The Department of Neurosurgery consists of the Division of General Neurosurgery, the Division of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery and the Division of Epileptology.
We treat patients with disorders concerning the brain, the spine, the spinal cord and the nervous system.
Additional clinical focus areas of the Department of Neurosurgery are:
- Skull base surgery
- Vascular neurosurgery
- Disorders of the pituitary gland
- Pediatric neurosurgery
- Movement disorders
- Stem cell therapy
- Disorders of the peripheral nerves
- Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome
A hospital of maximum care, we offer a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities, all according to the latest scientific findings and state-of-the-art technology, with all available surgical treatment methods in particular. In order to successfully reach our goal of comprehensive medical care, the patient is always at the center of our attention.
It is of the utmost importance to individualize treatment according to the patient’s needs and thus ensure a specific fostering of the healing process.
Since we are a part of the Neurocenter and due to short distances and an efficient cooperation with the neighboring departments of neuromedicine, we are able to provide comprehensive medical and nursing care. You, as the patient, benefit from this not only in outpatient care, but also during inpatient treatment and counseling.
We are characterized by the high quality of our services. However, this quality is not achieved easily. In order to meet the requirements of optimal patient care, cost effectiveness as well as future-oriented research and teaching, we practice intensive quality management.
With this, we can ensure further advancements in all of our fields of work in order to achieve the best possible care for patients and an excellent performance in research and teaching. Due to the multitude of the research projects we conduct and take part in, we can guarantee the best possible diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation for all our patients as only future-oriented research can create high standards in medicine that are long-lasting.