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Ortopedicum


ul. Koło Strzelnicy 3
30-219 Cracow
Poland

tel. +48 12 425 38 51
tel. +48 12 370 87 54
tel. +48 12 425 38 52

e-mail: recepcja@ortopedicum.pl

Ortopedics
tel. +48 12 3708733

Rehabilitation:
tel. +48 12 370 87 44
tel. +48 12 370 87 43


General information about Ortopedicum

The Krakow based Ortopedicum hospital is a state of the art orthopedic and rehabilitation facility which has been on the market since 2009. The facility offers patients a full range of orthopedic and musculoskeletal traumatology based services. The facility has its own surgical ward with two treatment rooms with laminar air flow, Orthopedic Ward, Orthopedic clinic with on-site X-ray and ultrasound lab, the facility also has an on-site Rehabilitation Treatment ward with a Daily Rehabilitation Ward.

The hospital Ward includes one and two person air-conditioned treatment rooms (33 beds), equipped with a washroom, refrigerator, satellite television and internet access. They are adapted to meet the needs of patients with disabilities.

The facility offers a selection of over 100 different treatments in the field of orthopedic and traumatology. Our main specialty area at Ortopedicum is total hip and knee joint replacement. We perform surgical arthroscopy treatments, sports medicine treatments and ACL reconstruction (Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction), we also offer foot, hand and back surgery.

We work alongside with orthopedic specialists – who perform highly specialized hip and knee revision treatments and also perform surgical limb reconstruction with the use of microsurgical techniques in the treatment of muscular- skeletal injuries and orthopedic oncology.

Rehabilitation

Ortopedicum offers patients a full range of physical therapy based treatments The hospital has am innovative rehabilitation ward, exercise treatment room with the use of a balancing platform as well as manual therapy, hydrotherapy, psychotherapy and occupational therapy treatment rooms. Our staff includes specialist doctors who specialize in rehabilitative medicine, physiotherapy specialists, masters of physiotherapy and occupational therapist and a psychologist. Our rehabilitation staff frequently participates in participating education courses to help broaden their knowledge and skills by taking part in training courses and workshops.

 

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Ortopedicum - safety and comprehensiveness of services

We guarantee our patients a high standard of medical care. Our clinics treatment program is individually tailored to meet patient’s needs, allowing us to achieve satisfactory results. In order to guarantee patients a sense of comfort and safety throughout every step of the treatment process (diagnostics, surgery and rehabilitation) all takes places in one place – the Ortopedicum hospital. During each treatment step the patient remains under the care of a single doctor, who will maintain close supervision.

 

 

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Surgical procedures in Ortopedicum

12 most popular orthopedic surgical procedures

Cementless total hip arthroplasty 19.700 PLN
Hip replacement Metha
20.900 PLN
Revision hip arthroplasty
19.700 – 22.600 PLN
Total knee replacement   
18.600 – 22.600 PLN
knee arthroscopy
4.300 PLN
ACL reconstruction
10.500 PLN
Arthroscopy of the shoulder
5.500 – 12.900 PLN
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome CTS 2.500 PLN
Surgery Dupuytren's Contracture
3.200 PLN
Ankle Arthroscopy
4.900 – 8.900 PLN
Feet correction
4.800 – 12.000 PLN
Correction of hallux valgus 3.900 – 5.200 PLN

 

The prices include the full cost of medical services and standard hospitalization

 

Shoulder surgery

  • diagnostic arthroscopy
  • arthroscopic surgery
  • open reconstruction of the rotary cuff
  • management of rotator cuff calcifications
  • repair of rotary cuffs
  • repair of rotary cuffs with administration of platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • classic correction of shoulder instability
  • arthroplasty of glenohumeral joint instability (recurrent shoulder dislocation)
  • arthroplasty of glenohumeral joint instability (recurrent shoulder dislocation) with reimplassage
  • repair of isolated type II SLAP lesions
  • Mumford procedure with potential resection of the acromioclavicular joint
  • Mumford procedure with potential resection of the acromioclavicular joint and potential  biceps tenodesis
  • release (arthrolysis) of frozen shoulder
  • partial shoulder joint replacement
  • total shoulder joint replacement
  • reverse shoulder joint replacement
  • classic acromioplasty
  • Bristol-Latarjet procedure (open surgical treatment of should dislocations with transfer of the coracoid)
  • Bristol-Latarjet procedure (open surgical treatment of should dislocations with transfer of the coracoid) with the use of platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • surgical treatment of acromioclavicular joint instability
  • surgical treatment of the sternoclavicular  joint

