Dr. Matthias Manig

Dr. Matthias Manig

Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon


      • Medical University of Luebeck, Germany
      • Eberhard-Karld- University Tuebingen, Germany
      • Postgraduate Education:
      • Orthopedic Department of Olga-Hospital Stuttgart, Germany
      • Orthopedic Department of University Hospital Aachen RWTH, Germany
      • Orthopedic and Trauma Department of University Hospital Bonn, Germany


      • German Society of Orthopedics an Traumatology (DGOT)


      • Consultant and Head of Pediatric Orthopedic Section at Orthopedic and Traumatology Department of University Hospital Bonn, Germany
      • Consultant and Head of Pediatric Orthopedic Section at Orthopedic Department of University Hospital Frankfurt Friedrichsheim, Germany
      • Consultant Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Tawam Hospital Al Ain, UAE


      • Pediatric Orthopedics
      • Treatment of Developmental Dysplasia ( Dislocation) of the Hip (DDH)
      • Ultrasound based conservative treatment of DDH in new borns

      Age related surgical treatment

      • Open reduction of hip joint
      • osteotomies of the proximal femur
      • acetabuloplasty
      • Salter-Osteotomy
      • Triple Osteotomy

      Treatment of Clubfeet in new borns and children

      • Ponseti treatment

      Treatment of Foot Deformties

      • Conservative treatment of flat feet and clubfeet
      • Surgical treatment of flat feet

      Treatment of Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

      • Stage-related Conservative Treatment and Surgical Treatment ( hyper-containment)

      Treatment of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

      • In situ fixation
      • 3D Osteotomy of the proximal Femur
      • Trochanter Flip Osteotomy

      Treatment of Osteogenesis imperfecta/ Stuve-Wiedemann syndrome

      • Axis Correction Osteotomies
      • Telescoping Nails

      Treatment of Axis Deformity in children

      • Correction Osteotomies
      • Epiphysiodesis/Hemiepiphysiodesis

      Treatment of benigne Tumors ,  Lesions and Cysts

      • Juvenile Bone Cyst
      • Hereditary multiple Osteochondromas

      Treatment of Septic Arthritis


       Treatment of Children with neurological diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system:

       Cerebral Palsy

      • -low dose Botox therapy ( Ultrasound guided)
      • -Tendon transfer, Lengthening of tendons
      • -Foot Deformities
      • -Hip Reconstruction


      Hereditary motor-sensory neuropathy