Anterior Minimally Invasive Approach for Hip TEP

The minimally invasive hip replacement procedure (AMIS)

Anterior Minimally Invasive Surgery. The principle of this surgical method is to restore the natural function of the hip while preserving the anatomical structures (muscles, ligaments, etc.). 

The hip joint is accessed from the front using special instruments, which allows the prosthesis to be inserted in a muscle-sparing manner and the biomechanics to be reconstructed exactly. This guarantees less postoperative pain and a faster recovery and thus a quick return to the desired daily activities. Sporting activities can also be performed again after a short time.

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The specialists for this treatment

Dr. Jan Ahrens

Dr. Ahrens specializes in the surgical treatment of all major human joints. His surgical focus is on joint-retaining operations, including cartilage surgery, endoprosthetics and revision endoprosthetics.
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Dr. Wolfram Steens

Dr. Steens is a sought-after specialist for disorders of the hip, knee and ankle. He is a certified cartilage specialist.
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Heiko Schmidt

Is a specialist in minimally invasive, muscle-sparing hip arthroplasty as well as knee arthroplasty. Another focus is in the field of conservative as well as surgical and joint-preserving therapy of the upper as well as lower extremities, with shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and foot pathologies as well as in the field of cartilage and tendon surgery in adults and children.
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