Joint Procedures

Our Department of Orthopedics focuses on minimally invasive joint surgery, arthroscopy, endoprosthetic replacement of the shoulder, hip, elbow, and knee, as well as MPFL/PCL/ACL reconstruction. All our methods combine a minimally invasive surgical approach with the maximum effect in treating various degenerative diseases of the locomotor system.

Asst. Prof. Mladen Miškulin, MD, PhD, prim.

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The hip is the largest ball-and-socket joint in the human body, located relatively deep under layers of fat and muscle tissue and a solid joint capsule.

Knee pain, swelling, a feeling of instability, reduced mobility – these are all signs that indicate that you should visit an orthopedic doctor. If the problem cannot be solved conservatively (physical therapy), arthroscopy of the knee joint will follow.

Used in cases where only one part of the knee is damaged, most often the inner and less often the outer part of the knee or the patellofemoral joint. The prefix “uni” means that only part of the damaged knee joint is replaced.

Thanks to the development of arthroscopy, knee surgeries have become much simpler and safer. Major problems are solved with minimally invasive methods, and after a well-performed operation, the return to previous activities is 100% with minimal pain.

If your knee is damaged by fractures, frequent injuries, or arthritis with consequent pain, recurrent swelling, deformity of the lower extremities, and limitation of the range of motion, the most likely solution to your problems is the installation of a partial or total knee endoprosthesis.

An unstable shoulder is a big problem for the active population.

Painful shoulder surgery, reconstruction of shoulder tendons and unstable shoulders; arthroscopic reconstructions after acromioclavicular luxation

You suffered a severe ankle injury and need surgery? At Aksis Special Hospital, we perform ankle arthroscopy – a surgical procedure with a quick recovery.

The term HALLUX VALGUS comes from Latin words that symbolize the turning of the big toe to the outside of the foot (toward the other toes).

The term HALLUX VALGUS comes from Latin words that symbolize the turning of the big toe to the outside of the foot (toward the other toes).

Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition that occurs when the tendons that connect the muscles of the forearm to the outside of the elbow become inflamed. The term “tennis elbow” comes from the fact that this type of injury often occurs in people who play tennis because the muscles of the forearm are used a lot in that sport, especially in serves and backhands.

In recent times, we have seen a large number of articles that talk about cartilage regeneration, the creation of artificial or biological cartilage. Is this possible?

Wound healing is a complex process involving many biological mechanisms. Platelets play a key role in hemostasis and tissue healing, i.e. their ability to release bioactive substances such as growth factors, cytokines, and chemokines during the activation phase.