- Intervertebral disc surgery (percutaneous, endoscopic, microsurgical)
- Brain and spinal cord tumors (including vestibular schwannoma, pituitary adenoma)
- Vascular malformations (aneurysm, angioma)
- Neurovascular decompression
- Carotid surgery
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
The main focus of surgical and scientific activity is the application and development of minimally invasive surgical techniques in neurosurgery (so-called keyhole surgery, neuroendoscopy). In my view, the perception of the patient as a whole and the intensive human care before and after the operation is just as important as the use of all the modern technical capabilities (neurosurgery is one of the most expounded subjects in high-tech medicine). Approx 400 to 450 operations annually.