Dr. Karsten Reichmann

Dr. Karsten Reichmann

Specialist in surgery, orthopaedics, trauma surgery and sports medicine. Specialist in accident injuries for German employer's liability insurance associations (medical referee). Director of the surgical department at Waiblinger Zentralklinik.

Andreas Schlüter

Andreas Schlüter

Specialist in surgery, emergency care and chiropractic therapy. Inpatient doctor at Waiblinger Zentralklinik.

Mon - Fri 8.00am - 18.00pm
Sat 10.00am - 12.00pm

Emergencies from the weekend
Monday 8.00am - 12.00pm

Emergencies, accidents that happened at work, school or whilst commuting

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During our daily consultation hours, we focus entirely on your health concerns. After making a thorough diagnosis, we’ll try and find solutions to suit you. Whether your problems are big or small, we don’t discriminate. Our range of services covers virtually the full array of symptoms in the areas of orthopaedics, trauma surgery and general surgery.

We can tailor our care to your individual symptoms, either conservatively or with surgery, as it is possible for us to treat inpatients in Waiblingen Zentralklinik and outpatients in the state-of-the-art operating theatres located in our clinic.
What’s more, our comprehensive range of services extends to include prosthetics (knee joint/hip), treatment for fractures and laparoscopic procedures (TAPP, gall bladder, appendix, etc.).


Knee joints available now, artificial hips from September

Artificial knee joints can now be surgically implanted again at the joint practice and patients can be treated as inpatients at the central clinic.

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Website goes international

On the Reichmann Schlüter group practice website you will find the services on offer from now on also in English and Russian.

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Consultation hours for athletes

It’s common knowledge that we’ve been providing care for many clubs and individual athletes for years, even those who compete professionally.

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When are stitches removed?

Generally speaking, stitches are removed after 10-12 days.

Do I need to be referred?

A referral is only required if a patient has opted for the family doctor model. But please don’t forget to bring your health insurance card even if that is the case.

Do I have to bring my own walking aid?

If you don’t have your own walking aid, we can provide one for you.

Sports injuries at the weekend

If any medical emergencies happened over the weekend, you can be seen during the consultation hours for athletes on Mondays between 8am-12pm.

What should I do on the first day of surgery if I’m having an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction?

Ice is applied to the local area immediately after the operation

  • Keep the knee stretched
  • Take tablets to reduce inflammation for several days
  • Take painkillers if necessary
  • 1 injection daily to prevent thrombosis (until full weight bearing)

ACL reconstruction (Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction)

When will I have my last check-up after an ACL reconstruction?

Check-up at the clinic
(1 year post-operation)

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Patient stories

What does an Achilles tendon rupture have to do with a pregnancy in the ninth week?

Chantal (our patient’s name for the purposes of this story) knows the answer, because she’s lived through both. And it also explains why surgeon Dr. Karsten Reichmann learned about her pregnancy even before the gynaecologist – and anybody else.


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Principal focuses of our medical care

Individual focus areas

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