Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
MRI of the ankle€105–€607Find a clinic
MRI of abdomen€200–€736Find a clinic
Abdominal MRI with and without contrast€265–€685Find a clinic
Cervical spine MRI€155–€544Find a clinic
MRI of spine with contrast€265–€690Find a clinic
Lumbar spine MRI€155–€607Find a clinic
Thoracic spine MRI€155–€544Find a clinic
MRI of knee€185–€607Find a clinic
Shoulder MRI€105–€690Find a clinic
MRI of head€165–€607Find a clinic
MRI of head and MRA of head€228–€685Find a clinic
MRI of head with and without contrast€265–€685Find a clinic
MRI of knee with contrast€105–€685Find a clinic
MRI of the wrist€105–€625Find a clinic
Cardiac MRI€265–€685Find a clinic
MRI of pelvis€205–€544Find a clinic
MRI of pelvis with and without contrast€265–€685Find a clinic
Orthopaedic surgeon’s consultation€25–€132Find a clinic
An orthopaedic surgeon specializes on diagnosing, monitoring and treating chronic and acute diseases of the human skeletal system and associated structures (bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles). During the first appointment, the orthopaedic surgeon usually examines the patient and prescribes necessary tests and analyses. This doctor can also give advice about the prevention of bone and joint disorders and plan subsequent treatment.
Exercise stress test€25–€277Find a clinic
Exercise stress test with ECG and blood pressure monitoring is a study that allows to observe and describe the effect of exercise on the heart. This test is indispensable for diagnosing stress- and load-related blood supply and rhythm disorders of the heart that are not detectable during usual ECG. To stress your heart during this test, you are asked to walk on a motor-driven treadmill or pedal a stationary bicycle (veloergometry).
Holter Blood Pressure (24 hour)€0–€85Find a clinic
Holter monitor is a device for diagnosing hypertension (high blood pressure) and monitoring its treatment. It allows to measure and record blood pressure parameters for 24 hours, showing when and how much your blood pressure and heart rate fluctuate. The device consists of a blood pressure monitor and a recorder that are attached to the body. Holter monitor does not limit the patient's daily activities or sleep.
Echocardiography€35–€277Find a clinic
Echocardiography, or cardiac ultrasound examination, is a painless, highly informative, non-invasive diagnostic cardiac imaging method. By using an ultrasonic sensor, the doctor can observe the structure and functioning of the heart on a screen. The test provides information about the size, shape and pump function of the heart, the structure and function of heart valves, aortic pathology, heart muscle injury after heart attack, and blood clots in the heart cavity.
ECG€7–€59Find a clinic
Electrocardiography is a painless, non-invasive diagnostic method that is used to assess the heart’s rhythm, load and blood supply and to diagnose myocardial infarction (heart attack). The test is based on measuring the electrical impulses generated by the working heart muscle by means of electrodes attached to the patient’s arms, legs and chest.
ECG Holter€28–€88Find a clinic
Holter monitor is a recording device commonly used to keep track of your heart function. The Holter monitor lets your doctor see how your heart functions on a long-term basis (24-hour or longer). It provides information about heart´s rate, rhythm and blood circulation during your daily activities. During the test the ECG sensors with the recorder are placed onto patient’s chest. The device doesn´t limit the patient's daily activities or sleep.
Ankle arthroscopy€1200–€2959Find a clinic
Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive operation of the ankle joint, performed via small (ca 5 mm long) incisions in the joint region. The camera-assisted arthroscope is equipped with special instruments for diagnosing cartilage damage and performing intra-articular treatment procedures, such as removal of osteophytes (bony lumps or bone spurs), resection of soft tissues and removal of a loose body (incl. pieces of bone and cartilage). The operation can be performed under general anesthesia, but also under regional anesthesia in a day surgery unit. Indications for the procedure include chronic ankle pain, synovitis (inflammation of the joint capsule), impingement syndrome and loose bodies in the joint cavity.
Arthroscopic meniscal resection€451–€2330Find a clinic
Arthroscopic meniscal resection is a minimally invasive knee joint operation whereby the torn part of the meniscus is removed. For the arthroscopic surgery, small (ca 5 mm long) incisions are made in the anterior part of the knee joint. A camera-assisted arthroscope is used to visualize the inside of the joint. The damaged part of the meniscus is then removed with special instruments. In younger patients it is possible to restore the integrity of the meniscus by suturing it with a special thread. General anesthesia is used for the operation, but it can also be performed under spinal anesthesia in a day surgery unit.
