Leading orthopaedic clinic Rehasport at the Medicover Hospital

Leading orthopaedic clinic Rehasport at the Medicover Hospital

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Professional medical help for injuries, accidents and contusions, comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation under the supervision of outstanding specialists who on a daily basis ensure the fitness of the biggest sport stars – available for patients at the Medicover Hospital in Warsaw’s Wilanów. The Rehasport Clinic, liaised with Medicover, is one of the four leading centres in Poland specializing in orthopaedics, rehabilitation and sports medicine. Professionalism and high quality are confirmed by international awards and the trust of many outstanding athletes.

Having Rehasport at the Medicover Hospital responds to the needs of Medicover patients and the desire to provide them with highest standards of orthopaedic care.

Rehasport’s over 10 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic problems, as well as high competence and professionalism of specialists guarantee the high quality of care provided by the Medicover Hospital to its patients. At both Rehasport and Medicover, we believe that the basis for effective treatment is a team of specialists engaged in a mission of helping people in need.

Dr Witold Dudziński, CEO of Rehasport Clinic.

Professional and comprehensive care

Patients referred to the Rehasport Clinic can count on receiving full, comprehensive care, from medical consultation and imaging examinations, through surgery, to rehabilitation and full recovery.

The Rehasport Clinic team specialises in treating orthopaedic conditions of specific areas of the body: hand surgery, which includes the treatment of shoulder, elbow, wrists or hand ailments, back injuries – in the case of back pain or posture defects in children, or leg injuries - treatment and rehabilitation of ailments of the hip, knee, ankle and foot. The clinic also has a children's orthopaedic centre.

Depending on the needs and health of the patient, at Rehasport Clinic we carry out hundreds of different procedures – from those that don’t require hospitalization, such as stem cell therapy or growth factors, to highly specialised operations – for instance, multi-ligamentous reconstruction or joint endoprosthesis. The clinic also uses minimally invasive surgical techniques that ensure the fastest possible and safe recovery. Modern equipment is used during the procedures which, in combination with the knowledge and experience of orthopaedists, ensures the most successful treatment.

Dr Tomasz Piontek from Rehasport Clinic

Trustworthy medical care

The high quality of the Clinic's services is also confirmed by the trust of many outstanding sportspeople. Many renowned athletes, including world champions and Olympic medallists have been treated by specialists at the Rehasport Clinic. Rehasport is also a medical partner of many sports clubs and provides medical care to the Polish Handball Association and the Polish Sailing Association.

In addition to treating numerous renowned athletes, Rehasport offers its services to everyone - physically active people, as well as those not involved in sports, who require orthopaedic or rehabilitation treatment after an accident or injury.

International accreditations and distinctions

The professionalism of the care provided is also evidenced by international distinctions and accreditations. Rehasport Clinic is the first ever and the only Polish centre to receive the FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence accreditation, thus joining an international elite group of 47 medical institutions of the International Football Federation (FIFA) specialising in the treatment of the musculoskeletal system. The Clinic was also recognised by the renowned in the world of Olympics Australian Institute of Sport, which granted the Clinic accreditation to treat Australian representatives in Europe.

The Clinic has eight examination rooms, where patients are seen by the best doctors, two rehabilitation rooms and well-equipped operating rooms. Advanced diagnostic equipment is available on premises, such as MRI, ultrasound and X-ray. The orthopaedic clinic has the most state-of-the-art equipment, thanks to which specialists can provide patients with comprehensive medical services from consultation, through surgery, to rehabilitation and best possible recovery.

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