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Swiss Scoliosis treats all disorders of the spine in children, adolescents and adults. The centre is headed by professor Kan Min, an internati­onally renowned spine surgeon who has been Head of Spinal Surgery in Balgrist Clinic, Dept. of Orthopedics, University of Zurich, for almost two decades. With his vast experience and excellent expertise, Professor Min puts particular emphasis on personal attention.


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Philosophy

Swiss Scoliosis incorporates the latest medical know-how and best possible techniques, along with the highest quality standards. With our state-of-the-art operating and intensive care facilities, outstanding surgical experience and multidisciplinary professional care, we offer all our patients the best possible prospects for their treatment’s success.

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Team

Prof. Dr. med. Kan Min

Board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery
Career
Publications

Gertraut Lindemann

Board certified in Neurology
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Secretariat

Ivana Rasevic
Nadine Huynh
Meltem Yilmaz

Doctors in training

Swiss Scoliosis is holding an official educational program status in categorie C for orthopaedics (1 year). Currently the following two medical specialists are preparing their next career steps:- Nursija Kadier, Resident for orthopedic surgery
- Ferdinand Erdlen, Resident for orthopedic surgery

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Treatments

Swiss Scoliosis provides top-quality and exclusive treatment for the whole spectrum of spinal disorders.

  • Paediatric spinal deformities (Scoliosis, Kyphosis), incl. brace Treatment
  • Adult spinal deformities (Scoliosis, Kyphosis)
  • Degenerative changes of the spine
  • Spinal canal stenosis
  • Disc herniation
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Fractures (osteoporotic, traumatic)
  • Tumors (metastatic, primary)
  • Rheumatic diseases of the spine (Ankylosing spondylitis, Polyarthritis)
  • Infections of the spine
  • Complex revision operations after previous spine surgeries

Neurological diseases with main emphasis on clinical neurophysiology

Investigation of low-back pain and of the extent of nerve compression, spinal canal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, spinal cord compression, paraplegia, nerve root injuries, polyneuropathy, compression syndromes of peripheral nerves in arm and leg, carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar nerve compression syndrome, pathology of nerve plexuses, cerebral disease etc..

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Infrastructure / Hospitals

Swiss Scoliosis maintains smooth and seamless procedures and collaborates with the best possible partners to ensure minimum risk and maximum prospects of treatment success. The centre also provides a pleasant ambience and coordinates rehabilitation programmes to help any patients requiring surgical intervention to recover as swiftly as possible. And we offer our assistance in administrative matters regarding hospitals and health insurance issues.

Professor Kan Min operates in the following Hospitals:

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Fellowship

Spine fellowship programs
Swiss Scoliosis, Centre for Spinal and Scoliosis Surgery
Fellowship director: Prof. Dr. Kan Min

Clinical Spine Fellowship (1 year)
Visiting Spine Fellowship (3 months)

Application for fellowship

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Kontakt

Prof. Dr. med. Kan Min
SWISS SCOLIOSIS
Zentrum für Chirurgie der Wirbelsäule und Skoliosis

Klinik Im Park, Seestrasse 220
CH-8027 Zürich

Telefon 044 209 24 40
Fax 044 209 24 41
info@swiss-scoliosis.ch

The hospital Klinik Im Park is located on the left side of the lake of Zurich, between Zurich Enge and Zurich Wollishofen. The hospital Klinik Im Park can also be reached by S-Bahn S2, S8, S24 or by tram no. 7.

There are some limited parking places in the basement garage of the hospital. Two dedicated and reserved car parking places are available for you at Kappelistrasse 41.

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