Pauwels Clinic for Peripheral Nerve and Microsurgery Aachen

Aachen, Germany
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96% PatientScore?
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4.9 on Google
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Pauwels Clinic for Peripheral Nerve and Microsurgery Aachen
Pauwels Clinic for Peripheral Nerve and Microsurgery Aachen
Pauwels Clinic for Peripheral Nerve and Microsurgery Aachen

About the hospital

Pauwels Clinic for peripheral nerve and hand microsurgery Aachen is a highly specialised medical institution that provides quality medical services to patients with diseases and injuries of the hand and pathological changes in the peripheral nerves. 

Treatment in the Pauwels clinic is carried out outpatient and inpatient. The clinic patients live in comfortable rooms equipped with a bathroom with a toilet and a shower. The room is furnished with a comfortable bed and a bedside table. All chambers are made in a modern and cosy design. The clinic also offers tasty and healthy three meals a day. 

The range of clinic services covers all types of interventions on hand, ranging from simple manipulations to technically complex operations. Significant interventions, incredibly complex peripheral interventions on nerves and soft tissues, require longer inpatient follow-up. They are carried out at the Franziskus Hospital and Marien Hospital, all available facilities, including intensive care. In the field of microsurgery of the peripheral nerves, the focus is on operations to treat injuries to the brachial plexus and nerves in other parts of the body. 

The clinic annually takes part in international congresses and symposiums. The clinic employs highly qualified doctors with rich clinical experience and deep knowledge in their field of specialisation, which goes hand in hand with the innovative achievements of modern medicine. Doctors and caring nursing staff constantly undergo advanced training to ensure a high level of medical services. As a result, patients can be confident in being treated according to the latest international standards.

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Founded in 2002
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Is it possible to treat thoracic outlet syndrome in the clinic?

The surgeons have extensive experience in diagnosing thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). Doctors apply surgical decompression to treat pathology. The operation is carried out in stationary conditions. The hospitalization is expected to be 2-3 days.

What types of anaesthesia are offered for diagnosis and treatment in the clinic?

Pauwels Clinic for peripheral nerve and hand microsurgery Aachen offers a wide range of pain relief, including spinal anaesthesia, epidural anaesthesia, plexus anaesthesia and intravenous regional anaesthesia.

Does the clinic perform burn surgery?

The team successfully treats severe burns, which are life-threatening conditions and require intensive care. In addition to physical therapy (compression treatment), several surgeries are usually necessary, to restore as much mobility as possible by moving or repositioning muscles, tendons, and skin.

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About the city

Aachen is a city in western Germany in North Rhine-Westphalia, located a few kilometres from the border with Belgium and the Netherlands. The town is famous for its balneological resorts and is one of the most historically significant cities in the country.

Aachen is attractive for tourists due to a large selection of remarkable places, ancient buildings and entertainment. Exciting excursion programs are held here for vacationers. The city is known for the unique Aachen Cathedral, which is UNESCO World Heritage Listed, and the treasury of Charlemagne. Quite famous are the Eifel Park and the balneological resort. The resort has 38 thermal springs with sodium chloride water, which is used to treat skin diseases, diseases of the joints, nervous and cardiovascular systems.

On the western outskirts of the city is the University Hospital Aachen (RWTH). With a combination of teaching, research and patient care under one roof, it is one of the most significant hospital buildings in the world. There are also private clinics here, including Pauwels Clinic for peripheral nerve and hand microsurgery, Marien Hospital and Franziskus Hospital.

Today Aachen is a modern, developing city that combines rich culture and cutting-edge technologies. The most advanced clinics, research centres, the Technical University, music and cultural festivals, and city fairs attract thousands of tourists worldwide.

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