Surgical procedures

Outpatient procedures in our practice - recovering at home

Operationen ambulant

Below you will find a list of surgical procedures performed at our clinic.

Dr. Florian Wittig and specialist Florian Bayer use the recognized surgical procedures. Operations can be performed “conventionally” or “endoscopically” – on an outpatient basis in the in-house operating rooms and/or on an inpatient basis in the Diakonie Hospital in Arcisstrasse.

Lumps on or under the skin

are usually benign, especially if they grow slowly over a long period of time.

They are often fatty growths, so-called lipomas, or sebaceous cysts that become encapsulated. The latter can become inflamed with pus and are then very painful.

All removed skin nodules are subjected to a fine tissue examination (histological examination) in the laboratory in order to exclude a malignant disease such as skin cancer.

Ingrown finger or toe nails

cause pain and purulent inflammation at the side of the finger or toe end joint.

The ingrown portion of the nail should be removed, i.e. the nail should be narrowed somewhat.


What are warts? Warts are mostly coarse, hard lumps caused by viruses, which can also regress spontaneously. If they do not, they should be removed with a sufficient safety margin.

Abdominal endoscopy or laparoscopy

Gallstones, gallbladder inflammation, appendicitis and intestinal adhesions (brides) with laparoscopy.

Today, many abdominal surgeries can be performed cleanly and aesthetically without a large abdominal incision.

Through a short incision at the navel (1-2cm), long instruments are used to enter the abdominal cavity. Gas is blown into the abdominal cavity to make the organs separate and easier to see. A camera shows the image on a TV monitor.

The following procedures can be performed laparoscopically:

  • Appendectomy
  • Gall bladder surgery
  • Stomach, small and large intestine surgery
  • Diagnostic surgery
  • Removal of adhesions

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How to find us

Proctology and surgery practice Munich, directly at the subway station Max-Weber-Platz

Einsteinstrasse 1, 81675 München


Office hours

Mon 7:00-17:00
Tues 7:00-19:00
Wed 7:00-17:00
Thu 7:00-19:00
Fri 7:00-14:00