Center for Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery - Hip

If you are experiencing hip pain, showing signs of wear and tear (arthrosis), or require hip surgery, we provide expert treatment at the Center for Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery.

As an experienced hip specialist, Alexander Zembsch, MD offers a wide range of diagnostics and treatment options for hip problems. His area of expertise includes minimally invasive joint surgery and endoprosthesis.

Range of services:

  • Clinical examination of the hips
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Conservative therapies (physiotherapy, therapeutic exercises)
  • Minimally invasive surgical procedures
  • Total endoprosthesis of the hip joint/hip replacement surgery

Do you need a hip replacement? The implantation of modern, very durable, and extremely well-tolerated artificial hip joints has long been a standard service offered at Confraternität Private Hospital. As a patient, you will benefit from modern and particularly gentle and safe methods. After only a short period of time, you will be without pain and mobile again.

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Alexander Zembsch, MD is a recognized expert in minimally invasive hip joint surgery. At the Center for Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery, he has been operating on his patients using the so-called AMIS method since 2008. This method of hip surgery is particularly gentle and guarantees rapid rehabilitation and recovery. The treatment is performed in cooperation with an experienced team of anesthesiologists and physiotherapists.

AMIS method

AMIS stands for “anterior minimally invasive surgery” and describes the gentlest and safest form of surgery for hip joints. This technique avoids injury to the muscles, tendons and nerves, in contrast to conventional minimally invasive techniques, which require these to be partially cut.

This has advantages for all types of patients. Older people make a faster recovery, regaining their independence and becoming pain-free and mobile more quickly. Younger people are able to return more quickly to work and driving, and after about six to eight weeks are even able to resume sports activities such as hiking, skiing, golf, cycling, and tennis. The artificial hip implants are also extremely durable. Their expected “lifespan” is up to forty years.

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