University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden

Dresden, Germany

Facial nerve paresis diagnosis (program ID: 91841)

Heinz Reichmann

Prof. Dr. med.

Heinz Reichmann

Department of Neurology

Specialized in: neurology

Curriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down

Beruflicher Werdegang

1973 - 1979        Studium der Humanmedizin an der Universität Freiburg, Praktisches Jahr mit Wahlfach Anaesthesie

1979                  Approbation als Arzt

1979               Promotion zum Doktor der Medizin an der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Freiburg am 3.12.1979 mit der Note "sehr gut" bei Prof. Dr. med. G. W. Löhr. Titel der Dissertation: Untersuchungen zur Kinetik der Strophanthin-Bindung an die intakte Erythozytenmembran: Wechselwirkung zwischen intrazellulären Natrium- und Kaliumionen und Rolle der Protonenkonzentration und des Membranpotentials.

1980 - 1983       Ausbildungsstipendiat der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft und der Fritz Thyssen-Stiftung (Sonderprogramm zur Förderung besonders befähigter junger Wissenschaftler) am Lehrstuhl für Biochemie (Prof. Dr. D. Pette) an der Universität Konstanz. Mehrere Forschungsaufenthalte in den Jahren 1981 - 1983 am University College London bei Prof. Dr. G. Vrbovà zur physiologischen Analyse dystropher Muskulatur.

1983 - 1984         Auslandsstipendium der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft am Neurologischen Institut der Columbia University New York (Prof. Dr. S. DiMauro/Prof. Dr. D. C. De Vivo)

1988                   Habilitation für Neurologie (Thema: Mitochondriale Myopathien) und Venia legendi



1984 - 1987         Stationsdienst auf einer Allgemeinstation, der Privatstation und der Intensivstation der Neurologischen Klinik Würzburg (Direktor: Prof. Dr. H. G. Mertens)

1987                   1 Jahr Akutstation, Psychiatrische Universitätsklinik Würzburg (Direktor: Prof. Dr. H. Beckmann)

1987                   Gebietsarzt für Neurologie

1988                   klinischer Oberarzt

1988 - 1989         Neurophysiologische Ausbildung bei Prof. Dr. med. K. Ricker (ehem. Leiter der Neurophysiologie der Neurologischen Klinik Würzburg)

1990 - 1996         Universitätsprofessor für Neurologie (C3) a.L.; Oberarzt und Vertreter des Klinikdirektors (im Turnus); Leiter des Energiestoffwechsellabors; Leiter des biochemischen und morphologischen Muskellabors

1992 - 1996         Mitglied des Fachbereichsrates der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Würzburg

1992 - 1996         Mitglied der Ethik-Kommission der Universität Würzburg

SEIT 1996           Direktor der Neurologischen Universitätsklinik Dresden

SEIT 2005           Dekan der Medizinischen Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus

2009 - 2010         1. Vorsitzender der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie

2011 - 2012         Präsident der European Neurological Society

Preise und Auszeichnungen

1984      Young Histochemists Award der Internationalen Histochemischen Gesellschaft

1987      Award von der International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism

1988      Heinrich Pette Preis der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie

1988      Preisträger der Jubiläumsstiftung zum 400-jährigen Bestehen der Universität Würzburg

1991      Myopathie-Preis der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Muskelkrankheiten

1992      1. Posterpreis beim Dt. Neurologen Kongreß in Saarbrücken

1993      Preis für ZNS-Forschung in der Geriatrie


  • Biochemische Untersuchungen des Energiestoffwechsels und seiner Störungen im ZNS, Muskel, Fibroblasten und Blutzellen
  • Seit 1. 5. 1986 eigenes, von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft durch mehrere Beihilfen unterstütztes (Re 265) Forschungslabor an der Neurologischen Universitätsklinik, Thema: Mitochondriale Zytopathien
  • 1989 - 1992 von der Wilhelm-Sander-Stiftung unterstütztes Forschungsvorhaben: Muskeleinzelfasermessungen
  • Seit Februar 1992 BMFT-Beihilfe zum Thema: Biochemische und molekularbiologische Aspekte des Morbus Parkinson; Verbund Frankfurt - Würzburg
  • Seit September 1992 BMFT-Beihilfe zum Thema: Basalganglien und deren Erkrankungen. Verbund Marburg -Göttingen - Würzburg
About the department keyboard_arrow_down

The Department of Neurology at the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital in Dresden Germany deals with all diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system as well as the muscles. The most important diseases of neurology are circulatory disorders of the brain (stroke), multiple sclerosis, so-called neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson syndrome and cerebellar disease. In addition, we deal with headaches, dizziness as well as memory and concentration problems. We have a focus in the treatment of epilepsy, including epilepsy surgery. For Parkinson disease, we offer a complex treatment, the use of modern drugs, pumps and deep brain stimulation. In our ICU the seriously ill patients with cerebral hemorrhage, meningitis and other serious diseases of the brain are treated.


Program includes:

  • Initial presentation in the clinic
  • clinical history taking
  • review of medical records
  • physical examination
  • laboratory tests:
    • complete blood count
    • biochemical analysis of blood
    • inflammation indicators (CRP, ESR)
    • indicators blood coagulation
  • neurological examination
  • CT/MRI scan  (one region)
  • neuropsychological tests (on indications):
    • ENMG (electroneuromyography)
    • EEG (electroencephalography)
    • SEPs (somatosensory evoked potentials)
    • VEPs (visually evoked potentials)
    • BAEP tests (brainstem auditory evoked potential)
  • differential diagnosis with other neurological diseases
  • nursing services
  • consultation of related specialists
  • treatment by chief physician and all leading experts
  • explanation of individual treatment plan
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About hospital

The University Clinic Carl Gustav Carus offers medical care at the highest level and covers the entire spectrum of modern medicine. The clinic unites 21 specialized clinics, five interdisciplinary centers and three institutes. Every year more than 50,000 patients from around the world undergo here inpatient treatment, and more than 200,000 patients are served on an outpatient basis.

All the latest technologies, innovative methods of diagnosis and treatment are actively used in the University Clinic of Dresden. More than 700 of physicians of the clinic specialize in all areas of modern medicine, and 1,600 of nursing stuff take care of patients.

Patients of all departments of the University Clinic live in single and double comfortable rooms with private bathroom, equipped with TV, radio, telephone and safe. There are comfortable lounges and cafeterias for patients and their visitors.

Accommodation in hospital

Patients rooms

The kid rooms have everything needed for a comfortable stay. The kid bathroom includes both a toilet and a shower. All rooms offer functional beds with orthopaedic mattresses ensuring unsurpassed support for overall body during sleep. There are bedside stands with pull-out tables, lockers and safe boxes in each room. It is also possible to access the Internet from a PC, smartphone or tablet so that kids always keep in touch with their parents and other family members. There is also a TV in each room.
You can opt for a single or a double room. An accompanying person may stay with the kid in the room. A double room is shared with another patient.
The enhanced comfort rooms are equipped with a safety box, a fridge and upholstered furniture.

Meals and Menus

The patient and the accompanying person are offered a daily choice of three menus. If you are on a specific diet for any reason, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to the treatment.

Further details

Standard rooms include:






Christian priests are available for the patients at any time. Representatives of other religions may be requested at any time.

Accompanying person

Your companion may stay with you in your room or at a hotel of your choice during the fixed program.


You may stay at the hotel during the outpatient program. Our employees will support you for selecting the best option.