7.11.2018

Acute and chronic joint pain - what to do?

Thomas Wißmeyer, Chief Physician Orthopedics and Traumatology / Endoprosthesis center and Dr. med. Christian Conzelmann, chief of arthroscopic joint surgery and sports orthopedics of the Asklepios Klinik Lindau and senior physicians of the CCO Lindau, report on modern surgical techniques in hip and knee replacement, but also on non-surgical procedures such as. the physiotherapy. The information event is aimed at patients, affected and interested parties and takes place on Thursday, 8 November 2018, 19 clock in the Captain Lehmann room, Graf Zeppelin House, Olgastr. 20, 88045 Friedrichshafen. Admission is free. On this evening, two chief physicians of the Asklepios Klinik Lindau give their lectures on the current state of non-surgical and surgical treatment options. Dr. Thomas Wißmeyer, Chief Physician Orthopedics and Traumatology / Endoprothetikzentrum lectures on the "artificial joint replacement - opportunities today"

Modern hip replacement is now the most successful surgical method in history - helped by the minimally invasive technique (AMIS) and implants. How exactly does this technique work, what are the advantages?

Are these principles also applicable to knee replacement surgery? Why not, and what are the peculiarities of the knee joint, which it is essential to pay attention.

Dr. Christian Conzelmann, Chief of Arthroscopic Joint Surgery and Sports Orthopedics, gives his presentation on the following topic: "Minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery - what can be done?"

Sascha Abbing - Health Center Abbing talks about the possibilities of "physiotherapy as surgical replacement?".

Mr. Daniel Trapp from the Traib medical center presents the latest state of orthopedic technical support. In addition, an industrial exhibition is set up.

Following the speakers' presentations, there will be ample opportunity for questions to the experts.

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