ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main
About the hospital
ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main has existed for 17 years, opened by the medical director Dr. Georg Kovacs and Dr. Ulrich Vogel. The clinic is a part of the famous ATOS Group of Clinics across Europe. ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main is located in the Innenstadt district, a downtown area with multiple entertainment and sightseeing spots. The entire spectrum of invasive and conservative orthopedics, physical rehabilitative medicine, and pain therapy is covered in around 2,000 square meters of the facility.
More than 30,000 surgical procedures have been performed at the clinic, including more than 10,000 shoulder operations. The structural parts include 2 technically well-equipped operating theatres, the outpatient and inpatient ward with single rooms, and the specialist and rehabilitation practices. The staff consists of highly qualified experts, including 5 physicians.
The clinic was certified in October 2010, according to DIN EN ISO. The clinic attaches great importance to the highest medical and nursing quality. Qualified and trained staff is the top priority. The doctors apply many years of experience in their respective fields and a lot of humanity and empathy. To always be able to offer high-quality treatment, they are regularly involved in training courses, further education, and scientific work.
Various orthopedic subspecialties are represented at the clinic, such as the department of shoulder and elbow orthopedic surgery, the division of hips, knee, foot, and ankle orthopedic surgery, and the unit of hand orthopedic surgery. Sports and trauma medical services are also available. An emphasis is put on rehabilitation and an integrative approach. Both conservative and surgical methods are practiced.
Why should I choose treatment in this clinic?
Doctors have substantial experience performing 30,000 operations, including 10,000 shoulder joint procedures. Such a number provides the necessary background to introduce innovative methods of surgical intervention. In 2010, the clinic was also accredited according to ISO.
What treatments are available at ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt?
The hospital offers a range of invasive and conservative orthopedics and pain management. Specialists perform surgical treatment of joints of the upper and lower extremities, diseases of the spine, and injuries with adequate rehabilitation. Everything necessary for a complete cure is available under one roof.
Can I have shoulder surgery at the hospital?
One of the primary specializations of the clinic is shoulder arthroscopy and shoulder replacement surgery. The team has conducted more than 10,000 shoulder operations. Therefore, the clinic is among the best for orthopedic surgery, including shoulder issues.
Doctors in ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main
About the city
Frankfurt am Main, or simply Frankfurt, is the fifth-largest city in Germany, founded in the 1st century. It is also the heart of the Rhine-Main metropolitan region, the second-largest in Germany, with 5,5 million inhabitants. Frankfurt is located in the central part of Germany and Europe, making it a central air, rail, and road transport center. According to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Frankfurt is awarded the title of an "alpha world city" thanks to its position as a global hub in culture, education, commerce, transportation, and tourism.
Since 1240, Frankfurt am Main held international trade fairs, which led it now to become one of the world’s leading commercial, financial, and high-technology centers. The city's cultural centers are reclaimed universities such as Goethe University, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, and the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. There are many tourist attractions for sightseeing, including the old town and some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe, Museumsufer - a landscape of museums on both shores of the Main, continental Europe's most prominent English theatre, a concert hall Alte Oper, various parks and sports facilities.
Science is equally essential in Frankfurt, with three Max Planck Society institutes based in the city: the Institute for European History of Law, the Institute for Biophysics, and the Institute for Brain Research. Another critical scientific building block of the city is the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, which is involved in physics, chemistry, neuroscience, and computer science research. The two most significant medical institutions in Frankfurt are University Hospital Frankfurt am Main of Goethe-University and ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Frankfurt am Main.
Being a capital for more than 500 years, Frankfurt still functions as a focal point for the connection between Germany and Europe. With its nearly thousand-year history, the city is equally modern and at the avant-garde innovations in business, culture, and science.