Diagnostic knee arthroscopy (excl. meniscus, resection, loose body)€544–€2932Find a clinic
Diagnostic arthroscopy is a minimally invasive intra-articular procedure performed via small (ca 5 mm long) incisions to specify the diagnosis of the joint disease. A camera-assisted arthroscope is used to visualize the inside of the joint and evaluate the condition and damage of the knee. If necessary, the diagnostic arthroscopy can immediately be followed by a surgical treatment procedure.
Shoulder arthroscopy€1085–€6995Find a clinic
Shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally invasive intra-articular shoulder operation performed via small (ca 5 mm long) incisions in the joint region. The camera-assisted arthroscope is equipped with special instruments for performing intra-articular treatment procedures and restoring the integrity of the injured structures. General anesthesia is used for the operation, but it can also be performed under spinal anesthesia in a day surgery unit. Indications for the procedure include shoulder joint dislocation, synovitis, tendon injuries, rotator cuff injury, adhesive capsulitis (“frozen shoulder” characterized by thickening and contraction of the joint capsule), joint surface damage, subacromial bursitis, post-traumatic arthrosis, and chondromatosis.
Hip arthroscopy€5200–€5467Find a clinic
Hip arthroscopy is a surgical minimally invasive intra-articular procedure, performed via small (ca 5 mm long) incisions in the hip joint region. The camera-assisted arthroscope is equipped with special instruments for diagnosing joint structure damage and performing immediate treatment procedures like removing a loose body from the joint cavity or repairing cartilage injuries. For the operation, either general or regional anesthesia is used. After the arthroscopic surgery the patient must keep lying down for 24 hours. Indications for the procedure include tears in the hip joint structures, cartilage loose bodies in the joint, hip joint luxation, early-stage arthritis and various cartilage injuries.
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction€1800–€5400Find a clinic
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is a surgical procedure and the only treatment option for a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The operation, which is usually arthroscopic, is performed by means of a camera-assisted arthroscope equipped with special instruments. Small (ca 5 mm long) incisions are made in the knee joint region. During the procedure, the torn ligament is replaced with the patient’s own or a donor’s tendon, because the torn ligament cannot be sutured back together. Another name for this procedure is tendoplasty.
Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) reconstruction€1800–€2500Find a clinic
Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) reconstruction is a surgical procedure and the only treatment option for a torn posterior cruciate ligament. The operation,which is usually arthroscopic, is performed by means of a camera-assisted arthroscope equipped with special instruments. Small (ca 5 mm long) incisions are made in the knee joint region. During the procedure, the torn ligament is replaced with the patient’s own or a donor’s tendon – this is sometimes called tendoplasty. Once the posterior cruciate ligament has been torn, suturing it back together is not an effective method for restoring knee joint stability.
Artrhoscopic capsular release for frozen shoulder€1800–€4880Find a clinic
Artrhoscopic capsular release or arthroscopy with resection is a surgical procedure for releasing the shoulder capsule to improve the mobility of the shoulder and alleviate pain. Usually this operation is used for the treatment of frozen shoulder syndrome. Like other arthroscopic procedures, this surgery is also minimally invasive, performed via small (ca 5 mm long) incisions made in the shoulder joint region. By means of a camera-assisted arthroscope, equipped with special instruments, the shoulder capsule is released by cutting through and removing the thickened and inflamed ligaments that inhibit joint mobility.
Pulmonary function tests
Spirometry€10–€45Find a clinic
Spirometry is a widely used pulmonary function test for assessing lung volume and possible obstructions (flow problems) in the airways. During this test, forced inhalation and exhalation are performed, at maximum depth and speed. Spirometry allows to detect decrease in lung function that accompanies various pulmonological (i.e. lung) diseases. The test is useful for diagnosing several common lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma, and for monitoring their progression and treatment.
Lymphatic drainage massage
Speech therapist’s consultation€17–€232Find a clinic
A speech therapist is a specialist with a higher education who treats speech disorders and related psychological problems. Speech therapists help to improve oral and written speech and language and to develop understanding and communication skills. A speech therapist can also give advice to people who suffer from voice or swallowing problems following an illness or for some other reason. Additionally, speech therapists provide aural rehabilitation for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. During the first appointment, the specialist assesses the severity of the problem, examines the patient’s background and draws up a rehabilitation plan.
Sports physician’s consultation€28–€42Find a clinic
A sports physician is a specialized doctor who studies, treats and monitors sports-related illnesses, injuries and other conditions. A sports physician consults professional athletes and top-level amateurs about their health problems. If necessary, the sports physician performs a stress test to assess the physical endurance and possible cardiovascular health risks of the client. Based on the results of the tests and analyses, the sports physician helps to choose suitable exercise intensity and draw up a training plan. He or she also gives advice on injury prevention and recovery. A timely consultation with a sports physician helps to prevent overload-related injuries and serious health damage.