Specialist in Orthopaedics & Orthopaedic Surgery. His main focus are joint primary and revision replacements of the hip and the knee.

Dr. med Wolfram Steens, born 17.07.1969, studied medicine at the Westfälische-Wilhelms University in Münster. Following its approval in 1997, he first began his medical training at St. Johannis in Duisburg-Homberg as medical resident (AiP) in trauma surgery under the supervision of Dr. M. Korthäuer / E. Rakebrand.

Under Prof. Dr. W. Winkelmann 1998, he began training as a specialist in orthopedics at the Department of General Orthopaedics, University Hospital Münster. Here he has focused his interest early on the endoprosthetic treatment of joints. The interest received on the various issues and problems of revision arthroplasty prompted Dr. Steen in 2002 to continue his education at the ENDO-Klinik in Hamburg. Under Dr. G. Forster and Prof. Dr. JF v. Loehr he advanced in his scientific and operational work with special focus on aseptic and septic revision arthroplasty.

From 2006 to 2008, Dr. Steens worked in the orthopedic clinic of the St. Franciskus Hospital in Munster, under the direction of Dr. med U. Simon.
Dr. Steens supported Prof. Dr. C. Goetze from 2008 onwards in the orthopedic clinic Auguste-Viktoria Bad Oyenhausen where he established a center for revision arthroplasty and extended its range in addition to the surgical aspects of rheumatic orthopedic surgery.

Since October 2012 Dr. Steens has been a partner in ONZ.Er supports the practice on the territory of the conservative as well as operative orthopedics with special interests in the field of aseptic and septic revision arthroplasty of the shoulder, elbow joint,hip, knee and ankle. In the diagnosis and treatment of septic complications of arthroplasty Dr. Steens has established a close collaboration with experienced microbiologists of the Orthopedic University Hospital Rostock.
Furthermore, Dr. Steens has vast experience in arthroscopic treatment of knee, hip and ankle.Dr. Steens is the initiator of the operation rate ECTOS (Educational Circle Training in Orthopaedic Surgery). Senior orthopedic surgeons are given the platform to indepth their theoretical background and operational skills by working on cadavers.