VITA was established in 1991 and was registered as the first private health institution in Sofia on April 1,1992. Since then, more than 300,000 people have obtained our medical assistance.
Orthopedy and traumatology treat lesions and traumas of locomotory apparatus. These lesions cover inborn malformations, development abnormalities, inflammation, degenerative states, arthrosis and tumors.
Traumas such as breakages, luxations or sprains can vary from light cases to the very severe cases that deeply impact the patient’s life and extremity functions.
All consulting rooms and laboratory at Diagnostic-consulting Center VITA are equipped with medical devices of the latest generation, allowing precise diagnostics of lesions.
In the special sector of VITA hospital for stationary treatment, the patients are under permanent physician’s control and can enjoy all the necessary comforts for quick recovery.
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Dr. Elena Hristova Mateva - Orthopedic Specialist
Languages: English, Bulgarian
Dr. Mateva is renowned for her minimally invasive orthopedic treatment approach, including hip surgery, hip and knee replacements. She is committed to accurately diagnosing orthopedic problems related to the bones, joints, cartilage and ligaments; as well as creating individualized treatment plans to suit each patient's surgery needs. ...
Dr. Chanko Angelov Chankov - Orthopedic Specialist
Languages: English, Russian, Bulgarian
Dr. Chankov combined interest and expertise allow him to address all aspects of orthopedic problems. He is one of the most sought-after orthopedic surgeons in Bulgaria, offering a strong research-based practice to ensure patients receive the best medical care possible. ...
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About Sofia, BulgariaWhat to See:
Sofia is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bulgaria, with a population of 1,344,605 in the Capital Municipality. It is located in western Bulgaria, at the foot of the mountain massif Vitosha, and is the administrative, cultural, economic, and educational center of the country.
Dramatically encircled by the Balkan Mountains to the north and the Vitosha Mountains to the south, Sofia stands on an open above sea level in western Bulgaria.
Although its neo-classical Stalinist design is prominent, visitors to Sofia will love its side streets, tree-lined boulevards and buildings by 19th-century Russian and Viennese architects.
Sofia's most famed monument, Alexander Nevski is a magnificent neo-Byzantine cathedral-sized church, topped by copper and golden domes.
What to Savor:
La Capannina beholds striking views of the Parliament and Aleksandar Nevski Memorial Church. La Capannina's authentic Italian cuisine is one of the best in Bulgaria. With hot and cold antipasti, veal, fresh pasta and a top-notch wine list, this Sofia restaurant is a real treat.
Where to Stay:
Hotel Casa Boyana provides a mixture of extravagance, service, and superiority. This truly Bulgarian luxury property is occupied with immense stylishness and charm. The hotel has stylish interior decor and a high-class friendliness. The hotel maintains luxurious facilities and an extensive range of amenities for every tourist.
Bulgaria Travel Tips
Currency: Lev (BGN)
Major Airport(s): Sofia International Airport, Varna International Airport, Bourgas International Airport, and Plovdiv International Airport
Electricity: 220V/50Hz (European plug)
Time Zone: UTC+2
Calling Code: 359