The knee joint is an extremely complex joint subjected to a lot of physical strain, and knee injuries from accidents and sports are frequent.

The most common injuries include meniscus and cartilage injuries, cruciate and collateral ligament ruptures, and combined complex injuries and fractures.

However, injuries due to wear and tear as well as chronic discomfort due to decades of physical strain are just as common.

We have years of experience in minimally invasive surgery and arthroscopy to draw on in treating knee issues, and computer-assisted navigation also plays an essential role in osteotomy and joint replacement.

We have been using orthobiological treatment methods for more than ten years; these methods include cartilage transplants, cartilage membrane methods, and meniscus replacement surgery.