Dr - Henning Roehl - Orthopedics -

Dr Henning Roehl

Specialist for Orthopedics, Trauma surgery, Hip endoprosthetics, Knee endoprosthetics, Shoulder endoprosthetics, Ankle endoprosthetics in Mannheim

Dr - Henning Roehl - Orthopedics -
Deaconess Hospital, Mannheim (Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim GmbH) Dr. Röhl has made a name for himself especially with artificial joints and prostheses for hip, knee, shoulder and ankle. When it comes to improving the functions of the locomotor system, he is the right person to talk to - especially because he always uses the gentlest possible procedures.

Special Clinical Focus

  • Geriatric traumatology
  • Bone atrophy
  • Osteoporosis
  • Shoulder surgery
  • Acute and chronic shoulder pain
  • Shoulder entrapment syndrome
  • Shoulder instability
  • Endoprosthetics
  • Foot surgery         

About us

The Casualty and Orthopaedics Department of the Deaconess Hospital in Mannheim is headed by Senior Consultant Dr Henning Roehl. Dr Roehl is a specialist in orthopaedics and casualty surgery, with a focus on special casualty surgery and orthopaedic surgery. His personal focus is on the surgical treatment of the critical result of accidents and chronic degenerative conditions across the entire musculoskeletal system of the body, and particularly on joint replacements in the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle.

Here, he utilises more than the conventional methods. Dr Roehl has many years of experience with computer-navigated endoprosthetics. This innovative technique enables a higher degree of precision in minimally-invasive surgical procedures. This is a computer-generated imaging technique, which creates a three-dimensional display of the bones and the instruments. He also utilises infrared, CT imaging and markers on the patient’s body. In this manner, the surgeon has the surgical site and all the important data in plain view, particularly when he is actually unable to see the bones or the muscles using the minimally invasive technique.
Minimally-invasive means that the surgical site is not exposed using a long incision into the tissue but, instead of this, instruments and a camera are introduced into the body through very small incisions. So the procedure takes place within the body. At the same time, surgeons who use these techniques must be very experienced in surgical techniques. 

This technique has enormous benefits for the patient: the objective and the desire of the Casualty and Orthopaedics Department are to help patients whose mobility is limited by an accident or wear to achieve a greater degree of mobility once more as quickly as possible. Minimally-invasive procedures are characterised by a significantly more rapid healing process and less pain. Thus, the patient is able to attain his independence in every day life again more quickly.

The Casualty and Orthopaedics Department provides the entire range of conservative and surgical techniques. Simple splinting or complicated fractures, medication-based care or the implantation of an artificial joint using the most advanced technique – each treatment is individually planned, carefully performed and, of course, is in compliance with the current standard of scientific knowledge.

Medical spectrum


  • Accidental injuries
  • Ahlback disease
  • Ankle fracture
  • Ankle pain
  • Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Biceps tendon injury
  • Bone fracture
  • Bone marrow edema
  • Bruise / Contusion
  • Burn(s)
  • Bursitis
  • Bursitis of the calcaneal
  • Bursitis of the elbow
  • Bursitis of the hip
  • Bursitis of the knee
  • Bursitis of the shoulder
  • Calcaneal spur
  • Calcareous shoulder
  • Cervical spinal disk herniation
  • Chondromalacia
  • Clavicle fracture
  • Compartment syndrome
  • Coxarthrosis
  • Distal fracture of the radius
  • Dysmelia
  • Exostoses
  • Femoral neck fracture
  • Fibromatosis
  • Foot disorder
  • Foot fracture
  • Fracture of the acetabulum
  • Fracture of the patella
  • Ganglion
  • Gonarthrosis
  • Haglund's disease
  • Hammer toe
  • Heel pain
  • Hip impingement
  • Hip pain
  • Hip prosthesis loosening
  • Joint disorders
  • Joint effusion
  • Joint injuries
  • Knee joint pain
  • Knee pain
  • Knee prosthesis loosening
  • Kyphosis
  • Leg length difference
  • Ligament injury
  • Lumbago
  • Luxating patella
  • Luxation of the foot
  • Malalignment of toes
  • Meniscal tear
  • Morton's neuroma
  • Muscle strain
  • Muscular disorders
  • Muscular pain
  • Osseous necrosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoarthritis of the ankle
  • Osteoarthritis of the shoulder
  • Osteochondrosis
  • Osteomalacia
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Patellar tendinopathy
  • Pelvic fracture
  • Pigeon toe
  • Polyarthrosis
  • Polytrauma / Multitrauma / Multiple trauma
  • Pseudarthrosis
  • Rib fracture
  • Scheuermann’s disease
  • Scoliosis
  • Shoulder pain
  • Spasmodic torticollis
  • Spinal conditions
  • Spinal disk herniation
  • Spinal fracture
  • Spondylodiskitis
  • Spondylolysis
  • Spondylosis
  • Sports injuries
  • Tendon injury
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Unstable pelvic injury


  • Ankle arthroplasty
  • Arthrolysis
  • Arthroscopy
  • Bone substitution
  • Cartilage surgery
  • Complications and risks for artificial hip joints
  • Cruciate ligament surgery
  • Customized knee prosthesis
  • Endoprostheses
  • Following the implantation of the artificial hip joint
  • Hip prosthesis
  • Hip rehabilitation
  • Hip replacement revision
  • Hip surgery
  • Hip TEP (Total hip endoprosthesis)
  • Intervertebral disk prosthesis
  • Joint-maintaining surgery
  • Knee prosthesis
  • Knee replacement revision
  • Knee specialist
  • Knee TEP
  • Meniscus surgery
  • Osteosynthesis
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Shoulder prosthesis
  • Shoulder prosthesis revision
  • Sled / sledge prosthesis
  • Sports surgery
  • Traumatology
  • Tumor orthopedics


  • Digital volume tomography
  • Gait analysis



Deaconess Hospital, Mannheim (Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim GmbH)

Speyerer Strasse 91 – 93

Webseite: www.diako-mannheim.de

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