ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Stuttgart
About the hospital
ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Stuttgart is a modern private clinic that initially specialized exclusively in spinal surgery. Today, the medical centre also offers treatment for the shoulders, feet and ankles, hips and knees. The medical team operates according to the latest knowledge and methods, applying their expertise in orthopaedics and traumatology.
The medical centre is located on the beautiful Weinsteische street in Stuttgart. Even though patients can enjoy the quiet, the clinic is located in the centre. ATOS Stuttgart meets the latest hospital requirements in a sophisticated and comfortable setting. The medical centre has air-conditioned single and double rooms with a private bathroom, TV and Internet access. The clinic responds to the individual dietary requirements of patients and offers vegan alternatives. On the clinic's roof, there is a terrace that provides relaxation in the fresh air.
Experienced surgeons implant hip prostheses in a minimally invasive, tissue-sparing method using the AMIS access. The surgical technique avoids muscle damage and thus significantly shortens the rehabilitation phase. The individual experience of surgeons is significant for minimally invasive procedures. At the ATOS Clinic in Stuttgart, special attention is paid to preventing infections caused by so-called multidrug-resistant microbes or multidrug-resistant pathogens (MRE). Hospital team members are regularly trained, and all processes are continuously optimized in terms of hygiene.
The medical team at the ATOS Clinic in Stuttgart specializes in wrist and foot surgery, knee arthroscopy, endoprosthetics of artificial joints, and the treatment of acute injuries. The clinic's main goal is to enable patients to return to daily life as quickly as possible with minor restrictions. Whether it is maintaining or restoring mobility, with qualified doctors, patients are in good hands, even if they have a complex problem.
What experience does ATOS Orthopedic Clinic Stuttgart have?
For more than 30 years, the hospital has provided services to local and foreign patients in the most challenging cases and after ineffective treatment in other institutions. In addition, doctors have experience working with stars and dignitaries thanks to their impeccable reputation.
Do doctors perform hip replacements in the medical centre?
The clinic provides flawless hip arthroplasty thanks to individual and certified implants that do not wear out for ten years. Due to the ideal anatomical shape, joint replacement does not require long-term rehabilitation and does not cause any complications in the future.
Can I have outpatient rehabilitation after my surgery?
The hospital cooperates closely with the physiotherapy clinic NeoNorth. Therefore, follow-up treatment and therapy plans can be coordinated and discussed individually. Comprehensive treatment options and quick, trouble-free follow-up treatment are essential and contribute to the desired healing.
About the city
Stuttgart is a charming city surrounded by hills, forests, and vineyards. Stuttgart is a fantastic combination of historical heritage and outstanding achievements of our time. Traditional medieval temples, baroque palaces, and gothic towers coexist with ultra-modern buildings of trendy art galleries, museums, and reputable corporations' headquarters.
The capital of the southwestern federal state of Baden-Württemberg, founded in 1952, has more than 600,000 inhabitants and is the core of one of the most vital industrial regions of the federal state of Germany. The city has a vast number of sightseeing platforms with beautiful views. For example, the 217-meter Stuttgart TV Tower offers an unforgettable regional view. Seventy years ago, it became the first tower built of reinforced concrete. In addition to the art museum, the state gallery, and the Linden ethnological museum, Stuttgart also has museums dedicated to its most prominent business, the automotive industry. The Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums showcase the history of the cars. With 250 springs in the city, Stuttgart also has one of Europe's most significant mineral water deposits.
Stuttgart has 18 higher education institutions and universities and many leading research centers. Companies in Stuttgart invest 13 million euros daily in research and development, more than in any other region in Germany. As a result, Stuttgart businesses register over 3,600 patents annually, making it the second-largest European city in patent applications. Great attention is also paid to the healthcare system. The town has many public and private medical institutions that provide highly qualified medical care. Stuttgart is home to one of the branches of the Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder, a day hospital for patients needing neurological rehabilitation.
Stuttgart is a city with exciting sights, world-famous ballet, significant cultural and sporting events, various leisure and living options, and an international variety of theatres. Tourists with different preferences will be able to entertain themselves in the city, from a wine trip and wine tasting to round-the-clock parties in the entertainment clubs of the city.