Elbow surgery

  • tennis elbow repair
  • arthroscopy
  • elbow prosthesis

Hand and wrist surgery

  • Dupuytren’s contracture
  • treatment of nerve neuropathy – nerve release, nerve transposition (treatment of the carpal tunnel syndrome, Guyon’s tunnel syndrome, ulnar nerve tunnel syndrome)
  • tendon reconstruction (1- and 2-stage treatment)
  • tendon transposition following nerve injuries
  • vascularized bone grafts
  • treatment of pseudoarthrosis, e.g. of the scaphoid bone
  • hand joint replacement surgery: interphalangeal, metocarpophalangeal, wrist, elbow, shoulder
  • rheumatoid hand procedures (synovectomy, tendon reconstruction, joint reconstruction, prostheses, arthrodeses)
  • arthrodesis of the wrist joint, carpometacarpal joint (CMC), interphalangeal joint
  • treatment of infectious complications –infections of the soft tissue, infections of bones (chronic and acute  osteitis, osteomyelitis), infected pseudoarthroses
  • treatment of lumps and lump-like lesions in the hand
  • treatment of post-traumatic complications (adhesions, scars, contractions, alignment disorders, malunions, etc.)

Hip surgery

  • cement joint prosthesis ( 8 days )
  • cementless joint prosthesis, polyethylene liner; ceramic head ( 8 days )
  • cementless joint prosthesis, ceramic head and liner ( 8 days )
  • metaphyseal hip prosthesis ( 8 days )
  • capoplasty
  • revision hip replacement – replacement of prosthesis elements, without bone reconstruction
  • revision hip replacement – replacement of prosthesis elements  using supporting implants and bone grafts
  • two-stage revision hip replacement:
    • snapping hip
    • arthroscopy

Knee surgery

  • arthroscopy (without implants): meniscal resection, microfractures, loose body removal
  • arthroscopic synovectomy of all compartments
  • arthroscopy with implants – meniscal repair
  • arthroscopy with implants and platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • arthroplasty of patellar instability
  • arthroscopic repair of ACL injury using an implant
  • arthroscopic repair of ACL injury with implant and platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • arthroscopic repair of PCL injury using an implant
  • arthroscopic repair of PCL injury with implant and platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • arthroscopic  repair of MCL injury or posterolateral complex with implants
  • arthroscopic repair of MCL injury or posterolateral complex with implant and platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • ACL reconstruction
  • ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction with titanic implants (interference screws for quadriceps tendon graft, flexor tendon grafts - XoButton + interference screw)
  • ACL reconstruction with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • PCL reconstruction
  • PCL reconstruction with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • posterolateral reconstruction
  • posterolateral reconstruction with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • MCL reconstruction
  • MCL reconstruction with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • ACL reconstruction with meniscal repair
  • ACL reconstruction with meniscal repair and platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • reconstruction using artificial  ligaments - additional
  • immediate ACL revision reconstruction
  • immediate ACL revision reconstruction with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • revision PCL reconstruction
  • revision PCL reconstruction with factors
  • revision PCL or MCL reconstruction
  • revision PCL or MCL reconstruction with factors

Cartilage plasty

  • mosaicplasty
  • covering of losses with perosteum and administering underneath concentrated stem cells from bone marrow
  • cartilage repair using bioabsorbable pins
  • patella instability correction
  • cartilage losses repair
  • classic resection of Baker’s cysts
  • arthroscopic removal of Baker’s cyst
  • arthroscopic treatment of a “jumper’s knee”
  • arthroscopic treatment of Osgood-Schlatter disease – “tibial tubercle apophysitis”
  • High tibial osteotomy (HTO)
  • High tibial osteotomy (HTO) with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • Fulkerson osteotomy in recurring dislocated patella
  • Fulkerson osteotomy in recurring dislocated patella with platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • cement prosthesis, without patella implant
  • cement prosthesis, with patella implant
  • single-compartment prosthesis
  • revision prosthesis with replacement of prosthesis components; without bone reconstruction
  • revision prosthesis with replacement of prosthesis components, with supporting  implants and bone grafts
  • synovectomy

Foot and ankle surgery

Ankle surgery:

