Knee Arthroscopy Cost In Germany

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Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that deals with the diagnoses and treatment plan for the pain in the knee joint area. The procedure involves the insertion of a small camera, called an arthroscope, into the knee joint, which displays pictures on a video monitor. As the arthroscope and surgical instruments are thin, the surgeon can use very small incisions, rather than the larger incision needed for open surgery. Knee Arthroscopy cost in Germany is between USD 4230 to USD 5170. Patient has to stay in the hospital for 2 days and outside the hospital for 10 days. The total cost of the treatment depends on the diagnosis and facilities opted by the patient.

Inclusions in the package

The cost of Knee Arthroscopy includes:

  • Preoperative diagnostic tests cost [CBC blood tests, EKG, Urinalysis, etc.]

  • Procedure cost

  • Post-Operative cost (depends on the number of follow-up sessions)

  • Medicine cost 

  • Patient's hospital stay

Factors affecting cost of Knee Arthroscopy

The overall cost of the procedure also varies based on the patient's condition and preferences. Some of these factors are:

  • Type of hospital and room opted (General, Twin sharing, or single room)

  • The severity of the disease

  • Post-surgical complications if happens (such as Infection, Thrombophlebitis (clots in a vein), Artery damage, Excessive bleeding, etc., may happen)

  • Cost of Blood products (if required)

  • An extended stay at the Hospital

  • Cost of Accommodation during follow-ups, in case the patient is not a local resident

Cost related to Knee Arthroscopy in Germany

Listing approximate price of Knee Arthroscopy and some related procedures. The prices may change depending upon the centers and condition of the patient.

Treatment name Cost range
Knee Arthroscopy USD 4230 to USD 5170
Knee Replacement Surgery USD 13500 to USD 16500
ACL Reconstruction USD 3600 to USD 4400
High Flex Knee Replacement USD 10800 to USD 13200
Revision ACL Reconstruction Surgery USD 7380 to USD 9020
Knee replacement - Bilateral USD 19800 to USD 24200
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Frequently asked questions related to expenses that most patients have when planing for Knee Arthroscopy.

What are the tests included before Knee arthroscopy treatment and its cost?

Your doctor will recommend tests before Knee arthroscopy treatment, including CBC blood tests, EKG, AND Urinalysis. The treatment package contains the cost of the tests too.

Is the pharmacy and medicine cost included in the package?

When the patient is in the hospital, the pharmacy and prescription expenses are included in the package. However, if the patient purchases drugs outside of the hospital, they are not included in the package.

How long the patient has to stay in the hospital after the Knee arthroscopy treatment?

Arthroscopic surgery is an outpatient treatment, which means that most patients may go home the same day. The actual operation takes 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the intricacy of your issue. Within one week of your knee arthroscopy, you should make an appointment with your surgeon.

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How much does Knee Arthroscopy cost in different countries?

For patients planning to travel abroad it is useful to know the price in destinations popular with medical travellers. The price for Knee Arthroscopy in different countries is approximately:

  • India USD 800 to USD 1200
  • Turkey USD 1600 to USD 2400
  • Thailand USD 4000 to USD 6000
  • Israel USD 4400 to USD 6600
  • Singapore USD 7200 to USD 10800
  • Malaysia USD 1600 to USD 2400

List of Centers for Knee Arthroscopy in Germany

Popular Cities in Germany for Knee Arthroscopy are:

Leading Hospitals for Knee Arthroscopy in Germany

Doctors for Knee Arthroscopy in Germany

The right doctor to consult for Knee Arthroscopy is an Orthopaedic Surgeon along with a Physiotherapist.

Listing popular specialists:

Prof. Dr. Norbert Sudkamp

Prof. Dr. Norbert Sudkamp

Director, 32 years of experience

Freiburg University Hospital, FreiburgLocation

Fracture Hip Surgery Trauma Surgery Bone Biomechanics Knee Surgery Knee Injuries Tissue Engineering Biomaterials

Prof. Dr. Bernd Rolauffs

Prof. Dr. Bernd Rolauffs

Senior Consultant, 20 years of experience

Freiburg University Hospital, FreiburgLocation

Sports Injuries Tissue Engineering Biomechanical Engineering Biomaterials Knee Surgery Knee Injuries

Prof. Dr. Carsten Perka

Prof. Dr. Carsten Perka

Director, 26 years of experience

Charite University HospitalLocation

Reconstructive pelvic surgery Endoprosthetics of hip and knee joint Revision endoprosthetics Treatment of periprosthetic infections Corrective surgery of the upper and lower extremity Scientific emphases Endoprosthetics of hip and knee joint Periprosthetic infections Periacetabular, femoral and tibial displacement and corrective osteotomies Regenerative therapies

