-Speising)
  • Hip sonography

 

Operative Treatments for Adults

  • Arthroscopy (knee, elbow and wrist joint)
  • Foot and ankle surgery (e.g. bunion, stiff great toe, hammer toes, Morton´s neuroma)
  • Hand surgery (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, basal thumb arthritis, peripheral nerve compression syndromes, polyarthritis, acquired deformities)
  • Primary knee and hip replacement
  • Corrective osteotomies for malalignment of the lower extremity

 

Operative Treatments for Children and Adolescents

 

  • Arthroscopy (knee, elbow and wrist joint)
  • Axial malalignment (e.g. bow-legs/knock knees)
  • Benign bone tumors
  • Bone and joint infections
  • Congenital malformations of the foot
  • Flexible flatfoot (“arthroereisis”)
  • In-toeing/out-toeing
  • Hand surgery (congenital and acquired malformations of the hand and upper limb; brachial plexus birth palsy)
  • Hip surgery (e.g. slipped capital femoral epiphysis)
  • Leg length discrepancy
  • Nerve and microsurgery
  • Patella dislocation
  • Torticollis