  • arthroscopy of anterior compartment of the ankle joint
  • arthroscopy of posterior compartment of the ankle joint, treatment of posterior process of the talus, os trigonum
  • reconstruction of ligaments, stabilization of the ankle joint
  • treatment of inter- joint conflicts, scar and osteophyte removal
  • repair of joint cartilage
  • treatment of aseptic cartilage and bone necrosis of the talus
  • arthrodesis of the ankle joint
  • replacement of the ankle joint
  • corrective osteotomy
  • synovectomy
  • treatment of the consequences of RA (rheumatoid arthritis)
  • treatment of fractures within the ankle joint, shin bones, talus bone
  • revision treatment following ankle joint surgery

Foot surgery:

  • arthroscopy of the subtalar joint
  • reconstruction of subtalar ligaments, joint stabilization
  • endoscopic surgery of the Achilles tendon bursa
  • endoscopic calcaneoplasty, treatment of Haglund’s heel
  • foot muscle tenoscopy
  • muscle reconstruction
  • muscle transfers, treatment of foot drop
  • correction of forefoot deformities
  • treatment of hallux valgus
  • treatment of mallet toe deformity, claw toe deformity
  • treatment of metatarsalgia (pain in the ball of the foot)
  • correction of foot deformities in adults, foot arthrodesis
  • subtalar arthrodesis, triple arthrodesis of the foot
  • treatment of stiff big toe (hallux rigidus)
  • metatarsophalangeal joint replacement of the hallux
  • treatment of plantar fascia injuries
  • relief of nerve compression syndrome in the foot
  • foot synovectomy (removal of inflamed joint tissue)
  • treatment of rheumatoid foot
  • treatment of fractures within the foot, calcaneus, tarsal bones and metatarsal bones
  • revision surgery following foot surgery

Achilles tendon surgery

  • endoscopic surgery of the Achilles tendon bursa
  • calcaneoplasty
  • tenoscopy of the Achilles tendon
  • treatment of partial Achilles tendon  ruptures
  • reconstruction of the Achilles tendon
  • reinforcement of the Achilles tendon
  • revision surgery following Achilles tendon treatment

Reconstruction procedures

  • surgical treatment of pseudoarthrosis, surgical treatment of bone union disorders, surgical treatment of malunions
  • bone infections, bone inflammation, osteomyelitis, ostitis, infected pseudoarthrosis
  • surgical treatment of pressure ulcers: sacral pressure ulcers, ischial pressure sores, trochanteric pressure ulcers
  • surgical treatment of rheumatoid hand, tendon reconstruction, tendon transposition,
  • arthrodesis, interphalangeal joint prosthesis, elbow prosthesis, shoulder prosthesis
  • surgical treatment of neuropathy: nerve release, nerve transposition,
  • nerve reconstruction: sewing of nerve, nerve transposition, cable nerve grafts, vascularized nerve grafts,
  • tendon reconstruction: sewing of tendons, 1-stage tendon reconstruction, 2- stage tendon reconstruction, tendon transposition,
  • hand surgery – secondary reconstruction of multi-tissue hand injuries
  • surgical reconstruction of extremities: microsurgical reconstructions, vascularized grafts, bone grafts,
  • scar resections on extremities, skin grafts, surgical repair of the skin on extremities,
  • release of joint contractures,
  • Ilizarov technique for limb reconstruction, bone reconstruction using distraction osteogenesis, bone reconstruction with vascularized bone grafts (bone flaps)
  • surgical treatment of lumps within the hand, surgical treatment of lump-like lesions in the hand

Revision procedures

  • hip revision surgery due to  aseptic loosening of the prosthesis – one- and two-stage procedures,
  • hip revision surgery due to  aseptic loosening of the prosthesis,
  • knee revision surgery due to  aseptic loosening of the prosthesis – one- and two-stage procedures,
  • knee revision surgery due to aseptic loosening of the prosthesis,
  • knee revision surgery due to prosthesis wear and tear,
  • hip revision surgery due to  prosthesis wear and tear,
  • treatment of periprosthetic fractures in the hip joint,
  • treatment of periprosthetic fractures in the knee joint,
  • treatment of pathological fractures using post-resection prostheses

Other procedures

  • spine discectomy
  • vertebroplasty
  • lumbar spondylosis
  • thoracic spondylosis
  • cervical spondylosis
  • treatment of bone-union disorders
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