Orthopaedic treatments in focus: expert insight into pain therapy and rehabilitation
In the world of orthopaedics, pain and injury are often a leitmotif for patients seeking expert advice. From sports injuries to chronic discomfort from joint wear and tear, the range of concerns that drive people to seek specialized help is vast.
Dr. Mark Schurz, a renowned trauma surgeon in Vienna, treats a wide range of orthopaedic cases at his practice in the Wiener Privatklinik. His specialty includes ligament injuries, cartilage damage and disc problems that can occur not only during sporting activities but also during leisure time. One example of this is cases where someone has been injured during a soccer or tennis match, but injuries during leisure activities such as sport climbing or other hobbies also occur. This diversity underlines the fact that injuries can occur in any sport and are not limited to specific scenarios.
MODERN ADVANCES OFFER MORE PRECISE OPERATIONS AND TREATMENT APPROACHES
Through the use of computer planning and patient-specific procedures such as AutoCAD or mosaicplasty, operations can be more tailored to achieve the best possible results.
Another aspect that should be emphasized is the importance of an accurate diagnosis for choosing the right treatment method. This diagnosis at Wiener Privatklinik includes not only standard procedures such as X-rays, but also state-of-the-art imaging techniques and detailed analysis to ensure the best possible treatment for each individual case.
Rehabilitation, a further step in the clinic’s multimodal post-operative treatment, requires an individualized approach. Patients receive a tailor-made rehabilitation program that is adapted according to their condition and specific requirements. This enables better control and monitoring of the healing process.
Overall, the orthopaedics department at Wiener Privatklinik focuses on modern technologies, sound diagnostic procedures and customized rehabilitation to ensure comprehensive care for patients with orthopaedic complaints.
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