Individual health services

The validity of some methods of examination is limited, such as, for example, the palpation of the uterus, the ovaries, or the breast.

Modern medicine can do more!

For example, with modern ultrasound devices, the certainty of the diagnosis can be significantly improved without pain or radiation exposure. For this reason, we offer you additional health care examinations beyond the scope of the statutory health care system. These are medically significant and up-to-date examination methods with the aim of optimum prevention.

  • Breast ultrasound

    Radiation-free examination of the breast by ultrasound for the early detection of non-palpable changes of the breast (does not replace mammography).
  • Ultrasound of the uterus and the ovaries

    Radiation-free examination by ultrasound for early detection of mucosal changes of the uterus and of non-palpable tumours and cysts of the uterus and the ovaries.
  • Thin film cytology

    Contemporary method of cervical swabbing using a thin film method. For the early detection of cervical cancer.
  • HPV test

    Test for the detection of infection with the Human Papilloma Virus - HPV on the cervix. Cervical cancer is evidently triggered by HPV viruses. Thus, it is now possible to recognize the risk of a future cancer at an early stage.
  • Blood tests

    • Hormone examinations for the exclusion of menopause
    • For skin or hair problems
    • Creation of a risk profile for cardiovascular diseases.
  • Acupuncture

    • Classic
    • With laser
  • Sterility diagnosis

    • Hormone analysis
    • Menstrual cycle monitoring
  • Specific examinations during pregnancy:

    • Blood tests for toxoplasmosis, listeriosis, cytomegalo, rubella (parvovirus), chickenpox (varicella)
    • First trimester screening studies to assess the individual risk of Down syndrome
    • Additional ultrasound examinations during pregnancy in addition to the 3 provided for in the maternity guidelines

These individual health services are entirely voluntary and must be invoiced privately in accordance with the 1996 Doctor’s Fee Regulations (GOÄ).

All statutory health insurance doctors are obliged by law - § 12 paragraph 1 of the Social security statute code - to provide only medically necessary services and examinations, which, according to the rules of medical practice, are adequate, appropriate and economical and do not exceed the extent of what is necessary.

A reimbursement by the health insurance is not possible.

Before the investigation, you decide if and which additional services you want.

If you would like more information,

Please contact us!