"The reduction in quality of life that is experienced is the deciding factor when recommending a course of treatment."

Prof. Dr. med.

Thomas Kalteis

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Specialist in Surgery, Sports Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Chiropractic, recognized specialist in treating accident-related injury (H-Arzt)
Doctor responsible for hygiene in clinic, practice and medical care unit

Specialties

  • Hip joint replacement surgery using minimally invasive surgical technique (OCM approach)
  • Knee joint replacement surgery using minimally invasive surgical technique (mini midvastus approach)
  • Computer-assisted surgical procedures in knee and hip replacement surgery
  • Revision joint replacement surgery
  • Arthroscopic surgical procedures in the knee joint
  • Meniscal surgery
  • Cartilage regeneration procedures
  • Realignment osteotomies in the knee joint

Interventions per year

850

"Excellent surgeon with flawless ethics!"

Karsten L.

Curriculum vitae

1995 - 2000
  • Registrar at the surgical clinic and outpatient clinic (Chirurgische Klinik und Poliklinik), Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Prof.Dr. L. Schweiberer/ Prof. Dr. W. Mutschler
  • 2001 - 2009
  • Registrar and Consultant at the University Clinic for Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery (Universitätsklinik für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie), University of Regensburg, Prof. Dr. dr.h.c. J. Grifka
  • 2009
  • Partner at OCM and Orthopedic Specialist in the OCM team practice
  • Interview with Prof. Dr. Thomas Kalteishttps://youtu.be/ASGdb9KMYYE

    Publications and lectures

    The role of the transverse acetabular ligament for acetabular component orientation in total hip replacement: an analysis of acetabular component position and range of movement using navigation software.

    Kalteis T, Sendtner E, Beverland D, Archbold PA, Hube R, Schuster T, Renkawitz T, Grifka J (2011).
    J Bone Joint Surg Br 2011, 93(8):1021-6.

    In vitro investigation of the influence of pelvic tilt on acetabular cup alignment.

    Kalteis T, Handel M, Herbst B, Grifka J, Renkawitz T
    J Arthroplasty 2009, 24(1):152-7 

    Imageless navigation for cup insertion in total hip arthroplasty – is it as accurate as CT-based navigation?

    Kalteis T, Handel M, Bäthis H, Perlick L, Tingart M, Grifka J.
    J Bone Joint Surg Br 2006, 88(2):163-167 

    Asklepios Chefärztetreffen, 02.02.2018, Königstein-Falkenstein

    Optimiertes perioperatives Management in der Knieendoprothetik

     

    11. Endoprothetikkongress, 23.02.2018, Berlin

    Impingement nach Hüftendoprothetik - Diagnose und Therapie

     

    Focus on Arthroplasty, 26.01.2018, Frankfurt

    Unicondylar Knee Replacement
    Operationstechnik - Fallstricke

     

    UpDate Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie 2017, 16.12.2017, Neuss

    Gibt es überhaupt Vorteile bei minimal-invasiven Zugängen?

     

    Attune Dinner Meeting, 22.11.2017, Bern

    Attune Knee Systeme

    Kölner Hüfttreff, 15.09.2017

    Märchen und Mythen in der primären Hüftendoprothetik versus Evidenz-basierter Medizin 

     

    Aktuelle Konzepte in der Endoprothetik, 21.-23.09.2017, Hamburg

    1) Evidenz-basierte Medizin in der Hüftendoprothetik

    2) Konservative Revision mit langem Primärschaft

    AE-Masterkurs Hüfte, 08.-09.09.2017, Frankfurt

    1) Zugangswege: minimal-invasiv?

    2) Dysplasie und Coxa Valga: Was ist zu beachten?

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    Activities

    Memberships
    • Working Group on Endoprosthesis Surgery (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Endoprothetik)
    • German Association for Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Orthopädie und Orthopädische Chirurgie; DGOOC)
    • AO alumni
    • Hip Faculty, Professional Education Team, DePuy International
    • MWE
    • German Knee Society (Deutsche Kniegesellschaft)
    Additional qualifications
    • Technical qualification in Radiation Protection: Emergency diagnostics and diagnostic radiology of the entire skeleton
    • Technical qualification as Emergency Services Doctor
    • Sonography of musculoskeletal organs (basic, advanced and qualifying training)
    • Sonography of the infant hip (basic and advanced training
    • Sports medicine
    • Chiropractic