Why minimally invasive?

By using keyhole approaches and advanced surgical techniques, we minimize neurological risks, infection rate, aesthetic defects and ensure rapid recovery, increasing perioperative and postoperative comfort. Minimally invasive does not just mean small incisions, but observance of neural and vascular structures of the brain, as well as all other tissues.

Ultramodern technology makes minimally invasive surgery happen. Neuronavigation is the neurosurgeon’s GPS. In the minimally invasive concept, as much as possible, natural anatomical corridors are used, giving us access to deep cerebral regions without damaging the neurovascular structures. Due to keyhole approaches we can not use brain retractors, which are known to be the cause of surgically induced brain injuries. We respect all anatomical structures, starting with hair, skin, muscles, bone, dura mater and continuing with neurovascular structures.

Advantages of the minimally invasive neurosurgery:

minimization, often absence of aesthetic defects

we do not shave the hair

small incisions

we do not use bandages, dressings or drains

rapid recovery and increased postoperative comfort

we use resorbable threads that do not need to be removed

The average hospitalization time is 3 days