Paediatric Orthopaedics. Medical care
Conservative & operative treatment of children in Hamburg.
In our Paediatric Orthopaedics Centre in Hamburg we are specialised in the treatment of paediatric orthopaedics issues. These range from congenital to acquired, degenerative and inflammatory diseases through to tumours. We treat children - from babies through to adolescents - individually with conservative and operative therapy methods. If possible, we prefer minimally invasive, conservative OP procedures.
Close cooperation with therapists & orthopaedic technicians.
Through team-orientated work in close cooperation with orthopaedic technicians, physiotherapists and ergotherapists, we are able to provide our patients with comprehensive, state-of-the-art orthotics and medical aids . We always act according to the principle „of as much as necessary and as little as possible“.
In the case of complex diseases, we are also in close contact with social paediatric centres and early support & intervention bodies for optimum care of our small patients.
If an operation is necessary with an inpatient stay, we ensure treatment appropriate for children. It goes without saying that a parent can also be admitted to make the child's stay as pleasant as possible.
Treatment spectrum of our Paediatric Orthopaedics in Hamburg.
Overview. What we treat
Disorders of the lower extremities.
- Hip dysplasia, hip aplasia, hip luxation
- Perthes disease (femoral head necrosis)
- Epiphyseolysis capitis femoris (detaching of the epiphyseal plate/slipped femoral epiphysis)
- Coxa valga, coxa vara, rotational defect of the hips (coxa ante and retrotorta)
- Knee and foot
- Knock-knees and bow leg deformities (varus and valgus malalignment)
- Leg shortening
- Patella problems (pains in the patella tendon (patella tendonitis/jumper's knee, luxation)
- Osteochondrosis dissecans
- Child foot deformities, e.g. club foot ( Ponseti method of treatment), skew foot (type of flat foot), pigeon toes, flatfoot / flat feet
- Hallux valgus, osteonecroses (e.g. M. Koehler I and II ), apophyses
Disorders of the upper extremities.
- Shoulder instabilities, luxations
- Gunstock deformity and increased carrying angle (cubitus varus und cubitus valgus)
- Osteochondrosis dissecans of the elbow joint
- Trigger finger (Tendovaginitis stenosans)
Diseases of the spine.
- Hyperkyphosis, Scheuermann's disease
- Kinky back (spondylolisthesis)
- Muscular wry neck (torticollis)
- Paediatric sports traumatology / orthopaedics, e.g. therapy of fractures, strain and fatigue stress fractures, capsular ligament injuries to the shoulder, knee and upper ankle
- Benign and malignant soft tissue and bone tumours
- Metabolic disorders, e.g. rickets
- Rheumatic joint and soft tissue diseases
- Bacterial joint and bone inflammations (arthritis, osteomyelitis)