Jürgen Kiwit

Jürgen Kiwit

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Biography

Prof. Jürgen Kiwit is the Head of the Neurosurgery Department at Helios Berlin-Buch Hospital. The doctor specializes in the treatment of:

  • spinal cord and brain tumors pathologies
  • blood circulation disorders
  • paraplegia (loss of sensation in the extremities).

The Professor prefers to carry out sparing surgeries without opening the skull, when it is possible and applies anti-pain therapy.

Education

Between 1980-1981 the doctor underwent training in the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in the UK and Middlesex Hospital in the USA.

In 1983, Prof. Jürgen Kiwit graduated from the University of Dusseldorf.

Professional biography

1992-1993 — the second senior doctor in the Heinrich Heine University Hospital for Neurosurgery in Düsseldorf.

1994-1998 — the Head of the Heinrich Heine University Hospital for Neurosurgery in Düsseldorf.

Since 1998 — the Chief physician in Neurosurgery at Helios Berlin-Buch

Since 2005 — heads the Department of specialists in Spinal Cord Disorders in Helios Hospitals Group

Since 2007 — the Vice President at Helios Berlin-Buch.

Scientific activity

Prof. Jürgen Kiwit has been working in the field of:

  • glioma therapy
  • complicated brain aneurysms surgeries
  • anti-pain therapy
  • brain injuries differentiated therapy
  • nervous system dysfunctions.

Membership

  • German Society of Neurosurgery
  • German Society for Neuropathy and Neuroanatomy
  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons
  • Mayo College Alumni Association.
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