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Klinik Permanence

Bern, Switzerland

1978

Founded

78

Doctors

180

Medical staff

Languages Spoken

  • English

  • Deutsch

  • Français

Top Specialties

  • Coloproctology surgery

  • Laparoscopic Surgery

  • Peripheral nerve disease

  • Infectious Disease

  • Chronic Spinal Pain

  • Endodontics

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Periodontics

  • Movement Disorders

  • Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery

  • Dental Implants

  • Sports traumatology

  • Hand surgery clinic (microsurgery)

  • Metabolic surgery

  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

  • Hearing loss

  • Foot Injury Treatment

Contact Information

Bümplizstrasse 83, 3018 Bern, Switzerland

About

Klinik Permanence is a blessing for the people of Switzerland who want to be treated in safe hands and with the best medical technology available in the region. It is located in one of the approachable regions at Bümplizstrasse, Bern, Switzerland. The hospital is filled with medical equipment that is modern and up to date. These medical machineries are used by this hospital's experienced and trained staff. The doctors of this hospital are well educated and trained regularly to keep up with the contemporary demands of the patients. The patients always leave the hospital with satisfaction from not only doctors but the staff as well due to the outclass treatment patients, and their families receive from them. TOP MEDICAL CENTERS AT KLINIK PERMANENCE, SWITZERLAND Klinik Permanence is a hospital with an excellent record of patient satisfaction and genuinely efficient doctors. The hospital has been able to execute surgeries brilliantly and conduct medical treatments of various disorders, which have been difficult to treat by other hospitals otherwise. LAPAROSCOPY SURGERY Laparoscopy is a surgery in which smaller cuts are done on a patient's body which is not usual in normal surgical procedures. It is called Laparoscopy due to a slender tool named the laparoscope. This slender tool has a tiny video camera and light attached to its end. When the tool is inserted through a small cut into a patient's body, the inside of the body can be seen on the monitor outside to analyze the disorders by the surgeon. Any other surgical tool that is not laparoscopic in nature requires a larger cut on the patient's body. Due to a smaller cut, the surgeon is not required to enter the body as well. This eases the process of healing for the patient as well. This is why it is a minimally invasive surgery. This type of surgery was initially utilized for gallbladder surgery and gynecology intestines, liver, and other organs operations. A normal surgical procedure requires a 6-12 inch cut for the surgeon to see the procedures he's conducting. However, in laparoscopic surgery, the surgeon makes several small cuts, approximately half-inch, to insert a tube. This surgery is also called keyhole surgery. Through these keyhole cuts, a camera is inserted along with a tool to conduct the procedure by the surgeon. This surgery is advantageous because a patient has to go through smaller scars, be laid off by the hospital early, have less pain to deal with, get back to normal activities sooner, have less internal scarring, fewer hospital costs due to less time spent in the hospital or healing. Klinik Permanence is a hospital that makes sure the patients suffer less and less pain, so most of the surgical processes opted by the surgeons in this hospital are laparoscopic surgeries. These surgeries are both easy for the doctor and the patient. PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder caused due to damage to the nerves situated outside the brain and spinal cord area, which can cause weakness, numbness, and pain generally around the hands and feet area. It affects body functions, including digestion, urination, and circulation. A peripheral nervous system of a human being sends information from the brain and spinal cord, known as a central nervous system, to the rest of the body. The peripheral nerves function as sending sensory information to the central nervous system. The disorder of Peripheral neuropathy can make a patient suffer from traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes, and exposure to toxins and diabetes. A patient experiences a type of pain which is stabbing, burning, and tingling. In some cases, the symptoms can improve if caused by a treatable condition. On the other hand, regular medications can ease the pain of peripheral neuropathy. Each nerve of a peripheral system has a unique function which is why any symptoms a patient receives depend on the kind of nerves which are affected. Signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy disorders are Gradual numbness, prickling, and tingling in feet or hands that can spread over the upward region of legs and arms, Sharp jabbing, throbbing and burning pain, extreme sensitivity to touch, feeling pain during activities that should not cause pain, such as pain in your feet under a blanket or putting on shoes, Lack of coordination, falling and tripping unusually, weakness of Muscles, paralysis due to disorder of motor nerves. In case autonomic nerves are affected, the signs and symptoms will be different, which includes: intolerance to heat, Excessive sweating or not being able to sweat, Bowel, bladder, or digestive problems, Drops in blood pressure level, regular dizziness, or lightheadedness. Peripheral neuropathy can damage one nerve called mononeuropathy, two or more nerves in different areas called multiple mononeuropathies, or many nerves called polyneuropathy. Carpal tunnel syndrome, on the other hand, is an example of mononeuropathy. Most people suffering from peripheral neuropathy have polyneuropathy. Klinik Permanence has neurologists that are able to treat nerve-related disorders quite well. These disorders require in-depth knowledge and precision to be sure about the medical treatment provided to the patient. The doctors at this hospital are both educated and experienced in treating such disorders. SPINAL STENOSIS Spinal stenosis is a condition caused due to narrowing of the spine that leads to putting pressure on the nerves. Most patients are complaining about suffering from it around the area of the neck and lower back. In rare cases, patients do not receive any pain and suffer from painless disorder unless diagnosed. This type of suffering is very dangerous as it can lead to severe conditions in the later stage of the disorder. One of the major causes of spinal stenosis could be wear and tear of the spine. The surgical process of treating spinal stenosis includes making space for the spinal cord and nerves. The patient needs to know that there are two types of spinal stenosis. One is called Cervical stenosis, where the narrowing of nerves occurs in the neck area of the spine. The second is lumbar stenosis, in which the narrowing of nerves occurs around the lower back area of the spine. This type of disorder is usually diagnosed through an MRI scan. Causes of spinal stenosis are an overgrowth of bones, herniated discs, tumors, special injuries, and thickness of ligaments. Some symptoms include weakness, numbing of arms and legs, bladder dysfunction, and back and neck pain. Klinik Permanence is one of the top leading hospitals to treat this disorder. It requires decades of experience to treat this disorder successfully. The doctors utilize modern machinery and equipment to treat their patients for a quick and less painful experience.

Before & After

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Treatment

  • Lower anterior resection (LAR)

  • Sigmoid colectomy

  • Laparoscopic splenectomy

  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)

  • Antiviral medicine

  • Antimicrobial therapy

  • Spinal Fusion

  • Disc Replacement

  • Root canal treatment

  • Lumbar laminectomy

  • Tooth extraction

  • Wisdom tooth extraction

Treatment

  • Colonoscopy

  • Rectosigmoidoscopy

  • Urine test

  • Blood tests

  • Nerve function tests

  • Extra-oral examination

  • Intra-oral examination

  • CT myelogram