conventional and
minimal invasive
visceral surgery

Viszeral Surgery

My line of surgery is called “visceral surgery”. Starting off with training in general surgery I spent many years specializing in visceral surgery. The list below shows the main areas of interest. Important operations will be discussed in detail in the following chapters.


  • Operations of the colon and rectum (large bowel)

  • Operations of the stomach

  • Operations of the small bowel

  • Operations of the gall bladder and the bile ducts

  • Operations of the abdominal wall (inguinal and other hernias)

  • Operations of the thyroid Operations of anal conditions (proctology)

    This includes all operations for benign (e.g. gallstones, appendicitis, diverticulitis, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) and malignant ( e.g. colon or gastric cancer) diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.  Here we can also offer our patients state of the art multi modality treatment options.

Where does it hurt?

Discover visceral surgery and its diversity with our interactive body map.

Consultation in my office

The purpose of my office is consultation. Here I want to talk to my patients. This is very important to me.

Minimal invasive surgery

Hospital stay and recovery time decrease with minimal invasive surgery, an early return to work and social life is ensured.