ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Fleetinsel Hamburg
About the hospital
ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Fleetinsel Hamburg is one of Germany's leading orthopaedic medical centres. For more than 20 years, the clinic has enjoyed an excellent reputation on the Hamburg motorway. The hospital medical staff goes above and beyond to maintain this reputation. The hospital relies solely on proven treatment professionals and technologies that promise tremendous success with minor side effects.
Fleetinsel in the centre of Hamburg has historical significance, but the clinic is equipped with the latest technology: modern equipment and stylish and modern decor. The excellent equipment in hospital rooms is part of the exceptional service. In addition, the medical centre includes a state-of-the-art operating room and well-equipped patient rooms.
Hospital specialists are among the best in their field, which is confirmed not only by the fact that many lead medical and scientific societies. Doctors at ATOS Clinic Fleetinsel Hamburg are officially among the best doctors in Germany and receive awards from the reputable medical magazine FOCUS every year. The clinic's main specialization in Hamburg is treating hip joint diseases. Hospital surgeons can offer hip prosthetics, hip replacement surgery or hip arthroscopy at the highest medical level. The hospital also includes a nationally renowned department of plastic and reconstructive surgery, where doctors focus on facial surgery, breast surgery, and body shaping procedures.
ATOS Clinic specializes in spine, hip and knee surgery, vascular surgery, treatment of sports injuries, hernias and many other orthopaedic diseases. Doctors don't give up until they achieve the best outcome for their patients, whether outpatient or inpatient, surgical or non-surgical. The medical team creates a working environment characterized by safety, health, collegiality, constructiveness and transparency through interdisciplinary and professional collaboration.
What is the primary treatment area of ATOS Clinic Fleetinsel Hamburg?
The main focus of doctors is on the treatment of the hip joint. Minimally invasive surgical interventions, modern medical therapy, high-precision diagnostics, and individual rehabilitation aim to alleviate pain and quickly restore movement.
Can I have non-surgical orthopaedic treatment in the clinic?
With any joint disease, doctors first try to use conservative treatment methods, such as drug therapy, non-addictive pain relief, joint injections, massage and physical therapy. Specialists resort to surgical options only when conservative treatment is ineffective.
What diagnostic procedures do doctors use?
Imaging is essential in orthopaedic problems. Doctors can look inside the body by using x-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear spin tomography, or CT. In addition, ultrasound examinations and special tests with blood tests also provide information about which treatment is correct.
About the city
Hamburg is the second-largest metropolis in Germany, located on the banks of the Elbe. It is one of the wealthiest cities in the country, the largest port and a real "Gateway to the World." Hamburg has been a centre of European trade since it joined the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages. The maritime spirit and traditions of the Hanse permeate Hamburg through and through: from architecture and sights to culture, food and the cries of seagulls in the streets.
Most of the sights of Hamburg are concentrated in the central part of the city, bounded from the south by the Elbe and its channels, and from all other sides by the city ramparts. The city's symbol is a 132-meter tower called Michael, belonging to the church of St. Michael. The city is rich in its cultural heritage, which visitors can find in its museums, theatres, cathedrals and churches. Hamburg has more than 40 theatres and 50 museums of various kinds. In addition, the city has more parks and squares than any other city in Germany. Regarding the number of bridges, Hamburg ranks first in Europe, as there are more than 2,300 bridges in the city.
Many types of industries thrive in Hamburg. Among them are chemical, oil, electrical and many others. Hamburg is also home to the headquarters of many world-famous trading firms, banks, insurance and economic organizations. Hamburg is rightly called the media capital of Germany. After all, it is here that the famous publishing houses of the socio-political press "Stern" and "Spiegel" are located. Particular attention is paid to the healthcare system, so the city has much developed public and private medical institutions. For example, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf is the largest provider of medical services in Europe and annually treats more than half a million patients.
A visit to Hamburg is an unexpectedly vivid and memorable experience. The city perfectly combines old traditions and the modern rhythm of life. Guests can enjoy excellent cuisine, a wide variety of museums and galleries, concerts and festivals. Hamburg leaves behind only the most pleasant memories and the desire to return again and again.