After his “Abitur” he studied economical informatics and after a stay in hospital he got more interested in medicine and worked in traumatic surgery after his studies in Bochum University Hospital. Continue reading Mark Warnecke→
Dr Silson qualified in 2000 from University of Birmingham and worked in Birmingham, Worcestershire and New Zealand before joining the practice in 2006.
Her main clinical interests are Women’s Health and Paediatrics. She does Minor Surgery and fits Contraceptive Implants and Coils.
Her main interests include life drawing, swimming and, more recently, developing a vegetable patch.
Married with 3 children.
Roland Matthes (born 17 November 1950) is a retired German swimmer and the most successful backstroke swimmer of all times. Between April 1967 and August 1974 he won all backstroke competitions he entered. He won four European championships and three world championships in a row, and swam 19 world and 21 European records in various backstroke, butterfly, freestyle and medley events. He was trained by Marlies Grohe.Continue reading Roland Matthes→
Bernd Holstiege is MarathonDoc, TriathlonDoc and more
Long distance running was my passion: about 50 marathon, 15 times 100 km-runs, 19 times IronMan-distance (once in Hawaii) and many Triathlons even double and triple Triathlons. Continue reading Bernd Holstiege→
MediGames is one of the biggest extra-medical events – THE MedOlympics
The world medical and health games are a gathering for healths professionals that allow them to compete in various sports in a congenial and fun atmosphere. Whatever your level or age, come and share with your colleagues your passion for sport !Continue reading MediGames→