Dear patients and relatives, dear colleagues,

I would like to welcome you to Swiss Surgery, a network of internationally recognised experts! Our multidisciplinary surgical cooperation enables the best possible surgical treatment of complex oncological and vascular diseases in accordance with internationally recognized guidelines, yet individually tailored.

In contrast to other regions of the body, neurovascular diseases and brain tumors have a special feature: they affect the organ which is the centre of our perception, consciousness, thinking, feeling and behaviour. Accordingly, my goal always is to achieve the best operative result, gently and safely while at the same time putting the least possible strain on the patients. This is made possible by the consistent use of the latest minimally invasive techniques, both in the planning and in the execution of the operation. The advantages for the patients are significantly reduced risks, a shorter, less stressful recovery phase, the preservation of the quality of life and – if possible – a complete recovery from the operation.

After working at the Anatomical Institute in Budapest, the Neurosurgical University Clinic of Mainz and the University Hospital of Zurich, I established the Center for Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery at the Hirslanden Clinic in Zurich in 2009. My surgical competence and many years of experience with innovative endoscopic treatment methods give my patients the certainty that they receive the best possible treatment.

We cordially welcome patients of all insurance classes!

Prof. Robert Reisch

seit 2020 Swiss Surgery – Expertise in Cancer & Operative Treatment
2009 Foundation of the Centre for Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery at the Hirslanden Clinic Zurich
Mar 2008 Head Physician of the Neurosurgical Clinic, University Hospital Zurich (USZ) Director: Prof. Dr. H. Bertalanffy
2005 Senior consultant of the NCM
2005 Appointment as university professor
2004 – 2004 Habilitation, Venia Legendi in Neurosurgery – Topic: The supraorbital keyhole craniotomy. Concept, surgical anatomy and clinical applications in neurosurgery
2003 – 2004 Second degree at the Center for Distance Learning and University Continuing Education (ZFUW) at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern – Topic: Management of Health and Social Services
2003 Recognition as specialist for neurosurgery
1997 – 2008 Research assistant at the Neurosurgical University Clinic Mainz (NCM) Director: Prof. Dr. A. Perneczky
1996 – 1997 Research assistant at the Institute of Anatomy, Semmelweis University, Budapest
Sep 1996 “Doctorate with the grade summa cum laude on the microsurgical anatomy of the sinus cavernosus”
1990 – 1996 Medical studies at the Semmelweis University of Budapest
Swiss Surgery
Hirslanden Clinic
St. Anna Clinic
Clinic Stephanshorn
Swiss Neuro Institute
Endomin – Center for Endoscopic & Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery
Neurosurgery Hirslanden Zurich
German Society for Neurosurgery
German Academic Association
Partner with h-care
Member of the international “Neurosurgery Advisory Board” of Aesculap. Area of expertise: “Minimally invasive neurosurgery and neuroendoscopy”.
Tutor of the German-language event of the German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC) and the Neurosurgical Academy for Training, Advanced and Continuing Education (NCAFW) “Training Course Cranial Endoscopic Neurosurgery of the NCAFW” in Berlin
Speaker at the German-language training course “Training Course Cranial Endoscopic Neurosurgery for Operating Room Personnel” at the Aesculap Academy in Berlin
Director and course leader of the international advanced training course “Basic Intracranial Neuroendoscopy” of the Aesculap Academy in Berlin
Director and course leader of the international advanced training course “Advanced Intracranial Neuroendoscopy” at the Aesculap Academy in Tuttlingen
Director and course instructor of the international advanced training course “Applied Intracranial Neuroendoscopy” of the Aesculap Academy in Stuttgart / Tuttlingen / Zurich
Member of the Advisory and Editorial Board of the journals: Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery and Interventional Medicine & Applied Science

Entfernung eines Hirntumors: mit einem Endoskop durch die Nase

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