PD Dr. med. Stephan W. Tohtz

PD Dr. med. Stephan W. Tohtz

Consultant, 30 years of experience

Helios Hospital, BerlinLocation

Corticotomy-Assisted Orthodontics, Orthognathic Surgery, Knee Arthroscopy, Knee Ligament Surgery (ACL), Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Prof. Dr. Med. Geza Pap

Prof. Dr. Med. Geza Pap

Chief, 31 years of experience

Helios Park Hospital, LeipzigLocation

Shoulder surgery, Elbow surgery, Trauma and reconstructive surgery

Prof. Dr. Med. Wolfgang Bocker

Prof. Dr. Med. Wolfgang Bocker

Head of Department, 20 years of experience

Ludwig Maximilian University Hospital, MunichLocation

Knee injuries Foot, ankle injuries and diseases. Sports injuries Fractures Cartilage damage Tendon ruptures

Prof. MD T. Gehrke

Prof. MD T. Gehrke

Chief, 30 years of experience

Helios Specialist Clinic Vogelsang, GommernLocation

Aseptic revision surgery of hip and knee endoprostheses, Septic revision surgery of hip and knee endoprostheses, Primary hip and knee endoprostheses implantation

Dr. MD C. Ansorge

Dr. MD C. Ansorge

Senior Consultant, 34 years of experience

Helios Specialist Clinic Vogelsang, GommernLocation

Knee Surgery, Hip Surgery

Dr. med. Christian Gauck

Dr. med. Christian Gauck

Senior Consultant, 29 years of experience

Helios Hospital, BerlinLocation

Foot surgery, Ankle surgery, Ankle fracture, Flatfoot, Foot deformities surgery, Osteoarthritis of the ankle

Dr. V. Jonen

Dr. V. Jonen

Consultant, 28 years of experience

Helios Hospital, BerlinLocation

Treatment of periprosthetic infections, Hip endoprosthesis, Knee endoprosthesis

Dr. Med. Akos Zahar

Dr. Med. Akos Zahar

Chief, 26 years of experience

Helios Hospital, BerlinLocation

Primary- and revision hip arthroplasty, Primary- and revision knee arthroplasty, Septic exchange of Hip and Knee

Prof. MD C. Kraft

Prof. MD C. Kraft

Chief, 30 years of experience

Helios Hospital, BerlinLocation

Spine disorders, Traumatology, Joint replacement surgery, Arthroscopic surgery, Sports orthopedics, Partial and total knee replacement, Hand and foot surgery

Dr. med Klaus Rode

Dr. med Klaus Rode

Head of Department, 29 years of experience

Asklepios Academic City Hospital, Bad WildungenLocation

Treatment for frozen shoulder, Meniscus injuries, Elbow fractures, Ligament tears

PD MD Oliver Niggemeyer

PD MD Oliver Niggemeyer

Chief, 26 years of experience

Asklepios Academic City Hospital, Bad WildungenLocation

Reconstructive joint surgery, Orthopedic rheumatology, Orthopedics and trauma surgery

Prof. MD Joachim Grifka

Prof. MD Joachim Grifka

Senior Consultant, 31 years of experience

Asklepios Academic City Hospital, Bad WildungenLocation

Sports medicine, Pediatric orthopedics, Joint replacement surgery

MD Klaus Eisenbeis

MD Klaus Eisenbeis

Senior Consultant, 28 years of experience

Asklepios Academic City Hospital, Bad WildungenLocation

Knee replacement surgery, Special orthopedic surgery, Trauma surgery

Dr. Thomas Forer

Dr. Thomas Forer

Chief, 32 years of experience

Hospital of the Holy Spirit, FrankfurtLocation

Endoprosthetics of the hip and knee, Spinal surgery, Hand surgery, Torn meniscus, Hip fracture

Dr. med. Dennis Inglis

Dr. med. Dennis Inglis

Senior Consultant, 29 years of experience

Hospital of the Holy Spirit, FrankfurtLocation

Cartilage surgery for knee, Fracture care, Arthroplasty, Ligament reconstructions, Treatment for back and neck pain

Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Rammelt

Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Rammelt

Head of Department, 28 years of experience

Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital, DresdenLocation

Herniated discs, Broken shoulders, Achilles tendon ruptures, Foot and ankle injuries, Hand and wrist injuries, Arthroscopic knee surgery

Dr. Peer Eysel

Dr. Peer Eysel

Consultant, 30 years of experience

University Hospital of CologneLocation

Bone cancer surgery, Knee arthroplasty, Knee and hip replacement surgery

Success Rate

The success rate is high and varies between 85-90%. Possible risks of Knee Arthroscopy, may include Infection, Blood clots, Knee stiffness, Accumulation of blood in the knee, etc.

