– Marie Curie
- Katharine Hepburn
What I can do for you:
The private practice
The practice is in
We offer free parking, barrier-free accessibility, a children’s play corner, payment with ATM or credit card.
I look forward to welcoming you in my medical practice.
Our opening hours are
Monday 8.00 – 17.00
Tuesday by appointment only
Wednesday 10.00 – 19.00
Thursday 8.00 – 16.00
Friday by appointment only
Please make an appointment via E-Mail or telephone. I will strive to keep wait times to a minimum.
If it is not possible for you to make your appointment, please be sure to call and cancel in order to avoid a “no-show” fee of 85 Euros.
The meaning of …
Gynecology and Obstetrics
In my profession, I strive to provide a personal experience that tends to the individual needs of my patients. My field is a medical niche that requires trust and mutual respect. I pride myself in offering a caring environment in which to welcome new life, as well as to provide a safe haven for women in sensitive, as well as vulnerable, phases of their life: puberty, first love, contraception, menopause, etc. It is imperative to me in fostering good rapport to have enough time to thoroughly talk about the concerns of my patients. I will give you my undivided attention, as long as necessary, to ensure that a trusting patient/doctor relationship can thrive.
Every woman is welcomed.
If medical clarification does not provide a diagnosis, it may be helpful to look beyond the obvious confines of disease: the first level is biological, the second is the individual experience of those affected (e.g., the meaning given to things in life), the interpersonal interactions within the family system (family, partnership, childhood, environment, etc.), and the cultural factors that influence our development.
A small change in perspective can set a major transformation process in motion. Mindfulness, respect, and the involvement of other areas of life are close to my heart.
Pregnancy is a special time in the life of a woman. Physical and psychological changes ensue . As such, it is of utmost importance for the woman to be well-informed and confident during the course of her pregnancy, the birth and the subsequent aftercare . I urge my patients to ask as many question as they see fit, as well as to mention any fears or insecurities that my arise. Longer conversations are often necessary. I am happy to deal with your individual concerns and will always take the time to find a satisfactory solution together.
Being able to accompany a women through this special time is undoubtedly the most rewarding perk of my occupation.
… is a term that has become more important in recent times. The breast is an organ that is often perceived with ambivalent feelings, regardless of age: on the one hand as a symbol of femininity and as a pleasure organ, on the other hand with anxious fear of a disease.
Women want to be taken seriously in these matters. Competent advice, empathy, easy-to-understand explanations, and joint decision-making are indispensable here.