Arthroscopic Cartilage Cell Transplantation – ACT

Transplantation of cartilage cells with arthroscopy in the OZMO

In the case of limited cartilage defects of the ankle joint or the knees, modern medicine is showing ever more progress. One of these is the new method of arthroscopic cartilage cell transplantation, also called autologous chondrocyte transplantation (ACT). Minimally invasive or invasive treatment allows serious improvement of cartilage situation by transplantation of cartilage cells, which further develop into high-quality and resilient cartilage. Younger patients in particular appreciate the fact that they do not have to consider the load limits of an endoprosthesis or the sword of Damocles of renewed operations hanging over them.

Learn more about Arthroscopic Cartilage Cell Transplantation and which cartilage damage can be fundamentally treated with this innovative treatment on our website. Our specialists, first and foremost our expert for regenerative cartilage therapy Prof. Dr. med. habil. Peter Diehl, are available for a personal consultation at your appointment at the Orthopädie Zentrum München Ost (OZMO).