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Dr. Frikkie Rademan

M.B.Ch.B (Stell), FCS (SA), M.Med (Stell)
+27 21 975 0649

General Surgery

  • Thyroid, Breast, Endoscopy, Hernia Repair, Robotic Surgery, Gall Stones, Laparoscopy, Skin Cancers, Breast Cancer, Endoscopic Procedures, Lymph Nodes, Skin, Digestive System, Ulcers, Pancreatic Cancer, Cancer Surgery, Abdominal diseases, Stomach Cancer, Rectal Procedures, Vascular System, Limbs, Wounds
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As a General Surgeon, Dr Rademan applies his skills to cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures, including: hernia repairs (ingiunal, incisional, umbilical, hiatus hernia), anal procedures (haemorrhoids, fistula, abscesses), cancer surgery (colon and rectal cancers, breast cancer, stomach cancer, skin cancer, pancreatic cancer), infective abdominal procedures (appendicitis, diverticulitis), gallstones, ulcers and endoscopic procedures (gastroscopies and colonoscopies).

Dr Rademan started a pelvic unit at Durbanville Mediclinic. He, together with his colleagues, offers patients with incontinence and prolapse the best possible solution with the most up-to-date technology and surgery (da Vinci robotic surgery, and InterStim treatment for incontinence).

In terms of the treatment of varicose veins, ELVeS (endovenous laser treatment of varicose veins) and VNUS (RFA treatment) are both new options available. These are offered as an office-based ambulatory treatment to patients with varicose veins.

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