The hip is the largest ball joint in the human body and is subject to a high degree of wear through use. When its movement is restricted, pain frequently results. Gentle, minimally invasive implantation of a state of the art hip prosthesis allows the patient to return quickly to pain-free normal life. Among young patients, operations to preserve the joint can lead to a reduction in pain and an improvement to the degree of movement.
Restoration of the normal joint function through hip prosthesis
Minimal invasive “keyhole therapy”
Rectification of incorrect load distribution caused by bones