Mon, 05/28/2012

A new knee – will everything be good now?

A lecture by Dr. Stefan Klima, Head of Orthopedic and Trauma Surgery at Elizabeth Hospital

Endoprosthesis is unquestionably one of the great achievements of modern medicine. Patients who would otherwise be strongly immobilized by pain, can thus lead a normal life.

A knee prosthesis implantation often concludes the treatment of osteoarthritis. If the pain in the knee becomes unbearable, the family doctor or orthopedic surgeon often suggest the implantation of an artificial knee joint.

What are the chances to live without pain with a new knee? Which is the best individual model for a prostheses for me?

When is the best time for surgery?

We are looking forward to welcome you and answer your questions about inmobility, freedom from pain and the success of this operation.

The lecture will take place at Urania, An der Urania 17 in 10787 Berlin on June 11, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., admission is free of charge, question can be asked