Surgeries are performed in the Department of Inpatient Surgery and Department of Day Surgery. Operating theatres are equipped according to the highest standards. Patients are kept under postoperative observation in the Department of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation, and Intensive Care. After minor surgeries, the patient may be able to return home on the same day. Patients who have undergone more complex surgeries remain on a ward for as long as is required for further treatment under the supervision of a doctor. While on the wards, patients remain under 24-hour observation by highly qualified physicians and attentive nursing staff. Wards which meet the standards of luxury hotels and professional staff ensure that patients enjoy all of the conditions required for the fastest possible recovery. Arthroscopic techniques are used to minimize the impact of surgery on the human body. Like laparoscopic procedures, the arthroscopic surgical procedures used to treat joints are performed via small openings. Joints are examined from the inside using optical scopes, with surgical procedures performed during the same session.

Advantages of arthroscopic surgery:

  • The patient can return home on the same day or on the next day;
  • The patient does not experience severe pain due to the fact that only very small wounds remain after surgery, ensuring maximum protection from infections;
  • Complications with wound healing are less common;
  • Surgeons can avoid errors since the on-screen view of the surgical site is enlarged several times over, providing them with a clear view of how their work is proceeding;
  • Rehabilitation is more rapid and the procedure leaves either very minor scars or none at all.


Growing cartilage from joints by natural means. This surgery utilizes the latest conservative surgical technique and Swiss technology.  Trauma, major physical stresses and various joint diseases cause damage to the cartilage in the knee and ankle. These patients most commonly complain of pain when moving about, swollen joints, a scraping sensation in the joints and limited joint mobility.  Patients with damaged knee and ankle cartilage are treated using the AMIC® technique. The damaged cartilage is grown using the body's natural regenerative processes. Deep and extensive damage to the cartilage is treated in a similar manner. This surgery takes a total of 40 minutes. The surgery is arthroscopic and does not involve any major incisions. Special instruments are used to clean up defects in the cartilage. Small openings are made in the bones, through which stem cells are formed in the bone marrow. The AMIC® procedure involves the growth of joint cartilage, which is regenerated over a period of 2 - 3 months. The patient can be discharged to return home as early as on the day after surgery.  Only a small scar will remain after the surgery.

Arthroscopic surgeries:
Elbow - removal of loose bodies, synovectomy;
Knee - meniscus surgery, repair of cartilage defects, anterior cruciate ligament surgery, removal of loose bodies, synovectomy;
Ankle - release of tension, repair of cartilage defects, removal of loose bodies;
Shoulder - release of tension

Surgeries to repair deformities in the bones of the foot:
· Hallux valgus;
· Fallen arch repair;
· Furgeries to treat toe deformities.

Joint, tendon and muscle surgeries:
Achilles tendon suture repair; Achilles tendon reconstruction;
Tendon/muscle tear suture repairs/reconstruction;
Other surgeries.

Surgeries for fractured bones
Cost of surgery:
  550-2000 Eur
  Rimas D; Navikas V.; Riskovas R. 


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