Practice and hospitals
Centre for endoscopic and minimally invasive spinal surgery
The cooperation between my office and several hospitals allows me to look after all of my patients personally from beginning of the illness up to a possibly required surgery and the subsequent follow-up. There will not be a frequent change of doctors and changing treatment strategies because of that. With me, you will be treated according to a clear step program, beginning with conservative measures. If these are successful, the therapy can be completed. Is the result not satisfying, minimally invasive techniques or endoscopic surgery should be considered. Is the implantation of an artificial disc or a spinal fusion necessary, it will also be done by myself personally. You will be impressed by our concept: "all from a single source".
My office is located in the Tauentzienstr., close to the KaDeWe, the Memorial Church and the Zoological Garden. The practice can be reached easily by local transport such as U-and S-Bahn. Parking facilities are located in car parks nearby, such as the “Europa Center” or Hotel Crown Plaza or the parking garage at the Los Angeles place.
I operate at three locations, at St. Joseph Hospital in Tempelhof and at Humboldt hospital in Reinickendorf and at the private hospital Cliic Sanssouci in Potsdam. At all locations, optimal operating conditions for the implementation of spine surgery including endoscopy and surgical microscope exist.
I can always specifically and personally respond to your problem and search for a custom solution. Be convinced of my concept "as little as possible, as much as necessary" and introduce yourself in practice.
To better present the structure of the practice to the outside, I founded a centre for minimally invasive and endoscopic spinal surgery. This summarises the various participating doctors and facilities. I am head of the centre and coordinate the activities. The aim is to develop minimally invasive and endoscopic techniques further. My scientific ambitions go into the same direction. With a team of doctors and scientists from the Charité, I currently examine the ability of spinal disc regeneration of sheep. These are mini-implants placed with an endoscopic technique in damaged intervertebral disc of sheep with the aim to restore it / make it healthy again.