Meet our surgeon in London
√ Consultation with Dr. Ulrike Muschaweck
√ Have your hernia examined (ultrasound included)
√ Next day operation possible
√ For private patients only
The consultation offers British patients the opportunity to meet our surgeon (Dr. Ulrike Muschaweck) in London. The consultation is intended for patients who are interested in inguinal/umbilical/athletic pubalgia surgery without a mesh or for patients seeking a removal of a painful hernia mesh.
Thursday 7 march 2019
Thursday 7 february 2019
Thursday 4 October 2018
Friday 6 July 2018
Thursday 3 may 2018
Friday 20 april 2018
Thursday 15 march 2018
Thursday 15 february 2018 Thursday 30 november 2017
Thursday 2 november 2017
Thursday 7 september 2017
Thursday 17 august 2017
Patients seeking hernia repair
Patients with hernia’s do not have to prepare for the appointment. By means of a physical examination and ultrasound of your hernia, our surgeon can determine what would be the best treatment for you.
Patients seeking a mesh removal
Because it is often difficult to determine from the outside whether the mesh can be removed, we always advise our patients to take all doctor’s reports, and any MRI scans that can shed a light on your current state.
Consultations are held at either the Fortius Clinic or Wellington Hospital, both are located in central London.
The Wellington Hospital
Please note that there is no hospital car park, but there are several car parks nearby and limited meter parking around the hospital. Please be aware that traffic wardens are vigilant in this area. The nearest NCP car park is in Kingsmill Terrace. Details of car parking both off street and on street can be found through Westminster Council. The nearest tube station is St Johns Wood on the Jubilee line.
The Fortius Clinic
Getting there by tube
The closest stations are Bond Street (5 mins), Baker Street (10 mins), Marble Arch (10 mins), Oxford Circus (15 mins) and Marylebone (15 mins).
Getting there by car and parking
Please be aware that for visits on weekdays the Fortius Clinic is in the congestion charge zone. There is pay-by-phone parking nearby as well as multi-story car parks.
1. Do I have to pay a fee for the consultation?
Yes, please contact us for more information on prices.
2. How long does the consultation take?
On average a consultation takes about 20 minutes. However there is no time limit, so feel free to ask all your questions.
3. How often does your surgeon visit London?
Our surgeon averages a consultation once a month. Sometimes there are more and sometimes there are fewer weeks between two consultations.