Staff is competent and friendly - we try to help every patient quickly and efficiently.
Examinations are performed by qualified doctors, who are experienced in General Medicine, Urology, Gynecology, General Surgery. Our aim is to make your time in our facility as relaxing and as enjoyable as possible.
Graduated from Medical University in Zabrze, Poland (1991). First degree specialization in General Surgery (1994). Urology Resident from 1995.
Minor surgical procedures (wounds, stitches, moles, abscesses).
Military Medical Academy in Lodz completed in 1974, graduated in 1979 and obtained a first degree of specialization in Internal Medicine . In 1983 completed specialization in Internal Medicine and in 1987 specialization in the field of Gastroenterology . In 1989 he obtained a doctorate in medical sciences. Until 1990 he worked in Polish Navy and then at the Department of Internal Medicine at Navy Hospital in Gdańsk - Oliwa, leading subdivision of Gastroenterology and specialized private practice .
From 1992 to July 2007 worked as GP and then as a Head of Department of the Department of Internal Medicine at Dora Nginza Hospital in Port Elizabeth , Republic of South Africa.He was also running the Gastrointestinal Clinic with GI Endoscopy service.
Since September 2007,has been working in Ireland.
As a doctor, is registered in the Republic of South Africa. In Ireland and UK is a recognized Specialist in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine Specialist . He is a member of the European Crohn 's and Colitis Organization and the Irish Society of Gastroenterology.
In addition to diseases in the field of Internal Medicine deals with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, with particular interest : stomach’s diseases including gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcers, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis , and diagnostic and therapeutic gastrointestinal endoscopy .
It also performs abdominal ultrasound and thyroid .
SCREENING TEST COLON CANCER
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the world and the second largest cause of cancer deaths . In clinical screening methods for the detection of this cancer uses the analysis of stool samples and structural studies . Colonoscopy as a screening method is used frequently in the United States , whereas in Europe and Australia, widespread is to perform immunochemical fecal test ( FIT ) .
Colon cancer develops as a result of uncontrolled cell growth by the body within one of the large intestine ( caecum , the ascending , transverse , descending colon or rectum ) . Symptoms and treatment of cancers of the various parts of the colon may differ materially . The vast majority (90%) of colorectal cancer is cancer (adenocarcinoma ) of the colon.
Is more common in men than in women. Rarely occurs before 40 years of age , with a peak incidence falls on the seventh decade of life . In Poland it is the second leading cause of cancer deaths . Taking place in Poland since the 90s of last century, changes in eating habits resulted in a steady increase in the incidence of colorectal cancer.
Colonoscopy and immunochemical test for fecal occult blood have similar effectiveness when it comes to the detection of colorectal cancer - study proved COLONPREV . The results are presented in the pages of the journal "New England Journal of Medicine " .
To perform research screening eligible individuals who feel healthy and meet one of the following criteria :
Dr Grzegorz Suchy began his professional path at the Faculty of Medicine of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice in 1995 to get a medical degree six years later. In order to obtain the necessary professional practice, in November 2002 Dr Suchy was appointed Assistant in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology in Siemianowice Śląskie Hospital, where, in 2009, he graduated as Specialist in Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Since April 2006, for a year and a half he also served as a RMO at Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor, UK. Since March 2009, for three consecutive years Dr Suchy collaborated with the 'Medicover' Medical Center in Katowice as a Consultant Orthopaedic Specialist.
Ever since graduation, Dr Suchy has been continually improving his knowledge and skills through participation in training courses, symposia and specialist conferences in the field of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. To this day, he took part in an impressive number of nearly forty such events devoted e.g. to arthroscopy of the hip, shoulder, knee ligament reconstruction, including the ACL, hip replacement and knee replacement, hand and spinal column surgeries and many others. It is worth mentioning that the doctor is a member of ESSKA (European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy), and the subject of his special professional interest is surgery of the knee, shoulder and hip, spinal column pain syndromes and musculoskeletal ultrasonography.
Currently, Dr Suchy is simultaneously cooperating with several medical institutions. He performs surgical procedures at the Center for Medical Care in Jarosław and Private Hospital "Tommed" in Katowice, while outpatient consultations are offered among others at the Private 'Poland Medical ' Clinic in London and several clinics in Dublin.
In addition to extensive professional practice, Dr Suchy has also published several scientific articles, held numerous presentations and conducted extensive research. Privately, however, the doctor spends his leisure time very actively – he is an eager swimmer, biker and skier.
Orthopaedic outpatient clinic for adults
Our orthopaedic clinic offers treatment of the musculoskeletal system disorders resulting from congenital or acquired disorders and past traumas and diseases. Disorders of the musculoskeletal system are one of the most common causes of chronic pain and physical limitations.
Diagnosis and treatment of:
Orthopaedic outpatient clinic for children
Congenital disorders and acquired distortions in the developmental age are a common problem faced by parents.
Diagnosis and treatment of:
Diagnostics of faulty posture and congenital disorders:
Advice of an orthopaedist will dispel any doubts about whether your child's motor system develops properly.
Musculoskeletal ultrasonography performed by an orthopaedist and preceded by clinical examination provides you with a quick and effective solution to the problem of the skeletal, articular and muscular system. This examination provides an answer to any doubts arising during the classic medical examination, allows accurate diagnosis and implementation of appropriate treatment.
Ultrasonography allows for location of even the smallest pathology of soft tissues and, if necessary, their precise puncture and administration of medication directly to the affected place. An ultrasound scan is a painless and safe produce lasting 10 to 20 minutes.
