Asklepios Stadtklinik Bad Wildungen

Bad Wildungen, Germany


Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology


Christian Pilkahn

Dr. med.

Christian Pilkahn

Specialized in: orthopedics and traumatology

The Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the Asklepios Bad Wildungen Municipal Clinic under the direction of Dr. med. Christian Pilkahn deals with the treatment of injuries in accidents, different bone fractures and tendon injuries/raptures. The Department has a special focus on the implantation of artificial joints (joint replacement). Since April 2016, the Department has been certified as the Joint Replacement Center. 

The Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology specializes in reconstructive vascular surgery. The medical team under the direction of Dr. med. Christian Pilkahn has a unique competence in the treatment of after-effects of injuries and joint wear and tear. If the joint preservation surgery is no longer possible, there is performed joint replacement.  
 
A key focus of the Department at the Asklepios Bad Wildungen Municipal Clinic is arthroplasty in the elderly and young patients. The main goal is to preserve and restore the usual quality of life for patients. The Department will provide You with the best medical care in the hip, knee and shoulder replacement. 

In addition, the Department under the direction of Dr. med. Christian Pilkahn offers the entire spectrum of modern spine and pelvic surgery with the use of both open and minimally invasive techniques. Another focus of the Asklepios Bad Wildungen Municipal Clinic is on foot surgery. The treatment can be conservative, e.g. by means of gymnastics and local injections, as well as surgical. 

The service range in the field of orthopedics and traumatology at the Asklepios Bad Wildungen Municipal Clinic includes:

  • Emergency medical care
  • Hip, knee and shoulder replacement 
  • Surgery to replace prosthesis 
  • Diseases and injuries of the spine and pelvis 
  • Bone fractures and vascular injuries 
  • Bone infections 
  • Foot surgery
    • Foot deformities in children
    • Valgus deformity (stiff big toe)
    • Metatarsalgia
    • Ankle osteoarthritis
    • Posttraumatic deformities of the foot
    • Diabetic osteoarthropathy
    • Rheumatism feet
  • Muscle and tendon injuries 



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