Roughly 200,000 people a year in just Germany alone are gaining a new zest for life as a result of an artificial hip joint.
The goal of modern implants, including the short hip stem, is getting the patient back to their daily routine or work life quickly and above all in a pain-free manner. In this case, preserving bone through muscle-sparing surgical techniques is the current standard, and this can be realized in practice by a shorter and smaller type of implant.
There are many questions associated with replacing a hip joint, and, as a potential patient or interested party, you are surely seeking answers to questions on this subject:
Here you will find detailed answers to these questions along with numerous illustrations.