An overview of our work from articles and interviews in various magazines and journals.

15 November 2017 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): New treatment options for osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that can affect anyone.

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5 October 2017 – LebensLust (magazine): What treatment options are available in modern pain management?

Dr Marc Dehos from the German Pain Centre Darmstadt talks about the innovative technique of periradicular therapy in open MRI for lumbar herniated discs

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4 October 2017 – Focus (magazine): Innovative techniques for orthopaedics in Darmstadt

Modern technologies have changed orthopaedics: anyone with problems affecting muscles, joints or bones can now benefit from a wide range of new treatment options. A private orthopaedic practice in Darmstadt is using innovative techniques to treat chronic ailments as well as trauma and sports injury patients.

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4 October 2017 – Focus (magazine): Individual pain management: experienced practitioners offer treatment in Darmstadt

To identify promising treatment options for pain sufferers that are tailored to the patient’s individual requirements, in-depth, intelligent diagnostic tools are needed. Drawing up a treatment regime that is specifically designed for the individual patient and their pain history ensures a gentle and effective course of treatment. The pain management team in Darmstadt is led by a prestigious expert in the field.

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4 October 2017 – Focus (magazine): Rapid relief from the pain of a slipped disc: an experienced team is on hand in Darmstadt

When the problem is a herniated disc, patients benefit in particular from the combination of an in-depth diagnosis and minimally invasive options for pain management. Thanks to the use of modern diagnostic and therapeutic procedures such as open MRI, patients can now be pain-free sooner than ever before. A seasoned team of orthopaedic experts offer comprehensive support for slipped disc patients in Darmstadt.

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13 September 2017 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): Stopping osteoarthritis in its tracks

In Germany, around 9 million people suffer from osteoarthritis, which has become one of the commonest degenerative diseases. Previously, osteoarthritis was believed to involve a progressive degradation of articular cartilage and joint structures that proceeded unstoppably regardless of the chosen treatment.

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16 August 2017 – LebensLust (magazine): Over 100,000 knee operations are completely unnecessary

Modern osteoarthritis treatment replaces the surgeon’s knife

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21 July 2017 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): Back pain: modern diagnostic procedures and treatment options

About a year ago, German Pain Centre Darmstadt additionally opened its doors, announcing a primary focus on musculoskeletal disorders, and offering an additional portfolio of comprehensive modern diagnostic tools and treatment options. One of these is the open MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanning machine, which offers precise analysis of degenerative changes to soft tissue structures such as muscles, ligaments and tendons, while also providing an exceptionally safe way to monitor the targeted injection and infiltration of analgesics and other drugs. Frequently, this approach to treating herniated discs can avoid the need for surgical interventions.

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19 April 2017 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): Ultramodern diagnosis and treatment at German Pain Centre Darmstadt (DSD)

The consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon with additional qualifications in children’s orthopaedics, chiropractic, acupuncture and sports medicine is also the team physician for SV Darmstadt 98. The experience of treating the many kinds of presentations seen while providing medical care to professional athletes also benefits his younger and older patients who suffer complaints and injuries during their various sporting hobbies.

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1 March 2017 – LebensLust (magazine): New ways to treat osteoarthritis

When it comes to treating osteoarthritis, there’s a wide choice of treatment options available. The aim is to retain the functional integrity of the joint involved.

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10 February 2017 – LebensLust (magazine): New treatments avoid the need for an operation

A promising new therapeutic approach to treating tissue defects involves the use of stem cells and growth stimulating factors.

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1 February 2017 – LebensLust (magazine): Modern pain management options under one roof

In Germany, back problems are one of the most common reasons for an appointment at an orthopaedic practice. Time and again, patients experience recurrent symptoms of pain that involve the spinal column and the muscles near the spine, and which may also radiate out into the shoulder area, arms and hands, as well as affecting the pelvic region, legs or feet.

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30 November 2016 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): New treatment stops osteoarthritis

If cartilage in the joint degenerates and bone effectively ends up grinding against bone, this can be very painful for the patient. Osteoarthritis often affects the hands, the knee or the hip joint. An arthritic shoulder or finger can also cause pain in the respective joint structures.

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31 August 2016 – Gesundlebenheute (magazine): Diagnosis and treatment in an open MRI

German Pain Centre Darmstadt operates one of Europe’s most advanced open MRI scanners – a machine open on all sides, where patients can be examined comfortably without feeling ‘trapped’. This modern machine also produces high-quality diagnostic results that match those from conventional ‘tunnel’ scanners.

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