Department of Neuroradiology and Radiology

Service and portfolio

Department of Neuroradiology and Radiology

The Department of Neuroradiology and Radiology at Schmieder Clinic in Allensbach, Germany, is dedicated to high-end medical imaging and represents the only dedicated neuroradiological unit in the lake constance region.

24 hours emergency imaging is available throughout the year.

Our service is available for „in house“ patients as well as for private outpatients and offers latest imaging technologies, expert reading and consultations.

Private outpatients profit from timely, personalised imaging and consultations:
E-Mail: neuroradiologie-radiologie@kliniken-schmieder.de
Phone: 07533-808-1174 (appointments), 07533-808-1236 (secretary to Prof. Stippich)

Our portfolio covers the full spectrum of diagnostic and advanced neuroimaging as well as general body imaging with:

  • 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Multislice Computed Tomography (MSCT)
  • Conventional X-rays
  • Specialised individual / personalised imaging
  • Private outpatient service

We provide specialised imaging for patients with:

  • Stroke and neurovascular diseases
  • Dementia, M. Parkinson, neurodegenerative disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis, demyelinating and infectious diseases
  • Brain tumors, spinal tumors, neurooncology
  • Chronic pain, cranial and spinal nerve pathologies
  • Pathologies of the eye, orbit, hearing- and vestibular organs
  • Rare and other disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system
  • Neuromuscular / musculo-skeletal diseases
  • Minimally invasive pain relief of the spine, CT-guided

The imaging protocols are optimised and tailored to each patients pathologies.

Professor Stippich is also available for professional expertises and second opinions.

Medical Director Neuroradiology and Radiology

Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Stippich

Medical Director Neuroradiology and Radiology

About Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Stippich

Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Stippich is the Medical Director of the Department of Neuroradiology and Radiology in Allensbach. Diagnostic neuroradiology, advanced neuroimaging: stroke and neurovascular disease, dementia, M. Parkinson, neurodegeneration, multiple sclerosis (MS), neurooncology, brain and spinal tumor, as well as minimally invasive pain treatment are his key activities. The internationally renowned neuroradiologist has contributed significantly to the clinical applicability of functional MRI (fMRI). His research areas include imaging of brain function and structure.

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