Special forms of therapy in our practice
Proctological diseases are usually not life-threatening, but they can cause serious health problems. There are many different treatment methods, but you are not sure which one is best for you? Maybe you have already tried a few things without achieving the desired success.
A doctor who specializes in some innovative treatment methods usually has a deeper understanding of these techniques and has more experience in their application. As a result, he or she can treat the patient in a more targeted and effective manner and increase the chances of successful treatment. In addition, it is often reassuring for the patient to know that his or her doctor is particularly experienced and competent in a particular field.
We therefore do not offer the entire spectrum of possible surgical techniques, but have selected those that we believe combine the greatest prospects of success with the least potential for complications.
If our methods ever prove to be less than optimal, we can usually recommend a colleague who will use the most appropriate treatment method for you.
For superficial anal fistulas with little sphincter involvement, excision (fistulectomy) offers by far the best chance of cure. We always perform this procedure with laser and magnifying glasses. This enables a particularly precise and tissue-conserving operation.
Cutting out the anal fissure is now standard surgical therapy with excellent healing rates. Also in this procedure we achieve best treatment results by the use of laser and magnifying glasses. With the help of glasses we can see even the smallest details and the laser enables faster and better wound healing.
Enlarged haemorrhoids, which cause symptoms such as itching, can be treated in different ways. In addition to proven conservative therapy methods such as sclerotherapy or rubber band ligation, treatments and operations with laser offer a modern treatment approach. Here you will find further information on the treatments LHP, laser hemorhoidectomy and HAL-RAR.
Magnetic field therapy is a non-invasive procedure in which a magnetic field stimulates both the pelvic floor muscles directly and the associated nerves. Two effects can be achieved with this: Strengthening the muscles and improving sensory perception in this area.
Laser light has been used successfully in medicine for a long time. It stimulates various processes in cells and can thus alleviate pain, promote wound healing and work against inflammation and swelling. The application of low-level laser therapy shows no risks and is particularly well tolerated.
The CAP method is an innovative procedure with a variety of positive effects on the human body. These include the possibility of germ reduction even of otherwise resistant bacteria in infections and inflammations. In addition, CAP can stimulate tissue regeneration and promote the mobilization of cells of the immune system. Increased cellular metabolic activity can help the body heal and regenerate more quickly. In addition, in some cases CAP can inhibit tumor growth and relieve pain and itching. For example, CAP is already being used successfully to treat atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, and has the potential to become a promising and gentle treatment method for a wide range of conditions.