About me and my work.
No matter the reason you have decided to have a consultation, whether it be for hand surgery or aesthetic procedures, my approach does not vary. I am aware of the trust that is placed in me when someone chooses me as their surgeon and will repay this by treating them with respect, honesty and professionalism.
I feel that good communication is one of the key factors to achieving an excellent result. This includes knowing what your expectations are and discussing how I can or cannot meet them. Only by using open communication will we both be happy with the end result. In order to meet your individual wishes, I will tailor the treatment plan to you, your body and your lifestyle. I am committed to supporting you throughout your treatment journey, from the first consultation, during the decision-making process, throughout your recovery, and beyond.
My goal is to achieve an aesthetic balance in your appearance without causing a distorted or unnatural look. It should be evident that you look better. It should not be evident that you have had plastic surgery.
Dr Köhler was born in Haan, Germany. He attended medical school in Marburg and Munich, Germany as well as in San Diego, USA.
He completed his plastic surgical residencies in Munich-Ebersberg, Cologne and Würzburg, Germany. He also trained in Louisville, KT and Rochester, MN.
After being a board certified plastic surgeon he worked as an attending at the University of Würzburg, Germany and at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK. In the UK he also built up his private practice in the Spire Hospital and the SK:N clinics.
Returning to Germany, he led the private Schlosspark Klinik in Ludwigsburg before he opened up his own practice in the Loretto Clinic Tübingen.
In 2017 he got offered an attending/consultant post at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK, as well as to the Spire Hospital and the SK:N clinics.
voluntary work – Mercy Ship
Mercy Ships is an international charity that was founded in 1978 by Don and Deyon Stephens. Mercy Ships currently operates the largest non-governmental hospital ship in the world, providing free health care, community development projects, community health education, mental health programs, agriculture projects, and palliative care for terminally ill patients. Mercy Ships has operated in more than 57 developing nations and 18 developed nations around the world, with a current focus on the countries of Africa.
Mercy Ships brings hope and healing to the forgotten poor, mobilizing people and resources worldwide. The organization treats all patients without cost, and without regard to their religion, race or gender.