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Frequently Asked Questions Related to Knee Arthroscopy

Before the Procedure (6 Questions):

Arthroscopic knee surgery may be a treatment option for certain types of knee pain. Arthroscopic surgery is a procedure that involves inserting a small camera inside the joint.

Diabetes doesn't seem to raise risks after this surgery. If you have high blood pressure and if it is under control, there is no reason to worry about not having a safe and successful surgery

Even if your blood pressure becomes elevated during surgery you will be given intravenous medication to reduce it.

Consult your cardiologist if you are planning to undergo the surgery because some medicine doses are modified accordingly.

Excessive pain in the knee following arthroscopic surgery is usually due to overactivity or spending too much time on your feet before the thigh muscles have been adequately strengthened. Excessive swelling can also cause pain in the knee. It is normal for the knee to be sore and swollen following arthroscopy.

Knee arthroscopy is the surgery is being used for treating and diagnosing the problems in the knee joint, during the surgery a very small incision is being made and a tiny camera is being inserted in your knees to for visualizing the inner side of the screen.

Yes, it is definitely worth getting a knee arthroscopy surgery, this surgery is being recommended to all people who have some degenerative knee disease.

Patients who are having knee pain or limited knee function are the candidate for arthroscopic knee surgery, most of the patient who are having knee injury or degeneration they can get relief through the non-operative treatment.

During the Procedure (5 Questions):

It usually lasts for about less than an hour.

Your surgeon will tell you all the instructions which you have to follow before surgery and which includes fasting for six hours before the surgery. If you are taking any medications you should inform the doctor about it.

Knee arthroscopic surgery will take around one hour to complete.

Usually spinal anesthesia is given, a painkiller medicine is being injected into the space in your spine, you will be awake during the procedure but you will not be able to feel anything below your waist region. In some case general anaesthesia is also given which will make you asleep and pain free during the procedure.

During the knee arthroscopy procedure surgeon will make  few small incision or cut in your knees. Sterile water or salt is being pumped up for expanding your knees which makes easier to visualize the inner side of the joint. Through one end arthroscope is being entered and the surgeon will look around in your joint and in the operating room surgeon can see the images which is produced by the camera on the computer. When the defect is seen then the surgeon insert a small tool in the incision to correct it and after surgery the surgeon drains saline from the joint and then closes the cut.

Post the Procedure (12 Questions):

The patient is advised to resume contact sport NOT before 6 months of the surgery.

A person can start community walking within 2 weeks and can climb the stairs after 4-5 days and driving after 4-6 weeks.

It is not mandatory but if the patient is willing for physiotherapy He/She can take it for 2-3 weeks post-surgery.

The recovery period after knee arthroscopy surgery depends on the patient and his or her condition. In most cases, patients can return to office work within a week and much return to a more active and normal lifestyle within one to two months.

Immediately after surgery, if your pain is minimal when walking then the use of crutches or a walker is not required.

Once more comfortable, most people are able to walk with a minimal limp within one or two weeks after surgery. Most patients realize a benefit from arthroscopic knee surgery within 4 to 6 weeks.

You are encouraged to bend and straighten your knee as much as pain allows immediately after standard knee arthroscopy.

Remember, however, that your knee may be swollen and full-motion may be difficult for the first few days.

Some of the risks of the procedure includes bleeding inside the knee joint, formation of blood clot n leg, infection inside the joint, stiffness in knee and injury or damage to the cartilage, ligaments, blood vessels and nerve

For the first seven days after the procedure you have to keep your legs elevated and you have to apply ice on it to reduce pain and swelling.  Your doctor will prescribe you the exercise regimen which you have to follow for recovering, the exercise are necessary for strengthening the muscles.

It will take around six weeks to recover completely from surgery, if the damaged tissue is being repaired then the recovery will take longer time. You have to also limit your activity till your knee is strengthened and becomes back to normal.

Yes, you can walk after 4 to 6 weeks after knee arthroscopy surgery, when you are comfortable you can walk with minimum lump within one to two weeks after surgery.

Within three to five days after surgery you can go back to work it will take around two weeks till the knees have healed completely. For some heavy work it will take around four to six weeks to recover.

For the first 3 days, keep the dressings clean and dry. After that you can take bath but don’t soak the incision in water keep it dry.

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