Internationally recognised experts
Internationally recognised experts ensure our medical quality
In33 groups of expertswe define our medical processes and standards for all our hospitals. In5 interdisciplinary practice groupsconsultants, therapists, nurses and managers work to keep making our medical focal points even better – for the benefit of our patients. Our experts engage in intensive exchange for this purpose. Your measure is the latest research findings, many of which come from in-house.
Scientific work is self-explanatory for our physicians. Many of them are internationally recognised experts in their fields and set medical standards with their treatments.
Our consultants – international experts
Prof. Dr. Michael Mayer – Head of Spine Surgery, Schoen Clinic München Harlaching
“I don’t know of any hospital organisations that have dedicated themselves as uncompromisingly to quality control and quality management as Schoen Clinic. International standards are set here.”
Founding president of the German Society for Spine Surgery and former president of the Spine Society of Europe, Eurospine, member of numerous national and international expert associations and, among other things, co-editor of the Global Spine Journal 2004-2014, member of AO Spine Technical Commission (TK). Developer of a series of minimally invasive operating procedures on the spine (including endoscopic disc surgery, artificial discs for cervical and lumbar spine, minimally invasive operating procedures). Over 1000 national and international lectures, 140 peer-reviewed scientific publications and 8 textbooks. In the Focus list since 1996.
Prof. Dr. Henry Halm – Head of Spinal Surgery and Scoliosis, Schoen Clinic Neustadt
“It’s not the X-ray image of the spine that matters after the operation, but the patient’s subjective perception of the quality of results. We spinal surgeons have to measure ourselves against that.”
- Developed the Halm-Zielke method for scoliosis operations, setting international standards.
- Co-chair of International Meeting of Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST) of the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) since 2016.