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Our aim is to restore the patient´s mobility as soon as possible.

Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine

Our Range of Services:

For all joint conditions, St. Wolfgang offers nonsurgical treatment options. If necessary, surgical options are also available. We use the best practices and latest surgical techniques while emphasising minimally invasive methods.

If medically necessary, we also offer inpatient follow up treatment at our facility. If necessary, an internist and/or urology staff member may also be involved as an additional form of medical supervision.

Special diagnostic features:

Mr Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Greiner

Orthopaedist – Trauma Surgeon
specialisation in shoulders and elbow joints

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  • Valgus Extension Overload Syndrome (VEOS) (tennis/golfer's elbow)
  • signs of exhaustion
  • osteoarthritis
  • dysfunction
Mr Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Greiner

Orthopaedist – Trauma Surgeon
specialisation in shoulders and elbow joints

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  • meniscus and cartilage injuries
  • new and old tears of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligament
  • collateral ligament tears, complex ligament instabilities
  • misalignments
  • dislocation and malfunction of the patella
  • osteoarthritis and cartilage damage, cartilage transplantation
Mr Prof. Dr. med. Peter Angele

Orthopaedist – Trauma Surgeon - Surgeon – Sports Medicine - Knee, Fracture and Cartilage Treatment Specialist

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Medical Director
Mr Dr. med. H.-J. Eichhorn

Orthopaedist – Sports Medicine 
specialisation in knee joints

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Mr Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Philipp von Roth

Orthopaedist - emergency surgeon -
specialisation in arthroplasty
for knee joints

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Mr Prof. Dr. med. Carsten O. Tibesku

Orthopaedist - specialisation in knee joint endoprosthetics

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  • tendon, nerve and connective tissue disorders
  • injuries and after-effects, discus and cartilage damage
  • osteoarthritis of all hand joints
  • hand dysfunction
Mr Dr. med. Alexander Schütz

Surgeon – Hand Surgeon - Emergency Medicine - specialisation in hands and wrists

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  • acute injuries
  • instabilities
  • ligament and tendon injuries
  • cartilage damage and osteoarthritis of the upper and lower ankle
  • prosthetics and fusion operations
Mr Dr. Tomas Buchhorn

Orthopaedist – Sports Medicine -
sports scientist - manual therapy -
specialisation in ankle, foot

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  • intervertebral disc disease
  • tightness of the spinal canal
  • instability afflictions
  • signs of exhaustion
  • osteoporosis treatment
  • misalignments
  • muscular afflictions
  • segmental blockages
Mr Priv.-Doz. Dr. Jörn Ludwig

Orthopaedist – Trauma Surgeon -
special orthopaedic surgery
specialisation in vertebrae

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  • impingement
  • osteoarthritis and cartilage damage
  • dislocations
  • TEP hip replacement
Mr Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Stefan Fickert

Orthopaedist – Trauma Surgeon - Sports Medicine – Chiropractic - Specialist for joint-preserving hip surgery, hip prosthetics
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  • misalignment of the forefoot, hindfoot and toe (hallux valgus, varus and rigidus)
  • osteoarthritis of the ankle
Mr Dr. Tomas Buchhorn

Orthopaedist – Sports Medicine -
sports scientist - manual therapy -
specialisation in ankle, foot

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Medical Director
Mr Dr. med. H.-J. Eichhorn

Orthopaedist – Sports Medicine 
specialisation in knee joints

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Patient Management
Tel.: +49 8532 980 602
Fax: +49 8532 980 616
E-Mail: pat-management.badgriesbach@asklepios.com
Head Physician of Orthopaedics
Mr Dr. med. A. Morasch

Registration & Information
Patient Management
Tel. +49 8532 980 602
Fax +49 8532 980 616
E-Mail pat-management.badgriesbach@asklepios.com 

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Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Brochure (990,34 KB)
 

At the Asklepios Klinik St. Wolfgang, the team of surgeons, physiotherapists and sports instructors work with the internists and cardiologists in interdisciplinary cooperation.

The goal is to restore patient mobility as quickly as possible. In treating our patients, we obtain the synthesis of modern surgical techniques, medically supervised posttreatment and the use of individually designed physical therapy strategies.

Thanks to our unique concept, it is possible for the patient to largely return to working life immediately after a short but intensive postoperative hospital stay in our clinic. At any rate, patients are in a suitable condition to proceed with outpatient follow up care.