I have always considered it a fascinating privilege to be able to use the professional knowledge and personal insights acquired over the course of many years for the benefit of my patients.

One of the major advantages of working in private practice is that it allows me greater flexibility and more time to address and meet the specific needs of individual patients consulting me.

As a gynecologist, one frequently has the chance to accompany women through the changing stages of their life and develop a special relationship that necessarily ranges beyond purely medical concerns.

Regarding many of the issues that bring women to my practice – such as one's first visit to the gynecologist, expected as well as unanticipated pregnancy, contraception, infertility or menopause – I see myself not simply as a physician but also as a competent counsellor.