Neurosurgery in Germany / Top clinic in Germany, Friedrichshafen

Neurosurgery in Germany

The Neurological clinic in Friedrichshafen is one of the best examples of a modern successful medical institution, which profits from high-end technologies and scientific breakthroughs. The neurology clinic is headed (since July 2011) by Professor Roman Huber, an experienced specialist, who deals with all kinds of neurological disorders, heart attacks and strokes.

Over the last years the neurosurgical clinics in Germany have progressed significantly: new visualizing equipment, high-tech neuronavigation, special endoscopic and microscopic apparatus allow performing all possible operative interventions saving brain and marrow functions undamaged. Friedrichshafen neurosurgical clinic in Germany can offer the patients all kinds of neurosurgical surgeries.

Friedrichshafen neurosurgical clinic in Germany is famous not only for its high standards in the treatment of neurological tumors (glioma, glioblastoma, meningioma, metastases in brain, acoustic neuroma, pituitary tumor, multiple sclerosis), but also for treatment of backbone diseases (spinal stenosis, prolapse of intervertebral disc), vascular diseases (aneurysm, arteriovenous malformation) and many others, including epileptiform neuralgia, Lindau disease (cerebroretinal angiomatosis), hydrocephalus with normal intracranial pressure.

The direction of Neurosurgical clinic of Friedrichshafen

Experienced neurosurgeons of Friedrichshafen clinic perform operations by the following directions:

  • Neuro-oncology, first-class treatment of brain tumors in Germany
  • Neurophysiology
  • Neurotraumatology
  • Pediatric neurosurgery
  • Peripheral nerves surgery, plexus surgery, neurosurgery
  • Acoustic neuroma treatment
  • neurofibromatosis treatment
  • Diagnostics and surgical treatment of epilepsy
  • Functional and restorative neurosurgical treatment
  • Treatment of brain aneurism
  • Vascular neurosurgery
  • Neurosurgical treatment of cerebral vessels
  • Pituitary surgery
  • Spine surgery
  • Skull base surgery
  • Myelosyringosis (chronic nervous system) neurosurgical treatment
  • Intervertebral disc prolapse surgeries, spinal neurosurgical treatment in Germany
  • Spinal stenosis treatment, spinal neurosurgery
  • Cognitive neurosurgery
  • Navigated and controlled microsurgery / endoscopy in Germany

All these methods are implemented according to the highest European standards. The clinic performs more than 2 000 operations annually.

Surgical methods in Friedrichshafen neurosurgical clinic in Germany

Friedrichshafen Clinic provides the following neurosurgical procedures:

  • Microsurgery (operative microscope is one of the most important tools for neurosurgeons that provides powerful image magnification, improving the sharpness and contrast, 3D-format)
  • Functional monitoring
  • Neuronavigation
  • Functional neuronavigation
  • Navigation in aneurysm treatment
  • Intraoperational visualization
  • Neurosurgical operations in full patient’s consciousness
  • Fluorescein angiography with indocyanine green (ICG)
  • Medically induced fluorescence with 5-ALA
  • Functional neurosurgery (deep brain stimulation)
  • Neuroendoscopic surgeries
  • Intraoperational technologies

The treatment of oncologic diseases in Friedrichshafen neurosurgical clinic is based on applying deep interdisciplinary system approach. Surgery in Germany has achieved high results in treatment of oncological diseases. Doctors of our clinic can guarantee patients with tumor and metastases in brain the best perspectives of treatment in accordance with acknowledged international standards. The most efficient treatment approach for brain tumors successfully applied in our clinic is minimally invasive, radical operative interventions with maximal safety.

Currently more and more people come to our clinic with disk herniation diagnosis. Neurosurgical intervention used for disk prolapse treatment implies using surgical microscope and maximally attenuated microsurgical techniques. Surgeries for removing disk herniation are ones of the most frequent in Friedrichshafen neurosurgical clinic. Fully endoscopic and assisted endoscopic techniques allow decreasing the operation volume and speed up the recovery process.

The newest achievements and revolutionary methods used in our neurosurgical clinic create opportunities for effective treatment of brain and marrow oncologic diseases, as well as other neurological conditions that earlier were considered as incurable.

The neurological and neurosurgical department of Friedrichshafen Clinic covers almost the whole range of operative services in the area of neurosurgery. We perform more than 800 neurosurgical operations every year, and this number grows every year.

Neurosurgical clinic in Germany provides medicine of the highest possible level that provides patients with ultramodern, properly tested diagnostic and treatment methods. In Friedrichshafen clinic you will find qualified specialists with many years of experience in neurosurgery who create the most effective treatment systems for each patient individually. Our attentive personnel will meet you with a smile and positive attitude, the cozy atmosphere of our clinic will help you to set your mind on positive treatment results.

Neurosurgery in Germany

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Comments and questions

Silva Jalava Tue, 30 Jul 18:21

Hello,I have lipomeningomyelocele which has been operated 4 times in the past,first when I was sixteen,last one in2014.I have had 2 surgeries to untetcher spinal cord from scar tissue,but last two times retetchering has occured due post-operative scar tissue.Since beginning of 2018 ive suffered under severe nerve pain,which started from genital area and then spreaded to everywhere under waistline,pain has been severely debilitating since then.I have tried almost all nerve pain medications including opioids,but I get serious side effects from every single one of them.Latest scenario I got extreme anxiety from tramadol withdrawal and im experiencing harsh symptoms from almost all medicine,except Lyrica at the dosage 375mg,it has helped a little but I can walk only max one km a day.I have asked for help from different specialists in Finland,but according to them there is nothing to be done,sacral stimulator,tens etc have all been tried but without success.I have searched internet for alternative surgical techniques which could help to untetcher spinal cord,since normal open surgery hasnt helped in the past.So im asking your clinic for a second opinion.Do you think there is anything to be done?Could minimally invasive surgery help?Y sincerely,Silva Jalava.

Rosaline Mon, 05 Mar 12:27


My father is suffering from Anaplastic Meningioma. He has already had 3 surgeries, radio therapy and sandostatin treatment but the tumour is still coming back.
Is there a solution to this? Do you offer any treatment for this?

jamal Thu, 01 Mar 19:49

Peripheral neurosurgery

Angela Lowers Tue, 10 Oct 10:28

My husband has a meningioma and we need help fast

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Prof DM Roman Huber

Prof DM Roman Huber
Head of the Neurology Department

MD A. Unrath

MD A. Unrath
Head physician assistant




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