- Duesseldorf, Germany
Vascular Surgery Clinic Duesseldorf
About us Vascular Surgery Clinic Duesseldorf
The Vascular Surgery Clinic Duesseldorf is the provider of innovative medical services in the field of diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the veins and arteries. The clinic specializes in the use of advanced techniques for the treatment of varicose veins, the most popular of which are the Venefit technology with the use of the VNUS Closure FAST system and VenaSeal (non-thermal ablation technology) .
Treatment begins with a comprehensive examination and consultation, within the framework of which the doctor personally informs the patient about the likely outcomes of treatment and the risks associated with any given intervention. Then, each patient receives an optimal treatment strategy adapted to their individual needs and desires.
The main goal of the entire medical team is to achieve long-term results with the best cosmetic effect.
About the city
Duesseldorf is the capital of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is located in the western part of Germany on the banks of the Rhine. Duesseldorf is considered to be one of the largest economic and cultural centers of the country, as well as the fashion center focused in the King’s Alley (Koenigsallee), which is the most chic street in Europe, entirely filled with the shops of famous couturiers.
Undoubtedly, the most interesting place in Duesseldorf is the Old Town (Altstadt), located on the right bank of the Rhine. Altstadt is referred to as "the longest bar in the world", because it houses more than 260 pubs, restaurants, pizzerias, bars, discos, Irish pubs, which hospitably open their doors to both residents and tourists. There is a traditional Market Square and the Gothic Town Hall. Near the Town Hall, on Burgplatz, one can find two symbols of the city, namely the St. Lambert’s Church and the Castle Tower, both built in the XIII century. A bit to the east, there is the St. Andreas Church. The most notable museums of the city are the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Ceramics, the Museum of Fine Arts.