At Citypraxen you will find experts the following areas:
Disciplines & Physicians
Contact Prof. Harald Enzmann MD, (Specialist in Allergology, ENT) Michael Wahls MD, ( Specialist in ENT) The allergic reaction is a wrong response of the body to foreign, usually harmless substances. These substances are called allergens. They include for example: pollen, dust, mites, mildews or certain foods. People who are prone to allergies are called atopics.
Contact Tobias Laux, (Specialist in urology) Andrology (men’s health science) is one of the youngest branches of medicine. To detect and treat the diverse and complex conditions of the male sexual and reproductive organs is a key task of the andrologist. Understandably men feel insecure about the intimate questions and examinations.
Contact Susanne L. Schulz MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, cardiology, angiology, further specialisation phlebology) An intact vascular system is crucial for the function and maintenance of a healthy human body. Angiologists are highly specialised physicians who thoroughly deal with the diseases of the blood vessels (arteries, veins, arterioles, venules, capillaries) and lymphatic vessels. Diseases of the blood and lymphatic vessels are very complex.
Contact Heinz R. Zurbrügg MD, PhD (Specialist in surgery, heart surgery), oncological surgery The heart-surgical therapy programme includes the latest technologies. One focus is on heart valve disease and coronary revascularisation.
Contact Susanne L. Schulz MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, cardiology, angiology, further specialisation phlebology) Cardiology is a specialised branch of internal medicine. The cardiologist is primarily concerned with diseases of the cardiovascular system. Diagnosis and treatment will differ between non-invasive and invasive methods. For diagnosis simple tools as stethoscope, ECG and blood pressure measurement are used as a screening method.
Contact Karoline Jungclaus - Adamzik MD, (Specialist in dermatology, skin and venereal diseases) Anette Boschnakow MD, (Specialist in dermatology, skin and venereal diseases) Dermatology is known as the science of skin diseases. The dermatologist deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the dermis (skin), mucous membranes (mouth, genitals), hair and nails.
Contact Manola Koch MD, (Specialist in Radiology) Harry Herzog MD, (Specialist in Radiology) Two sites offer different radiological examinations after referral through your doctor CityPraxenBerlin, Friedrichstrasse 180 / corner Taubenstrasse, 10117 Berlin: open total body MRI scan Savignyplatz 5, 10623 Berlin, total body MRI angiography scan, joint scan, CT scan, CT scan angiography, virtual colonoscopy, 3D-CT scan, mammography, ultrasound, conventional X-rays and irradiation
Endocrinology (study of hormones) is a branch of internal medicine. It summarizes all diseases of the hormone-producing organs and their impact on the entire organ system. The hormones reach their destination (the target organ) through the blood (endocrine). The endocrine system is the second most important communication unit in the human body besides the nervous system.
Contact Prof. Harald Enzmann MD, (Specialist in Allergology, ENT) Michael Wahls MD, (Specialist in ENT) The ENT specialist deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the head and neck, including particularly the ears, nose and throat. One important area is the diagnosis of allergies. In many diseases of the sinuses (polyps, chronic sinusitis), the cause can be in particular a known or a hidden allergy.
Contact Prof. Harald Matthes MD (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Rüdiger Schoo (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Julia Eisenacher (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Manon Goldammer (Dietician, Nutritionist) The gastroenterologist examines the disorders and diseases of the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine and the liver, biliary tract (gall stones) and pancreas (pancreas).
Contact Anja Martschick MD, (Specialist in gynaecology, obstetrics) All diseases that affect the female genital organs belong to the field of gynaecology. Regular check-ups, including the Pap-smear, ultrasound check of uterus and ovaries and breast examinations are part of a comprehensive screening program.
Contact Prof. Michael Matthias MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, haematology, oncology) The haematologist deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of blood and bone marrow. The bone marrow produces the cellular components of blood. The best-known disease of the bone marrow is the anaemia.
Contact Heinz Helge Schauwecker MD, PhD (Specialist in orthopaedy, trauma surgery, further specialisation handsurgery) Gerrit Grieb MD, PhD (Specialist in aesthetic and plastic surgery, further specialisation handsurgery) As in no other body part, all important structures such as bones, muscles, tendons, blood vessels and nerves lie close together in a confined space. Treatment of diseases and injuries of the hand requires the special skills and knowledge of a hand surgeon.
Hyperthermia literally translates to overheating. The knowledge of ancient heat treatment is rediscovered in cancer therapy. As part of the supporting “accompanying therapies” in cancer therapy, hyperthermia is becoming increasingly common and gains recognition. Hyperthermia enhances the effect of chemotherapy and can be successfully combined with it. Additionally, hyperthermia has demonstrated its benefit also in chronic degenerative diseases.
Contact Prof. Harald Matthes MD (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Prof. Michael Matthias MD (Specialist in internal medicine, haematology, oncology) Friedemann Schad MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Rüdiger Schoo (Specialist in internal medicine, gastroenterology) Susanne L. Schulz MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, cardiology, angiology, further specialisation phlebology)
In-vitro fertilization (IVF) is a term used in reproductive medicine and describes a laboratory method fertilising eggs in a petri dish with sperms. The resulting embryo is then implanted at a very early stage in the uterus. If the fertilised egg “hatches” in the uterus, an embryo develops, thus resulting in a successful pregnancy.
Contact Manola Koch MD, (Specialist in radiology) Harry Herzog MD, (Specialist in radiology) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is indispensable in modern medicine. By using magnetic fields a view inside the body is possible. Worldwide each year over 60 million of these investigations are performed. Magnetic resonance imaging is particularly suitable for the study of soft tissues of the body (brain, spinal cord, muscles, tendons, etc.). Potentially harmful X-rays are not used in this method.
