Hip TEP Berlin

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The hip is one of the central joints of our mobility. However, with increasing age and use of this joint, problems and pain increasingly occur there. In the long run, these lead to a restriction of mobility and thus to limited mobility. If, in an advanced stage, conservative measures such as physiotherapy or walking aids no longer help sufficiently, a hip TEP can bring relief.

We are specialized in endoprosthetics (so also hip TEP) and offer you a modern surgical procedure. Get your mobility back with a hip TEP (total hip arthroplasty). The team at the Eller & Kellermann practice in Berlin will assist you with all questions regarding the surgical procedure.

What is hip TEP?

Hip TEP is the replacement of the hip joint with an artificial hip joint. When it comes to mobility, hip joints play an essential role. Due to age, wear and tear can occur. Total hip arthroplasty is a proven method to restore mobility.

We distinguish between different types, focusing specifically on the needs of our patients. If osteoarthritis is present, artificial hip replacement is the method of choice. The decisive factor is, for example, whether osteoporosis is present, but the patient’s age also plays a role.

The straight stem prosthesis is considered a classic. This hip prosthesis has a service life of more than 20 years, so it is also suitable for older patients. The short stem prosthesis is used when the bone quality is very good. It is not suitable for patients with osteoporosis.

Another distinction concerns the surgical method. In addition to the classic surgery, we also perform minimally invasive hip prosthesis implantation, either under general anesthesia or under spinal anesthesia (spinal anesthesia). You can also have an already implanted hip prosthesis replaced. This is the case, for example, if the previous prosthesis has become loose.

The prosthesis is anchored in the bone either with or without cement. In medical terminology, these are cementless endoprostheses and cemented endoprostheses. A combination of both procedures is also possible, in which case we are talking about the so-called hybrid endoprosthesis. Finally, the material of the prosthesis itself can also be different. The combination of the respective materials is responsible for the so-called wear couple. Ceramic, metal and/or polyethylene are used. We will be happy to explain the differences in a consultation.

We bring extensive experience to the procedure. Trust our expertise and skill – we will provide you with the best possible hip TEP so that you will soon be mobile and active again. Mobility is an important factor for quality of life and enjoyment of life at any age. After a hip TEP, you will be free of complaints again and can enjoy life.

For whom is hip TEP right?

Hip TEP is primarily considered when osteoarthritis of the hip joint is present. Other indications are:

  • hip joint dysplasia, which is a congenital inferiority of the acetabulum
  • rheumatic diseases
  • necrosis of the femoral head, which is a circulatory disorder of the femoral head
  • complications due to certain metabolic diseases, for example gout
  • Late sequelae after fractures of the femoral head and acetabulum
  • Late sequelae after infections of the hip joint
  • Late sequelae of Perthes’ disease, which is juvenile necrosis of the femoral head
  • Late sequelae of epiphyseolysis capitis femoris, this is juvenile femoral head slippage

The hip TEP is not only used for older patients. The operation is also successful for the above mentioned diseases. We will make a thorough diagnosis and advise you in detail about the planned hip TEP. If you have severe problems walking and permanent pain in your hip due to a disease or an accident, hip TEP can help you.

Hip TEP at Eller & Kellermann

If you are looking for an expert in Berlin for artificial hip joints as total endoprosthesis (hip TEP), you have come to the right place. We will be happy to answer your questions in an initial consultation. Make an appointment now! You can reach us by telephone or e-mail. Alternatively, you can also make an appointment via Doctolib.

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Leipziger Platz 15
10117 Berlin