Breast Surgery

  • Biopsies (for example, in the case of cysts)
  • Punch biopsies (also known as „Tru-cut“) carried out in the clinic on an outpatient basis, in order to provide sound findings using minimally invasive diagnostic assessments
  • Outpatient operations in the hospital: removal of small, benign tumors or lumps
  • Surgeries to remove large, benign tumors carried out on an inpatient basis at the hospital
  • Inpatient surgeries at the hospital for malignant tumors (ductal or lobular carcinoma = breast cancer): breast-conserving surgery, removal of lymph nodes, including sentinel node  technique, mastectomy (removal of the breast), reconstructive surgery in collaboration with plastic surgeons.

Lower Abdominal / Pelvic Surgery

  • D&C procedure (dilation and curettage)
  • Hysteroscopy (endoscopic examination of cervix and uterus)
  • Laparoscopic surgery (minimally invasive surgery, also known as "band-aid“ or „keyhole“surgery)
    — Diagnostic laparoscopy: diagnostic assessment of gynecological diseases (uterus, ovaries, pelvis)
    — Therapeutic laparoscopy: minimally invasive surgical procedure for lower abdomen and pelvic conditions
    — Laparoscopic tubal ligation (fallopian tube sterilization)
    — Laparoscopic myomectomy (removal of uterine fibroids, preserving and leaving the uterus in place)
    — Laparoscopic hysterectomy (removal of the uterus)
  • Hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus)
    — Total hysterectomy (includes cervix, may or not include adnexa and/ or ovaries) / supra-cervical or subtotal hysterectomy (retains cervix, may or not include adnexa and / or ovaries)
    — Laparoscopically-assisted total vaginal hysterectomy (with / without adnexa and ovaries) (LAVH)
    — Laparoscopically-assisted partial supravaginal hysterectomy (with / without adnexa and ovaries) (LASH)
  • Adnexal surgery (surgeries of the ovaries and fallopian tubes, for benign tumors, cysts or malignant tumors)

Vaginal Surgeries

  • D&C (clearing the uterine lining)
  • Hysteroscopy (endoscopic examination of the uterine cavity)
  • Hydro-Thermal endometrial ablation (HTA) for bleeding disorders that have not responded to other treatments. We use a well-established and effective method. A small balloon is inserted through the passageway between the vagina and the uterine cavity and Cavaterm (heated saline) is introduced in order to shrink and stabilize (ablate) the lining of the uterus (Endometrium).  This quick, minimally invasive and gentle procedure can make it possible in certain cases to avoid removing the uterus. Of the women undergoing this procedure due to heavy and / or painful periods, well over 80%  experience an improvement in quality of life. 
  • Vaginal hysterectomy (removal of the uterus through the vagina)
  • Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and / or associated incontinence using TVT (Tension-free vaginal tape), to re-establish pelvic support by strengthening and tightening the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic floor.

Surgery of the external genitalia (labia, vulva)

  • Correction of injuries to birth canal and pelvic floor resulting from childbirth
  • Biopsies to diagnose lesions
  • Labiaplasty, labial reduction: surgical correction in cases of enlargement or asymmetry of the labia


Procedures of greater complexity are carried out at the following clinics:

Less complex procedures can also be carried out on an outpatient basis at these clinics (also for patients with basic insurance plans)