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Vital Medic

46-200 Kluczbork
Skłodowskiej-Curie st. 21
Poland, opolskie

Contact to our patient service:

📱 +48 531 999 172
📱 +48 531 439 671
MON-FRI: 7:00 – 22:00




Paweł Respondek
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Nicoletta Nicowska
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Witold Libionka, MD PhD

specialist in neurosurgery and neurotraumatology

Connected with neurosurgery since 1998, when he started his scientific activity and then, remaining a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Health, individual studies at the Department of Neurosurgery and Neurotraumatology of the Jagiellonian University Medical College. He continued his education at PhD studies at the Faculty of Medicine CMUJ in Krakow (2002-2006). During his specialisation in neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery and Neurotraumatology of the Medical University of Krakow (2003-2010) he participated in numerous training courses to improve his professional qualifications (including Poland, USA, Germany, France). He completed a one-year research and clinical fellowship in functional and stereotactic neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Rochester, USA.

Combining his professional and scientific work, he performs dozens of surgeries per month and participates in numerous research projects. He is the author or co-author of nearly a hundred publications and reports. His work on the mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation has been awarded at national and international conferences and has been published in Nature Medicine and Nature Neuroscience.

He is an international consultant, teacher and lecturer in functional neurosurgery and oncology using functional mapping. He has expert experience in deep brain stimulation, spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulation, intrathecal pump-assisted baclofen treatment, and resection of glial brain tumors in the eloquent area performed with intraoperative awakening and electrophysiological monitoring of speech, movement, vision, hearing, and tactile functions (more than a thousand such procedures performed in total).

Zdjęcie Mateusz Pawłowski

Mateusz Pawłowski, MD

specialist in neurosurgery

A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine in Zabrze, Silesian Medical University in Katowice. Participant of doctoral studies at the Medical University of Wroclaw. Doctoral student at the Medical University of Wroclaw.

Specializes in neurooncology, spine and hydrocephalus surgery. He has improved his knowledge and skills during numerous national and international courses.

Zdjęcie Dariusz Szarek

Dariusz Szarek, MD PhD

specialist in neurochirurgy
  • Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, Medical University of Wrocław, 2004
  • Graduate of postgraduate studies in biomaterials at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow 2005
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences since 2010
  • Specialist in neurosurgery since 2012

Completed his specialty training in 2006-2012 working in the Department of Neurosurgery at University Clinical Hospital in Wrocław and in the Department of Neurosurgery at T. Marciniak Specialist Hospital of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, where he has been working since 2013 as a deputy head.

Since completing his specialization training and starting to work as an independent neurosurgeon he has been focusing on the development of surgical techniques in the treatment of cerebrovascular diseases and advanced neoplasms of the nervous system.

In order to broaden his medical knowledge, in addition to continuing medical education courses, he constantly expands his skills by taking advantage of the knowledge of other neurosurgeons through internships in international centers:

  • University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland
  • University Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • University Military Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic
  • University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
  • University Hospital, Monpelier, France
  • Taishinkai Hospital, Sapporo, Japan

These placements included the treatment of aneurysms, arteriovenous hemangiomas, meningeal fistulas, and the performance of cerebral artery by-passes used for conditions such as moya-moya disease, “inoperable” cerebral aneurysms and tumors, and atherosclerosis of the cephalic arteries. In surgery for these conditions, he currently favors super-precise preparation based on the experience of Japanese neurosurgeons, where they use micro-tools designed by these doctors. He also advocates the use of neuromonitoring and intraoperative angiography to increase the effectiveness and reduce the risk of these operations.

The second area of development is surgical techniques to assist in brain tumor surgery. In these methods he focuses on the use of neuromonitoring, intraoperative awakenings, functional MR imaging and MR tractography.

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Tamara Sokół, MD PhD

specialist in anaesthesiology and intensive care