This AMIS method has already been carried out thousands of times and has the following advantages for the patient:

  • No cutting, notching or squeezing of the muscles on the side of the hip.

  • No scarring and healing pain for these muscles, which are essential for standing and walking.

  • Patients can and should get up on the first day after the hip operation.

  • The patient is allowed to lie on their side after the operation.

  • Personal hygiene and eating is allowed on the 1st post-op. day outside of bed in bathroom.

  • Faster independent mobility and usually shorter hospital stays of 2 to 7 days

  • Older patients in particular are able to move independently and painlessly again more quickly.

  • Younger patients can be reintegrated into working life more quickly.

  • Shorter wearing time of the crutches (shorter distances within a few days even without crutches).

  • Climbing stairs is very possible shortly after the hip operation.

  • Shorter rehabilitation phase and earlier start with important everyday activities.

  • Driving is possible much earlier – around 3 to 4 weeks – after the hip operation.

  • If the patient so desires, rehabilitation can be done very well on an outpatient basis.
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This is an overview of the advantages of the AMIS method. The individual healing process can differ from patient to patient. In summary, however, the biggest advantage is the significantly faster rehabilitation compared to other surgical procedures. In some countries, the procedure is even carried out as an outpatient procedure for selected patients. We are available for a detailed individual consultation at any time.