Hip Replacement Abroad

Your Personalized Treatment Plan

Do not limit your treatment options only to the UK.
We offer the most effective, quick and affordable hip replacement surgery,
thanks to the world’s largest hospital network.


A hip replacement is often the only solution for patients in excessive pain from osteoarthritis in the hip joint.  If you are looking for  hip replacement surgery abroad you are in the right place since we provide complete treatment packages (implant, surgery, aftercare and physiotherapy included) with no waiting lists.

A chronic lack of funding from the UK government has placed a huge strain on the NHS, with the result that waiting lists for elective surgery like hip replacements are exceptionally long, even up to 2 years. The only way to reduce this excessive waiting time is to consider private treatment which, without medical insurance, will cost up to £15,000 depending on the surgeon and the area in the UK.

Private treatment abroad allows you skip waiting lists while at the same time reducing the costs of hip surgery considerably, up to 70% cheaper, in European countries that are just a short flight from home. You can find our affordable treatment packages below.

Cemented Hip Endoprosthesis

from £ 3.450
  • Pre-operative examination
  • General anesthesia
  • Up to 4 days at the hospital’s ward
  • Medical assistance 24/7
  • Follow-up and Rehabilitation at discounted prices

Cementless Hip Endoprosthesis

from £ 4.100
  • Pre-operative examination
  • General anesthesia
  • Up to 4 days at the hospital’s ward
  • Medical assistance 24/7
  • Ceramics, antiallergic, latest generation biomaterials
  • Minimally invasive “tissue sparing” approaches
  • Possible Bone Grafting
  • Follow-up and Rehabilitation at discounted prices

Revision surgery - on request

from £ 7.600
  • Pre-operative examination
  • General anesthesia
  • Up to 4 days at the hospital’s ward
  • Medical assistance 24/7
  • Follow-up and Rehabilitation at discounted prices

Our medical consultants will be happy to advise you for free on the best choice for your hip replacement in one of our leading hospitals and provide you all the necessary information. 

Our European hospitals make excellent choices for hip replacement with cutting-edge technology and well-trained English speaking surgeons that use the latest surgical techniques to ensure the best clinical outcomes.

Receiving Hip Surgery Abroad

Complete Recovery

No Hidden Fees

No Waiting Lists

Leading Surgeons

After an initial medical assessment of whether your specific case requires hip replacement surgery an admission date in the hospital of your choice will be agreed with you. Upon arrival, the hospital will guide you through the whole process, starting from diagnostics, through ward admission and surgery, and finishing with final discharge. A dedicated personal assistant will also be there  throughout the entire stay process that will make sure you have everything you need. If you will decide to go abroad for hip replacement surgery with a family member or friend then you will be able to stay together during your treatment. 

During your hip replacement surgery abroad, you will stay in the hospital for 2 or 3 days in a private single patient hospital room, which includes: room phone, air conditioning, satellite television, Wi-Fisavoury meals, safe, private bathroom and shower. Your surgery will be performed by the team of acclaimed orthopaedic surgeons, that have over 25 years of professional experience, using the highest quality FDA approved implants. After the surgery, you will have a daily on-site rehabilitation sessions with an experienced English-speaking physiotherapist, who will take care of your recovery and pain management.

Hip Surgery Procedure

Hip replacement surgery, also known as total hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure used to replace a damaged or diseased hip joint with an artificial joint, also called a prosthesis. The procedure is usually recommended for people who have severe arthritis, arthrosis, a hip fracture, or other hip conditions that cause significant pain and difficulty in daily activities. Partial hip prostheses, also called endoprostheses, are most frequently used in cases of femur fracture and consist of replacing the entire head of the femur with a prosthesis. 

Both interventions aim to recover maximum functionality of the damaged joint by removing the risk of other complications. The hip replacement is performed very frequently and has seen significant progress over time regarding the techniques and materials used, improving recovery and reducing pain in the immediate post-operative period.

  • The surgery takes approximately 2 hours.
  • It’s done under general or spinal anesthesia by a team of experienced surgeons.

Our Leading Specialists

Having an experienced doctor evaluate your case individually is an important initial point of your treatment.  Thanks to their expertise, professionals can accurately diagnose and assess the unique complexities of each patient’s health condition. Every individual’s medical history, lifestyle, and genetic assets are distinct, making personalized evaluation essential for effective decisions. Sometimes making autonomous decisions may lead to inaccurate self-diagnoses or misguided choices. As our patient, you will benefit from informed guidance, ensuring comprehensive and personalized care that optimizes final outcomes.


Hip replacement surgery requires a rehabilitation period to regain optimal walking abilities, as the surgery alone doesn’t fully restore maximum functionality. Instead, it demands commitment and consistency during the post-operative phase. Achieving the highest level of autonomy is facilitated through a personalized rehabilitation plan.


  • Joint mobilization, muscle strengthening, and progressively challenging exercises;
  • Active exercises and walking with aids;
  • Independent walking;
  • Advice to minimize the risk of further falls;
  • Guidance on the best habits to safeguard the joints;
  • Information on the importance of proper nutrition;
  • Maintenance of results once back home, aiming for the maximum possible autonomy.

Rehabilitation serves as a key component in expediting the return to a normal, independent lifestyle over the long term. By three months, most people have regained much of the endurance and strength lost before surgery and can participate in daily activities without restriction.