Orthopaedic Clinics Marbella

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3.6 / 5  Very Good
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Foot and Sports Clinic Marbella

Avd. Ricardo Soriano 50, Marbella, 29600
The concept of the Foot & Sports Clinic Marbella is to ensure a complete range of orthopaedic patient care with the support of the latest equipment and highly specialized and trained staff. Our goal is to offer the full complete circle of clinic exploration, diagnostic finding, treatment (conservative or surgical) up to complete rehabilitation and prevention on the highest professional level possible. In order to achieve this goal, we cooperate with one of the most modern hospitals in spain and with some of the most recognized specialists internationally. Diagnostic imaging and surgical procedures are being performend in the Xanit hospital internacional and due to the direct online connection we have immediate access to the patients findings and are able to communicate instantly with the responsible departments. The conservative, non surgical treatment is being performed in the FSC Marbella in the depatment of physiotherapy. Here we can treat all kinds of structural and functional disorders of the locomotor system and obviously also perform postsurgical rehabilitation. With the help of our podiatrist we can make static and dynamic gait analysis and offer customized insoles but also any kind of orthotic devices, manufactured by an orthopaedic tecnician with own workshop. Surgical procedures are being performed through Dr. Spurek himself, specialist in Orthopaedic surgery and Traumatology, Certified Foot - and Ankle Su
Orthopaedic Surgery From €120
3.3 / 5  Good
from 235 users
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Life & Sun Clinic

911 89 81 40 ext: 39339 Calle de José Meliá, s/n, Málaga, 29602
Life & Sun Clinic is a Plastic Surgeon in Marbella. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
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Knee Replacement From €12390
2 more treatments
4.6 / 5  Outstanding
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Hospital Ceram

911 98 04 65 ext: 10729 c/Maestra Doña Carola, 8, Marbella, Málaga, 29602
Rating from 3 Reviews At the end I gave birth to the big healthy baby boy without C-sectionIrina, Spain, 19 Sep 16

I've chosen hospital Ceram for the arrival of our first baby and I had a great experience! Being 30 weeks pregnant, I was new to Spain and I didn't really know where to go. Internet wasn't much help - confusing reviews and most of them dated many years back. During our first visit to Ceram we were greeted by lovely Tatiana, who showed us their state-of-art facilities and explained different options for delivery and its cost. First impression did it all - although we checked few more clinics, I knew we'll be back to Ceram. I had 4 antenatal check ups before giving birth. Every time I was at the clinic, I felt very welcomed. Everyone was extremely nice. This gave me confidence that on a big day, lovely medical staff will support and care for me. I don't speak Spanish, but it was not a problem as everyone in Ceram speaks English. It was never a problem to get an appointment and we didn't have any sort of organizational problems. Dr Benito spent as much time as needed during each appointment and his explanations were clear. I liked his calm demeanour - it has put me at ease. I felt very comfortable to ask questions and share my concerns. When I came to the hospital with contractions, a nurse made sure that I'm comfortable and settled before she brought paperwork to fill up. Dr Benito was visiting regularly and he stayed overnight at the hospital. During the night I had a midwife Elena and a nurse Jesus, who were very patient and supportive and caring. I wanted to avoid C-section at all cost. Unfortunately, after hours of strong contractions and stimulation, the progress was too slow. Dr Benito explained to me all possible options, but ensured he will do all he could to help me to have a natural delivery. At the end I gave birth to the big healthy baby boy without C-section. I fully recovered after 6 weeks. We spent two more days at the hospital and it was like a hotel stay - lovely room with mountain view and facilities were just great. In fact I didn't feel like I was in the hospital. I had regular visits by Dr Benito and pediatrician. If I needed anything during day or night, there was always a nurse on duty. If my husband and I decide to have the second baby, undoubtedly Ceram will be always our first choice! Professional team of lovely, genuine kind and caring people!

Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement  
Hip Replacement  
14 more treatments
3.5 / 5  Good
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General Surgery Ltd at Quirón Hospital of Marbella

911 89 81 40 ext: 73939 Avenida Severo Ochoa 22, Marbella, E 29600
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement  
Knee replacement OPERATION:  …… Knee Replacement (Knee Arthroplasty) PROCEDURE: The knee is an important hinge joint and as it is weight-bearing can be prone to “wearing out”. Arthritis is painful and disabling and you and your surgeon may have decided that a knee replacement may be your best option. A knee replacement is a surgical procedure, in which the injured or damaged running surfaces of the knee are replaced with artificial parts which are secured to the bone. If you have any X-rays of your own please remember to bring them with you to the hospital. You will be seen by the surgeon before the operation. They will take this opportunity to draw (mark with a pen) on your leg. This is to make sure the correct leg is operated on. If you have any questions, this might be a good time to ask them. An anaesthetic will be administered in theatre. This may be a general anaesthetic (where you will be asleep) or a local block (e.g. where you are awake but the area to be operated is completely numbed). You must discuss this with the anaesthetist. A tight inflatable band (a tourniquet) may be placed across the top of the thigh to limit the bleeding. Your skin will be cleaned with anti-septic solution and covered with clean towels (drapes). The surgeon will make an incision (a cut) down the middle of the knee. The knee capsule (the tough, gristle-like tissue around the knee) which is then visible can be cut and the knee cap (patella) pushed to one side. From here, the surgeon can trim the ends of the thigh bone (femur) and leg bone (tibia) using a special bone saw. Some surgeons also remove the underside of the knee cap. Using measuring devices, the new artificial knee joints are fitted into position. The implants have an outer alloy metal casing with a “polyethylene” bearing which sits on the tibia. A polyethylene button
Hip Replacement  
Total Hip Replacement OPERATION:  ……. Hip Arthroplasty  ( total hip Replacement) PROCEDURE: The hip joint is a “ball and socket joint”. It is a very important joint as it allows a great deal of movement but is also weight-bearing. As a result of this, it is often prone to “wearing away”. This is a simplified reason as to why arthritis occurs. Arthritis can be a very painful disorder which may slow down your mobility/ walking or even stop you from sleeping. A hip replacement is an operation which replaces the severely damaged hip bone with an artificial ball and socket that does the function of the natural joint. It may reduce the pain and help in walking and sleeping. If you hold any x-rays, please bring them with you when you come into hospital. You will be visited by your surgeon before the operation. If you have any questions, now might be a good time to ask them. The surgeon will mark on your leg with a felt pen. This is to make sure the correct leg is operated on. An anaesthetic will be given in theatres. This may be a general anaesthetic (where you will be asleep) and/ or a regional block (e.g. where you are awake but the area to be operated is completely numbed) for example an injection into the spine. You must discuss this and the risks with the anaesthetist. If you have any allergies, please also tell them. You will lie on the opposite side to the one being operated on. Your skin will be cleaned with antiseptic fluid and clean towels (drapes) will be wrapped around the hip. The surgeon will make a cut (incision) using a surgical knife (scalpel). The exact location of the incision depends on your surgeon’s technique. The length of the incision also depends upon the surgeon and your leg. A cut is made through the fat and muscles which lie in the way of the hip bones. The top of the thigh bone (femur) which forms the neck and ba
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4.1 / 5  Excellent
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Policlinica Alen

911 89 81 40 ext: 64864 Av. De Mijas, 30, MIJAS-COSTA, 29649
Rating from 5 Reviews I received quality service and consideration from everyone at the clinicAnnette, South Africa, 18 May 17

I was glad to have received quality service and consideration from everyone at the clinic and they helped make my experience with them much more comfortable. The clinic was conveniently located close to where I live. it was extremely clean and sanitary and the prices were very fair, they get an easy recommendation from me.

Modern clean well-equipped clinicGeoffrey, Spain, 06 Aug 17

Excellent treatment from General Doctor first and then the specialist. Good value. Friendly helpful staff. Modern clean well-equipped clinic.

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Orthopaedic Clinics within 150km of Marbella:

3.8 / 5  Very Good
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GeneralSurgery Ltd at Xanit International Hospital

911 89 81 40 ext: 74302 Avenida de los Argonautas, s/n, Benalmádena, 29630
Rating from 5 Reviews Left very happy.Oxana, Spain, 25 Jun 15

Went to see a doctor to have my son examined. She was very professional and friendly. She was a good listener and did exactly what I asked. Despite the language barrier coz my son is deaf, she understood and gave us good service! Reception staff very friendly and welcoming! Clinic is very easy to find. Didn't wait too long to be seen by the doctor. Fast response to emails. We left very happy. Thank you very much! Will visit again in the future if we need to!!!

Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement  
Knee replacement OPERATION:  …… Knee Replacement (Knee Arthroplasty) PROCEDURE: The knee is an important hinge joint and as it is weight-bearing can be prone to “wearing out”. Arthritis is painful and disabling and you and your surgeon may have decided that a knee replacement may be your best option. A knee replacement is a surgical procedure, in which the injured or damaged running surfaces of the knee are replaced with artificial parts which are secured to the bone. If you have any X-rays of your own please remember to bring them with you to the hospital. You will be seen by the surgeon before the operation. They will take this opportunity to draw (mark with a pen) on your leg. This is to make sure the correct leg is operated on. If you have any questions, this might be a good time to ask them. An anaesthetic will be administered in theatre. This may be a general anaesthetic (where you will be asleep) or a local block (e.g. where you are awake but the area to be operated is completely numbed). You must discuss this with the anaesthetist. A tight inflatable band (a tourniquet) may be placed across the top of the thigh to limit the bleeding. Your skin will be cleaned with anti-septic solution and covered with clean towels (drapes). The surgeon will make an incision (a cut) down the middle of the knee. The knee capsule (the tough, gristle-like tissue around the knee) which is then visible can be cut and the knee cap (patella) pushed to one side. From here, the surgeon can trim the ends of the thigh bone (femur) and leg bone (tibia) using a special bone saw. Some surgeons also remove the underside of the knee cap. Using measuring devices, the new artificial knee joints are fitted into position. The implants have an outer alloy metal casing with a “polyethylene” bearing which sits on the tibia. A polyethylene button
Hip Replacement  
Total Hip Replacement OPERATION:  ……. Hip Arthroplasty  ( total hip Replacement) PROCEDURE: The hip joint is a “ball and socket joint”. It is a very important joint as it allows a great deal of movement but is also weight-bearing. As a result of this, it is often prone to “wearing away”. This is a simplified reason as to why arthritis occurs. Arthritis can be a very painful disorder which may slow down your mobility/ walking or even stop you from sleeping. A hip replacement is an operation which replaces the severely damaged hip bone with an artificial ball and socket that does the function of the natural joint. It may reduce the pain and help in walking and sleeping. If you hold any x-rays, please bring them with you when you come into hospital. You will be visited by your surgeon before the operation. If you have any questions, now might be a good time to ask them. The surgeon will mark on your leg with a felt pen. This is to make sure the correct leg is operated on. An anaesthetic will be given in theatres. This may be a general anaesthetic (where you will be asleep) and/ or a regional block (e.g. where you are awake but the area to be operated is completely numbed) for example an injection into the spine. You must discuss this and the risks with the anaesthetist. If you have any allergies, please also tell them. You will lie on the opposite side to the one being operated on. Your skin will be cleaned with antiseptic fluid and clean towels (drapes) will be wrapped around the hip. The surgeon will make a cut (incision) using a surgical knife (scalpel). The exact location of the incision depends on your surgeon’s technique. The length of the incision also depends upon the surgeon and your leg. A cut is made through the fat and muscles which lie in the way of the hip bones. The top of the thigh bone (femur) which forms the neck and ba
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4.1 / 5  Excellent
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Sandalf Clinica Médica Internacional

911 89 81 40 ext: 72538 Urb. Pueblosol, C/ Mercurio 75, Arroyo de la Miel, 29631
Rating from 3 Reviews I am very happy with the whole experienceAngela, Benalmadena, 20 Jul 17

I first met Doctor Alf about 16 years ago, and have been seen by him over the years. I recently had a hip replacement and the whole team are professional, kind and helpful. From the day you start your journey until discharge. The hospital that is used is also excellent. The Physiotherapists help you enormously. I am 8 weeks post surgery and very happy with the whole experience.

Orthopaedist Consultation €95  -  €120
Includes taking medical and relevant family history, thorough specialists examine and discussing treatment options, any investigative imaging device and treatment would be charged extra
Knee Replacement  
Hip Replacement  
18 more treatments
3.3 / 5  Good
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HealthCare Expert

911 89 81 40 ext: 30154 C/Compositor Lehmberg Ruiz, Málaga Costa del Sol, Marbella, 29007
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement From €6385
Hip Replacement From €9654
15 more treatments
3.5 / 5  Good
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Clinica del Pilar

911 98 04 65 ext: 11854 Paseo de Sancha, 15, Málaga, 29016
Clinica del Pilar is a Plastic Surgeon in Malaga. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
Orthopaedist Consultation Up to €10000
2.8 / 5  Satisfactory
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Clínica Dental Menendez Collar

911 89 81 40 ext: 32205 Avenida América 23, Córdoba, 14008
Clínica Dental Menendez Collar is a Dentist in Cordoba. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Arthroscopy  
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