Special Clinical Focus
- Intervertebral disc wear
- Herniated intervertebral disc
- Spinal canal constriction
- Spinal vertebra fracture
- Back pain
The renowned spinal specialist, Prof. Rudolf Beisse, enjoys an outstanding reputation in the field of spinal surgery. As one of only 19 surgeons across Germany, he not only has the Basic Certificate and the Master Certificate of the German Spinal Association (DWG), but he also possesses the Certificate of Excellence. This certificate, which is only awarded to acknowledged spinal surgeons in long-standing leading positions and with considerable scientific authority, underlines Prof. Beisse’s expertise in this field and distinguishes him as one of the best spinal surgeons in Germany. Prof. Beisse is the Senior Consultant at the Spinal Centre of the Benedictus Hospital in Tutzing. He has around 35 years of experience in his specialist field and has been active in a leading position for just on three decades. As well, the spinal specialist in Tutzing is not only active in important specialist associations but he is also a particularly important member: among other positions, he was President of the DWG in 2009.
Over the course of his medical career, Prof. Beisse has successfully completed several specialist training courses and is thus in a position to evaluate diagnostic findings with the highest degree of competence. He has published numerous contributions in specialist journals and is the author of various textbooks on surgical procedures. Prof. Beisse has been awarded prestigious prizes for his various presentations at specialist conferences. On the patient level, an independent medical practitioner evaluation portal has already listed Prof. Beisse four times as one of its recommended medical practitioners.
The outstandingly qualified team of the Spinal Centre treats the entire range of spinal conditions, such as herniated discs, intervertebral disc wear, spinal canal stenosis, spinal vertebra fracture and spondylolisthesis. The specialists are also available for a second opinion. The actual surgical treatment is very often able to be performed minimally invasively, so that the surgical site need not be exposed by means of a large surgical incision.
The Spinal Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art technology: here, a 3-D image converter, for example, is used during the procedure. This displays computed tomography images in real time and hence enables three-dimensional orientation. Prof. Beisse and his colleagues can also rely on the most up-to-date navigation equipment currently available for drilling bone. For the patient, the combination of experience and competence of the personnel and the use of state-of-the-art technology means a high degree of safety and the best prospect of success.
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