Paracelsus Clinic Munich

Munich, Germany
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97% PatientScore?
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Paracelsus Clinic Munich
Paracelsus Clinic Munich
Paracelsus Clinic Munich

About the hospital

Paracelsus Clinic Munich is a highly specialized medical facility that offers medical services to the highest international standards. The exceptional location in a quiet, green area, but at the same time in the centre of a prestigious residential area, contributes to the amiable and family atmosphere that characterizes the clinic.

The hospital's bright and welcoming patient rooms have a TV, Wi-Fi and radio. In addition, each room has a specialized bed, bathroom and nurse call button. The clinic offers a balanced and healthy diet based on the nutritional guidelines of the German Nutrition Society (DGE). Every day, patients can make their breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The medical team's goal at the Paracelsus Clinic is to provide patients with clear and lasting relief and healing. For this, doctors use the most modern therapeutic procedures and the utmost care from a highly specialized team of medical specialists and nursing staff. The main areas are, among other things, treating patients with bedsores and chronic wounds. Wound care is carried out with dressings and modern methods, including vacuum therapy and fat stem cell transplantation. When indicated, doctors use gentle laser therapy with the CARLO® system. The Paracelsus Clinic in Munich is the first clinic in Germany to use this gentle technology in its routine work.

The specialized departments of the hospital include general surgery, otolaryngology, orthopaedics, proctology and spinal surgery. One of the critical departments is also oral, jaw and facial surgery, where specialists primarily work on the aesthetic and cosmetic parts of the treatment. Each patient receives the most individual consultation and treatment through coordinated surgical and conservative therapies. Clinic Paracelsus is a home with family charm and a friendly atmosphere. For the medical team, the personal well-being of each patient throughout the entire period of stay in the hospital is of particular importance.

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Founded in 2002
3,000 patients
60 beds available
N/A departments

Can I treat chronic wounds at the Paracelsus Clinic in Munich?

Patients with chronic wounds are treated according to the "Expert Standard for Chronic Wounds", the highest quality standard for pressure ulcer treatment. The broad therapeutic spectrum of modern wound healing disorders includes alginates, foil dressings, and vacuum therapy.

Does the clinic have a spine surgery centre?

The spine surgery centre performs approximately 2,400 surgeries annually, which include spinal surgery for pinched nerves using a flexible U-shaped implant to reduce pressure on the spinal canal. In addition, the injection of special cement through one puncture stabilises the vertebral fracture.

What diseases are treated by the proctologists of the hospital?

Diseases, injuries, functional disorders and other changes in the rectum are treated in proctology. These include, for example, anal abscesses, as well as anal fissure surgery, anal fistula surgery or haemorrhoid surgery. Treatment is carried out using medical, endoscopic and surgical methods.

About the city

Munich is an outstanding city in Bavaria, the southern part of Germany. It is the third-biggest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. Munich is known for its cultural, scientific and business advances. Some of the most famous brands based in Munich include Oktoberfest, BMW, Siemens and MAN. 

The city is rightfully considered a great tourist attraction, at any season. The central square, Marienplatz, is especially attractive before Christmas for its holiday markets. Oktoberfest is held from the end of September - to the beginning of October and is perhaps the most famous annual cultural tradition in Germany. It is a beer festival that includes traditional and modern carnival amusements. For the warm weather, there are the Olympic Park - a sports centre, built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, and the Englischer Garten, the largest city park in the country. 

Munich is leading in science and technology, is considered the IT capital of Germany and houses the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science. The Bavarian State Library is the biggest in Germany and one of the most important in Europe. Medicine in Munich has developed accordingly: there are two leading medical faculties and around 350 companies involved in medical technology and research. The leading hospitals include: University Hospital rehts der Isar of the Technical University (TUM) Munich and the University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich both of them are considered among the best hospitals in the world. Additionally, there are plenty of smaller facilities: Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich, Dermatology Centre Prof. Braun-Falco Munich, etc.

To sum up, Munich is an impressive city both as a tourist attraction and an economic centre. It incorporates historical, traditional heritage with high-tech advancements that are developed in the city every day. Munich offers interesting sites for almost any taste, for any season of the year.

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