Hip conserving surgery
SHD (Surgical Hip Dislocation) – Swiss Hip
This is a procedure that allows for the treatment of pre-arthrotic changes of the hip joint of primary or secondary origin, without the need for joint replacement. A procedure with high efficiency in terms of prevention of degenerative hip joint changes, which will postpone the need for hip joint endoprosthesis for 15-20 years. In the case of an indication at a younger age, the necessity of one implantation cycle in the form of reimplantation is avoided (the lifespan of the total endoprosthesis = 15-20 years).
This is a very specific and unique procedure that we provide in a full and comprehensive range as the only workplace in the Czech Republic. In addition to our workplace, this procedure is also performed by some facilities in Austria and Switzerland.
TEP (total endoprosthesis) of the hip joint
Recently, the anterior approach has gained popularity in the German-speaking part of Europe and France. This approach is, in the strict sense of the word, mini-invasive, not because of the length of the cut, but because it makes use of the Smith-Peterson’s interneural interval. This means that access to the hip joint is conducted in the space between two groups of muscles, one of which is innervated from the n. Ischiadicus (the septic nerve), the other from the n. Femoralis (the thigh nerve).
The undisputed advantage of this surgical approach using the aforementioned implants is less surgical tissue damage and therefore faster rehabilitation after hip replacement.
We use only the latest ceramic surface-based implants