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The Rennbahnklinik's orthopaedic surgeons are specialists in the field of reconstructive surgery following injuries to ligaments, muscles and tendons throughout the musculoskeletal system. For joint surgery, we primarily use arthroscopic or endoscopic techniques (minimally invasive surgery), but also utilise open techniques. The Rennbahnklinik has gained international renown for its Achilles tendon treatment methods, thanks to its specially developed treatment concepts and operating techniques.

The specialists at the Rennbahnklinik view joints, tendons and ligaments as part of the overall structure of the human body and its functions, rather than in isolation. This approach significantly enhances the interdisciplinary co-operation of our team throughout the healing process.

There is a particularly strong interest in our treatment processes for instabilities, overuse injuries and general injuries to the shoulder, elbow, hand, groin, knee, lower leg, ankle, foot and – in particular – the Achilles tendon.

Furthermore, we provide second opinions for injuries on the entire musculoskeletal system.


Shoulder and elbow

  • Tendinitis calcarea
  • Impingement syndrome
  • Acute and chronic rotator cuff tears
  • Long biceps tendon pathologies
  • Shoulder dislocation and chronic shoulder instability
  • Omarthrosis
  • Acute and chronic AC joint instability and osteoarthritis
  • Epicondylitis humeri radialis and ulnaris
  • Ulnar nerve syndrome
  • Acute and chronic elbow instability
  • Humeroradial plica syndrome
  • Shoulder prosthesis

Hip and groin

  • Coxarthrosis
  • Impingement syndrome of the hip
  • Injuries of the capsule-labrum complex
  • "Core-muscle injuries"
  • Acute muscle and tendon injuries of the pelvis, hip and trunk
  • Sportsman's groin and inguinal hernias, umbilical and other abdominal wall hernias, adductor revisions and other soft tissue procedures on the pelvis and hip
  • Total hip replacement


  • Meniscus injury (partial removal, suture, transplantation)
  • Cruciate ligament injury
  • Multiligamentous instability
  • Patellar luxations and instability
  • Cartilage injuries (cartilage therapy, cartilage cell transplantation)
  • Gonarthrosis
  • Leg axis malalignments (axis corrections/reconfiguration osteotomies)
  • Knee prothesis

Foot and ankle

  • Achilles tendon ruptures and other pathologies of the Achilles tendon
  • Talocrural joint instability
  • Torn ligaments
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Cartilage lesions
  • Impingement problems
  • Hallux valgus
  • Claw toes and other toe malpositions
  • Tendon problems
  • Ankle joint prosthesis


  • Surgeries of fractures of the entire musculoskeletal system