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Clinic for Hand Surgery and Peripheral Nerve Microsurgery Aachen

Aachen, Germany

The Clinic for Hand Surgery and Peripheral Nerve Microsurgery is an advanced medical facility that offers high-quality medical services for patients with hand diseases and injuries, pathological changes in the peripheral nerves. 

The clinic employs highly qualified doctors who have rich clinical experience, deep knowledge in the area of their specialization, who go hand in hand with the innovative achievements of modern medicine.

The service range of the clinic covers all the hand interventions, ranging from simple manipulations to technically complex operations. The most common hand pathologies faced by the experienced doctors of the clinic include carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger fingers, Dupuytren's contracture, finger and wrist arthrosis, syndactyly and others.

In the field of peripheral nerve microsurgery, the focus is on surgeries to treat injuries of the brachial plexus and nerves of other parts of the body. In severe injuries, doctors prefer nerve transplantation, while in a minor nerve damage due to the tumor or other external influences, microsurgical removal of scar tissue is sufficient to achieve the optimal result.

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Patients rooms

The patients of the clinic live in comfortable patient rooms, equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a toilet and a shower. The patient room is furnished with a comfortable bed, a bedside table. All patient rooms are made in modern design.

Meals and Menus

The clinic offers delicious and healthy three meals a day: a nutritious buffet breakfast, a hearty lunch and dinner. The menu also features dietary and vegetarian dishes.

Further details

Standard rooms include:



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

The main attraction of Aachen is its Cathedral, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. A unique monument of architecture also strikes with its interior: the magnificent decoration of the cathedral, the treasury, the majestic sarcophagus with the remains of Charlemagne and his marble throne. The Market Square is decorated with the Gothic Town Hall of the XIV century and the ancient Roman Tower of Granus. The St. Mary’s and St. Peter’s Churches, built in the XIX century, also amaze with their greatness. Aachen offers a rich selection of Art Galleries, among which stands the Suermondt Ludwig Museum, which presents the paintings of Rembrandt and Goya.

Today's Aachen combines a rich historical past and highly developed, modern technologies. The most advanced clinics, research centers, the Technical University, music and cultural festivals, city fairs attract thousands of tourists from all over the world.