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Welcome to the German Center of Shoulder Surgery

The German Center of Shoulder Surgery at the ATOS Clinic in Munich guarantees a high-level treatment for shoulder and elbow injuries and diseases.

The latest surgical techniques combined with the great experience of the shoulder and elbow specialists enable a successful treatment for the entire spectrum of shoulder and elbow surgery with a short in-patient stay.

Prof. Dr. med. habil. Peter Habermeyer, Prof. Dr. med. univ. Mark Tauber and PD Dr. med. Frank Martetschläger are renowned specialist in the field of shoulder and elbow surgery, invited to national and international conferences on a regular bases.

The high patient satisfaction and success rates of the German Center of Shoulder Surgery is based on a longstanding clinical experience and a consistent scientific approach in order to achieve a constant quality control of the modern treatment methods.

Ask for an appointment: +49 89 / 20 4000 180

Your specialists

Prof. Dr. med. Tauber, Prof. Dr. med. Habermeyer, PD Dr. med Martetschläger

Your specialists (left to right): Prof. Dr. med. univ. Mark Tauber, Prof. Dr. med. habil. Peter Habermeyer und PD Dr. med. Frank Martetschläger

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Our main topics

  • following sports injuries of the shoulder and the elbow (injection therapy)
  • for degenerative and rheumatic diseases of the shoulder and the elbow
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Subacromial decompression for impingement syndromes
  • Removal of calcific tendonitis
  • Tenotomy or tenodesis for instability or fraying of the long head of the biceps tendon
  • Stabilization of the unstable shoudler
  • Therapy for chondral lesions (debridement, microfracturing, MACT)
  • Capsulotomy and mobilization of the stiff shoulder
  • Stabilization of the unstable acromioclavicular joint (ACJ)
  • Nerve releases for nerve entrapment syndromes
  • Shoudler arthroplasty for primary or secondary osteoarthritis of the shoulder
  • Stabilization of the unstable sternoclavicular joint (SCJ)
  • Muscle transfer operations for irreparable rotator cuff tears or stabilization oft he scapula
  • Shoulder arthrodesis
  • Osteosynthesis for shoulder fractures
  • Stabilization procedures for shoulder instability (revision, bone loss)
  • Removal of loose bodies
  • Resection of a painful plica
  • Capsulotomy and joint mobilization for stiff elbow
  • Stabilization of acute and chronic medial or lateral instabilities
  • Nirschl procedure with re-attachment of the tendons for chronic epicondylitis humeri radialis/ulnaris
  • Osteosynthesis for elbow fractures
Revision and reconstructive surgery after failed surgical management is also a main focus of the entire team.

Contact

GERMAN CENTER OF SHOULDER SURGERY
ATOS Clinic Munich
Effnerstr. 38
D-81925 München
Germany

Prof. Dr. med. Peter Habermeyer
Prof. Dr. med. univ. Mark Tauber
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Frank Martetschläger

Phone: 0049-89 / 20 4000 – 180
Fax: 0049-89 / 20 4000 – 189
Email: schulterzentrum@atos.de

DEUTSCHES SCHULTERZENTRUM
in der ATOS Klinik München
Effnerstr. 38

D-81925 München

Prof. Dr. med. Peter Habermeyer
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. univ. Mark Tauber
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Frank Martetschläger

Tel.: 089 / 20 4000 – 180
Fax: 089 / 20 4000 – 189
E-Mail: schulter@atos-muenchen.de