Ultrasonography is an important and reliable source of information for the physician. It is a test that does not require any special preparation that can be repeated numerous times without harm to the patient's health.
Why it is necessary to examine the hips of new-borns and infants?
The purpose of preventive examinations of the hips is to identify new-borns whose hips is built in an abnormal manner, posing a threat to intensification of the dysplasia, including dislocation of the hip. Every day of this new-born’s life causes deterioration of the defect, and seemingly short period of 2 weeks of delay in treatment negates the chances of some infants for the full recovery, avoiding surgery and serious complications such as necrosis of the femur head. The congenital dislocation of the hip joint concerns about 1-2 per cent of the population. Failure to detect developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) immediately after birth and development of secondary lesions may lead to permanent disorders of the hip. Parents can increase the chances of normal development of the hip joints of their children by putting them in a position allowing for correction of the shape of the hip: above 90 degrees hip flexion (knees are above the buttocks), abduction of about 50 degrees. Some joints with a shallow acetabulum does not present any clinical symptoms for many years, until the joints are completely damaged, which is indicated by pain. To avoid such a situation, it is necessary to perform ultrasonography. Ultrasonographic examination of each new-born child in the neonatal department would be an ideal situation. The physician does not just only diagnose potential incorrect shape of the hip, but can also distinguish which abnormalities require treatment and which only observation and prevention.
When it is best to examine hip joints of a small child?
Treatment of hip joints
In case there is any hip joint pathology, the dates for further checks are shortened and are determined by the treating physician based on the severity of the disease and treatment progress.
If necessary, we immediately implement treatment. Parents are instructed on how to proceed and how to take care of the child.
graduated from the Medical Faculty of Palacky University in Olomouc in 1986, 1st degree of specialization in the field of Gynecology and Obstetrics acquired in 1989 and in 2006 earned his Ph.D., in 2007 he specialized in Gynecology and Obstetrics; in 2008 specialized accreditation in the field of Reproductive Medicine.
For nine years he worked at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Municipal Hospital Ostrava - Fifejdy and at the University Hospital in Ostrava. Since 1994, the leading private clinic for general Gynecology and Obstetrics and treatment of infertile couples at Gyncentrum Ostrava.
He is a member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Medical Society of Jan E.Purkyne and Section of Assisted Reproduction in the Czech Republic.
Placements in foreign clinics Bourn Hall, London, United Kingdom, Kaali Instutut, Budapest, Hungary, Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel.
It deals with the prevention, diagnosis (including ultrasound) and treatment of the most common gynecological diseases and infertility specialist.
Dr Jakub Malik graduated from Palacky University in Olomouc in 1997. After graduation, he joined the obstetrics - gynecological department in Bílovec, attestation of the first degree was awarded in 1999. From 2000 to 2009 he worked as a physician in City Hospital Ostrava, 2007 - 2009, then as head physician of the delivery room.
Since 1999 he has been in private gynecological clinic in Ludgeřovice, in 2009 took over a private gynecological clinic in Ostrava, which under the name Malík - gynekologie a porodnictví s.r.o. leads today. Furthermore, still operates in a hospital in the BoroughOstrava.
In 2003, obtained a license to carry a separate practice and professional representative for the field gynecology and obstetrics, in 2005 it specialized competence in the field of gynecology and obstetrics.
He is a member of the Czech Medical Society of Jan E.Purkyně, the European Society for contraception, Association of Private Gynaecologists of the Czech Republic.
Dr Janusz Wrótniak graduated from the Medical Academy of Lublin in Poland. He is a Gynaecologist Specialist. His Obstetrics and Gynaecology specialty training was undertaken in the Medical Academy in Krakow. PhD in Medical Sciences earned in Jagiellonian University of Krakow. Post graduate diploma in the Health Organization Faculty at the same University.
Clinical interships in a number of academic centres in Poland and abroad: Charitee Clinic in Berlin, Germany; Tages Clinic in Hamburg, Germany; Thysted and Nykebing, Denmark; Ibn Sina and Benghazi, Libya; Australia; Indonesia. Numerous certificates on: gynaecology and obstetrics, gynaecological surgery, endocrinology, gynaecological oncology, sexology and infertility treatments.
Over 25 years experience in various hospitals, a member of The Polish Gynaecological Society. Vast experience in the ultrasound scans including 4D technique, as well as in the cytological screening and colposcopy.
Dr. Wrotniak has great experience in an operating theatre, both in transabdobinal and vaginal procedures, urogynaecological (urinary incontinence – sling procedure), Minimal Access Surgery - 'keyhole surgery': laparoscopy (hysterectomy -LASH, LAVH) and hysteroscopy.
Robert Kupiec, Master of physiotherapy, manual therapist with years of experience, a graduate of AWF -Katowice 2005.
He gained experience in the Locomotor System Rehabilitation Centre in Krzeszowice near Krakow, then worked at the Pain and Palliative Care at the University Hospital in Krakow. Since 2007 he has worked in Dublin as a healthcare assistant at Stewarts Hospital, and after obtaining registration with the Irish Society of Physiotherapy as a physiotherapist.
Since graduation constantly improve their qualifications, a graduate of numerous international training in the field of manual medicine and neurological rehabilitation. In his work combines modern methods of treatment with the experience and individual approach to the patient.
His passion is travelling and sports, amateur practising basketball and triathlon.