The next Paul-Gerhardt-Health Forum will be held on Thursday 10 November 2011 and is dedicated to the topic of prostate cancer. Dr. Frank Volkert, chief physician of the Clinic for Urology and Pediatric Urology, will present current aspects of diagnosis and therapy.
At last, free of pain - the artificial joint
The Waldkrankenhaus Hospital Spandau invites everybody to a Health Day on Saturday 5 November 2011, from 10 a.m. To 2 p.m. at the Urania (Kleist-Saal), An der Urania 17, 10787 Berlin. Berlin's largest hospital for orthopedics and trauma surgery specializing in joint replacement will inform about the latest news on "The artificial joint."
Prof. Dr. med. Wolf Petersen Head of Department for Orthopedics and Accident Surgery at Martin Luther Hospital was member of a group that was presented with an award for a lecture given by the group at the 178th Annual Meeting of the Association of Niederrheinisch-Westfälische Surgeons.
Dr. Dr. Johannes C. Bruck from Martin Luther Hospital in Berlin found a method to remove dark circles and eye shadows without major side effects.
In mid-October Dr. Michael Wolf, director of the Breast Center at Martin Luther Hospital, Berlin visited the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer in Thailand / Bangkok
The knee is the largest of our joints and has the toughest job in our body. It allows us to stand, walk, run and it absorbs jumps and even carries heavy loads now and again. But the knee is also vulnerable. Almost every second German has knee problems. Correspondingly great was the interest in the telephone campaign "If the knee hurts" of Berlins biggest tabloid B.Z.
During the Internist Congress in Wiesbaden in spring this year, Prof. Dr. Hubert Mönnikes, Chief Physician of the Department of Internal Medicine at Martin Luther Hospital made a presentation on the causes of irritable bowel syndrome.
Our blood is transported at about 70 beats per minute in every corner of our body. Of course, only if the blood vessels are free.
Dr. Wolf Petersen of Martin Luther Hospital will take part at the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction Middle East (ICJR-ME) in Dubai, UAE in March next year.
This congress is addressed to all orthopedic surgeons in the Middle East. The organizers expect around 600 attendees.