Orthopaedic services

Surgical interventions

  • Hammertoes
  • Tingling fingers
  • Hallux valgus
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Dupuytrens contractions
    unquis incarnatus
  • Scar correction
  • Excision of skin defects

Conservative treatment

  • Puncture of small and large joints
  • Intra- and periarticular infiltration
  • Paravertebral injections
  • Infiltration of the calcaneal spur
  • Infiltration of ileosacral joints
  • Treatment of biliary ulcers
  • Infiltration of tendopathies (tennis and golf elbow)
  • Treatment of flat feet and splay feet (model insoles)
  • Treatment of blunt injuries
  • Treatment of fatigue syndromes

Outpatient interventions in the practice

Conservative therapy of injuries:


The so-called PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) can also be used for the therapy of cartilage damage, but especially for the conservative therapy of injuries. The patient’s own blood is taken and a plasma supernatant rich in platelets and growth factors is produced by means of a centrifuge. Cell growth and angiogenesis are stimulated and self-healing processes are activated. Numerous recent studies (Cerza et al 2012, Patela et al 2013, Sanchez et al 2012) show a significantly better alternative compared to cortisone or hyaluronic acid. Depending on the indication, 3 to 5 injections are recommended. The system we use is a closed system and is therefore sterile, safe and excludes contamination.

Injection therapy to support the
healing of intra-articular structures*

Orthopaedic insoles and shoe care

Foot complaints are very common. The strain of civilisation through footwear, hard floors and lack of movement of the foot without or in the wrong footwear, lead to numerous changes and complaints. A malposition of the foot can also trigger other, secondary complaints. Likewise, a malposition of the knee joint can be improved or compensated for with insoles. A tailor-made insole fitting with holistic consideration of the musculoskeletal system is an important part of orthopaedic therapy. In the case of post-traumatic changes or more severe degenerative changes, as well as often in the case of diabetic foot syndrome, orthopaedic shoe fitting is possible. This ranges from the improvement of a ready-made shoe to an orthopaedic boot.

Dr. Paul Hancik

Dr. Paul Hancik is a specialist in orthopaedics and orthopaedic surgery with a focus on conservative and surgical treatment methods. With over 10,000 surgical procedures under his belt, Dr. Paul Hancik is a sought-after specialist in the field of implantology, hand and forefoot surgery, and arthroscopy of the knee and shoulder joints.

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