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Prof. <br /> Dr. med. habil.<br /> Georg Matziolis
Prof.
Dr. med. habil.
Georg Matziolis

Senior Consultant of the Clinic for Orthopaedics and Accident Surgery

Acting holder of the Chair for Orthopaedics of the FSU Jena at the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg

Telephone:
036691 8-1002


Specialist Registrar Dr. med. Steffen Brodt
Specialist Registrar Dr. med. Steffen Brodt

Head of department hip

Specialist for Orthopaedics and Accident Surgery, Special Orthopaedic Surgery

Specialist services

Clinic for Orthopaedics and Accident Surgery: Hip Department

Our physicians work closely with their research colleagues. Our patients benefit immediately from the results, for example from the gait analysis or the digital navigation system.

Overview of specialist services:
Instrumented 3D-gait/-movement analysis

The instrumented gait analysis allows doctors and scientists to exactly record the movements of people. In contrast to the subjective assessment of the gait pattern, where doctors or physiotherapists observe the patient, the computer-aided version provides measurement data which allow an objective evaluation of the gait pattern.

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Navigation system

Artificial joints should reconstruct as precisely as possible the individual joint anatomy of the patient: This is the only way that patients can enjoy optimum mobility and long-term load capacity.

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Bone bank

The Chair for Orthopaedics of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena at the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg has its own bone bank. As the only clinic in Thuringia so far, we have a permit in accordance with §§ 20 b and c (Arzneimittelgesetz = German medicinal products act), which enables the production of the "pharmaceutical bone" by law and permits operation of such a bone bank.

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Physicians and doctors cooperate closely at the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg for the benefit of the patients.

Physicians and doctors cooperate closely at the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg for the benefit of the patients.


Minimally invasive hip operation

The Chair for Orthopaedics of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena at the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg has been working on minimally invasive implantation of hip prosthetics since 1998. This method has advantages for patients especially in the early phase after the operation: a clear reduction in pain as well as faster mobilisation are ensured. At the Waldkrankenhaus Eisenberg, around 20 per cent of patients now benefit from so-called keyhole surgery.

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