Nephrology is a branch of internal medicine Nephrologists deal with diseases of the kidney, an important detoxification organ in the body. Function of the kidneys can be disrupted in many ways. Experts distinguish between pre-renal impairment (caused by problems upstream the kidney), disorders of the kidney itself (renal dysfunction) and diseases of the kidney which are downstream (post-renal dysfunction).
Contact Bernhardine Conrad, MD, (Specialist in neurology, psychiatry, psychotherapy) Neurology is the branch o f medical science concerned with the pr even ti on, appearance , diagnosis and treatment o f diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and the muscles.
Contact Anja Martschick MD, (Specialist in gynaecology, obstetrics) Competent medical care and monitoring is crucial for a safe pregnancy. The 3D and 4D technology is a new dimension in medical ultrasound and further progress in prenatal diagnosis. Prenatal diagnosis can give women useful information during their pregnancy.
Contact Heinz R. Zurbrügg MD, PhD (Specialist in surgery, heart surgery), oncological surgery In modern cancer surgery, a close, interdisciplinary cooperation of all involved specialists is needed for a holistic approach.
Contact Prof. Michael Matthias MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, haematology, oncology) Oncology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Contact René Thomas, MD The orthopaedist or orthopaedic surgeon deals with the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons) of the human body and its associated problems. These problems can occur at birth, by acute or chronic injury or as a result of the natural aging process (osteoarthrosis, osteoarthritis). The transition to other fields, e.g. neurology with nerve compression syndromes or muscle diseases is seamless.
Contact person Peter Engelhardt MD, PhD (Specialist in orthopaedics, further specialisation in orthopaedics for children) The children's orthopaedic surgeon deals with the special problems of the musculoskeletal system of the infant, child and adolescent.
Modern pathology supports clinical medicine in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of many diseases, particularly cancer.
Contact Susanne L. Schulz MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, cardiology, angiology, further specialisation phlebology) Specialists at the vein centre examine the leg veins with ultrasound to obtain precise and reliable results. Based on these findings a tailor-made therapy concept is being developed. Beginning with the less invasive therapies like micro-foam application and/ or sclerotherapy more invasive proceedings such as radiofrequency therapy are applied in more pronounced cases. All treatments are carried out on outpatient basis. Except for extreme cases, conventional operation becomes superfluous.
Contact Gerrit Grieb MD, PhD (Specialist in aesthetic and plastic surgery, further specialisation hand surgery) More often than ever before, plastic and reconstructive surgery is an option for people of different ages. An attractive and youthful appearance is more important than ever for personal well-being and for a successful professional and personal life. Unfortunately, one's appearance does not always keep up with these claims.
Contact person Thomas Jelavic MD, (Specialist in surgery, further specialisation proctology) Horst Loch MD (Specialist in surgery, further specialisation proctology) Proctology deals with diseases of the large intestine (colon), rectum (rectum) and anus. Common diseases in this field are haemorrhoids, fissures, skin wrinkles, condyloma, anal incontinence and pelvic floor weakness (insufficiency).
Contact Dr. Bernhardine Conrad (Specialist in neurology, psychiatry, psychotherpay) Not only the body can suffer from disorders, but our mind and soul. A psychiatrist is specialized in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental diseases and disorders.
Contact Dr. Geetha Sreenivasa, (Specialist for Radiotherapy) Radiation takes place in Zentrum für Radio- und Strahlentherapie Karl-Marx-Allee 90 A, 10243 Berlin PD Dr. Roland Jacob , (Specialist for Radiology and Radiotherapy) Radiation takes place in Zentrum für Radio- und Strahlentherapie Karl-Marx-Allee 90 A, 10243 Berlin Radiation oncology plays an important role in cancer treatment. In radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy), high-energy rays are used to damage cancer cells and stop them from growing and dividing.
Rheumatology deals with diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases. Rheumatism has many faces and is rather a complex collective term for diseases associated with inflammatory reaction of the musculoskeletal system. Typical are the frequent relapses of symptoms, e.g. pain, stiffness and swelling of small joints that migrate from one joint to another.
Contact Susanne L. Schulz MD, (Specialist in internal medicine, cardiology, angiology, further specialisation phlebology) Sport plays a major role in every phase of our life. In sports medicine the interaction between the cardiovascular and the musculoskeletal system area dealt with.
Contact Heinz R. Zurbrügg MD, PhD (Specialist in surgery, heart surgery), oncological surgery Thomas Jelavic MD, (Specialist in surgery, further specialisation proctology) Horst Loch MD (Specialist in surgery, further specialisation proctology)
Contact Heinz Helge Schauwecker MD, PhD (Specialist in orthopaedy, trauma surgery, further specialisation handsurgery) Trauma surgery is diagnostics, therapy and treatment of injuries. All types of injuries, from a simple skin wound to the complex fracture with soft tissue damage or organ damage are treated by the trauma surgeon.
Contact Nicole Bohl, (Specialist in urology) Tobias Laux, (Specialist in urology) The urologist deals with the diseases of the kidney and urinary tract (ureters, bladder, urethra) in both genders.
Visceral surgery (also called abdominal surgery) is a branche in medicine and includes the de tec ti on and operative treatment of di sea ses, in juries, malformations of organs or of hollow o rgans such a s the stomach and inte sti ne. The vesiceral surgeon is specialised in the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus to the anus).
Contact Viktoria Kelm-Lesch (Specialist in physical therapy) Jessica Erbersdobler (Specialist in physical therapy for children, Bobath therapy) Physiotherapy is a holistic patient-centred, individual way of working with targeted movements, touches (massage), application of physical energy (heat, cold) and communication which leads to restoration of impaired function of the musculoskeletal system.