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The surgeries

Numerous pathologies and injuries require trauma surgery: osteoarthritis, tendon rupture, ligament and meniscal injuries, fractures, prosthesis loosening… To understand better the ins and outs of each operation, the procedures are listed by joint. Indeed, from the shoulder to the knee as well as the hip, the ankle and the elbow, trauma and orthopaedic surgery do not offer the same solutions, or the same procedures: the surgery is adapted to each situation in the interest of performance, safety and comfort.

Hip surgery

Hip surgery

Hip osteoarthritis, intra-articular pathologies, prosthesis loosening… Hip surgery, of which the aim is to optimise articular mobility and comfort, is specific to each case.

Knee surgery

Knee surgery

Typical knee pathologies, which require medical procedures to restore full joint functionality, include ligament or meniscal damage, osteoarthritis, patella dysfunction…

Shoulder surgery

Shoulder surgery

Procedures used in shoulder surgery vary according to the joint pain: rotator cuffs or rupture of the shoulder tendons, shoulder replacement or revision, shoulder stabilization… The surgical strategy is defined in relation to each therapeutic objective.

Chirurgie du coude

Elbow surgery

Elbow surgery is performed in the case of joint stiffness due to an injury or osteoarthritis; it consists in removing the damaged parts to then enable the natural reconstruction of the joint.

Ankle surgery

Ankle surgery

Achilles tendon rupture and recurrent sprains require ankle surgery to repair the tendons or ligaments concerned to recover an ideal range of motion.