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Helios ENDO-Clinic Hamburg

Helios ENDO-Clinic Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany

According to the prestigious Focus magazine, the Helios ENDO-Clinic Hamburg ranks among the top German clinics specializing in orthopedic rehabilitation, spinal surgery, and hip surgery! 

The clinic is one of the largest and most famous orthopedic medical facilities in the world. Performing more than 9,000 joint surgeries and treating more than 9,000 patients every year, the clinic positions itself as a leading healthcare facility for joint replacement surgery not only in Germany, but throughout Europe. The clinic also enjoys an excellent reputation for the surgical treatment of spinal diseases. The medical complex was founded in 1976 and its doctors have been successfully conducting their clinical practice for over 45 years, offering patients a unique clinical experience and effective treatment methods. At the same time, the clinic has a friendly and pleasant atmosphere in which patients feel as comfortable as possible.

Despite the huge popularity and high treatment success rates, the department's specialists continue to perform productive research activities to improve surgical methods and endoprosthesis models, as well as to develop innovative therapeutic methods.

The health of patients is in the safe hands of a large and competent team of highly specialized doctors, nurses, and physiotherapists, working hand in hand to ensure the best therapeutic results. At the same time, due attention is paid to a respectful attitude towards each patient and to a detailed analysis of each clinical case.  The main task of the doctors is to provide each patient with an effective treatment adapted to their individual needs and to give them the joy of movement without pain. 

The department's doctors have in their arsenal many sparing minimally invasive and arthroscopic techniques that ensure access to the pathological focus through several small skin incisions. Due to this, the length of hospital stay is significantly reduced, the severity of pain in the postoperative period is reduced, and the risks of complications are almost zero. On the day of the operation, a patient will be able to get out of bed on their own and take the first steps, after which the stage of mobility restoration begins.

The clinic regularly admits foreign patients from different parts of the world. This is the best confirmation of the high level of medical care and the success of therapy.

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Department of Arthroplasty

Thorsten Gehrke Prof. Dr. med.

Department of Adult and Pediatric Spinal Surgery

Ralf Hempelmann PD Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the Helios ENDO-Clinic Hamburg live in modern single and double rooms with all the conveniences. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with a toilet and a shower. The patient rooms are designed in bright colors and feature large windows that offer a pleasant view of the street. The standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe with lockable compartments, a TV, a radio, and a telephone, as well as a table and chairs for receiving visitors. The floors and furniture in the patient rooms are made of natural wood. The bed is equipped with a special nurse call system, which can also be used to control the TV, radio, and turn lights on or off in the room. The clinic also offers access to Wi-Fi, which can be used for an additional fee.

Meals and Menus

The clinic provides three tasty and varied meals per day to its patients: a buffet breakfast, a three-course dinner, and a light dinner. The menu always features vegetarian dishes. Also, on request, patients may be provided with an individual menu. Tea or coffee of your choice is served at each meal.

In addition, the clinic has a cozy ENDO'ro cafe, where one can have a tasty snack or drink hot and cold drinks.

Further details

Standard rooms include:


Accompanying person

Your accompanying person may stay with you in your patient room or at the hotel of your choice during the inpatient program.


You may stay at the hotel of your choice during the outpatient program. Our managers will support you for selecting the best option.


Located on the banks of the Elbe River, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. It is one of the richest cities in the country. It houses the largest port, which is the "pearl of the city." Hamburg was one of the first cities to join the Hanseatic League, which was formed in Northern Europe during the Middle Ages, and, as a result, it became the most important port on the North Sea. This brought great wealth to the city and left a rich cultural and historical heritage. The port city on the Elbe is often called the "Gateway to the World".

Half of Hamburg consists of parks, squares, reserves, rivers, canals, and lakes. The largest Alster Lake, which was formed in the 3d century, is located in the very heart of Hamburg and covers an area larger than the Principality of Monaco. The Neo-Renaissance City Hall can be considered a landmark. Another symbol of the city is St. Michael's Church, with its 132-meter-high tower. Hamburg offers a variety of museums, for example, the famous Kunsthalle with a collection of artworks from the 15th and 20th centuries, the Museums of History and Ethnographics, the Deichtorhallen Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Erotica.

Historically, Hamburg has always had a variety of dishes and gastronomic traditions. Local sailors who traveled to other countries and foreign ship crews constantly brought something new to Hamburg cuisine. Not surprisingly, the cafes and restaurants in Hamburg serve a huge variety of dishes, which belong to very different cuisines. In the city, one can find completely different culinary options, ranging from exclusive and prestigious restaurants to typical gastronomic cafes.

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