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Does your case require surgery?

You will find below a presentation of the surgical specialties of the Groupe de Santé CLINIFUTUR establishments, as well as the specialties closely related to surgical care, such as anesthesia or specialized consultations relating to a category of surgery.

You can also find information on the clinic concerned and the surgical specialty.

Depending on your establishment, at the end of the surgical consultation, the practitioner will give you the passport, if your case requires an intervention (in hospital or on an outpatient basis). It is important to keep it well and to bring it back at each stage of your care, with the documents that will be required of you.

Bariatric surgery (obesity surgery)

It is a category of surgery consisting in restricting the absorption of food, decreasing, in fact, the daily caloric intake: it provides a surgical remedy for obesity.

Our bariatric surgeons perform the three classic procedures: sleeve, gastric band and bypass. They monitor the patient throughout his therapeutic program.

The association of former patients "Halo Anneau" provides listening, answers and moral support to patients and future patients with benevolence. She has a very important role in supporting patients in the post-operative period and will act both physically and mentally, to actively participate in the success of the patient's transformation.

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Bariatric surgery specialized clinics

Cancer surgery (cancer surgery)

Oncology surgery is a method of cancer treatment that consists of removing the tumor. This care is entrusted to surgeons specialized in a field (orthopedics for the bone, urology for the kidney and urinary organs, neurosurgery for the brain, etc.).

Cancer surgery clinics

Digestive Surgery

Digestive surgery concerns procedures performed on the digestive tract targeting the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small intestine, colon and rectum.

The digestive surgeon also performs operations on the bile ducts and the gallbladder, the liver, the pancreas, the spleen and on the abdominal wall, such as inguinal hernia surgery, explaining the most frequently used title visceral and digestive surgery In France.

Digestive surgery clinics

Plastic surgery (reconstructive, plastic, dermatological)

Plastic surgery is the surgical specialty that primarily involves the skin and non-visceral soft tissues of the body. Affecting all anatomical regions, except the interior of the skull, thorax and abdomen, its field of action is vast. In these multiple locations, it treats tumours, traumas, infections, malformations and aesthetics. Its main fields of activity are: plastic surgery, hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, burn surgery, reconstructive surgery and pediatric plastic surgery.

Plastic surgery clinics

Gynecological surgery

Gynecological surgery is surgery that focuses on the female genital organs: vulva, vagina, uterus and its annexes (ovaries and fallopian tubes), breasts.

With regard to surgery of the uterus and its annexes, several routes of intervention are possible:

  • “high” approach, via an abdominal incision (so-called “open stomach” surgery)
  • "low" way, through the natural way (so-called "vaginal" surgery)
  • “endoscopic” route, using an endoscopic camera and suitable instruments introduced through small abdominal incisions (coelio-surgery) or directly through natural routes (hysteroscopic surgery)

The indications for these approaches depend on the pathology to be treated and the surgeon's habits.

Gynecological surgery specialized clinics

Hand surgery

Coming from surgery of the musculoskeletal system, that is to say surgery of the bones and joints, hand surgery has become a specialty in its own right, because the hand is a surgical universe which requires knowledge in orthopedics, plastic surgery, and micro surgery. As it intervenes in all human actions, it is primarily concerned with traumas of all kinds.

Our clinic practicing hand surgery

Maxillofacial surgery

The maxillofacial surgeon you will find below is competent in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the face. As such, he is specialized in orthognathic surgery (moving the jaws forward or backward), in primary rhinoplasty and secondary rhinoplasty as well as in stomatology (wisdom teeth – jaw cysts, etc.).

Our clinics concerned by this specialty

Eye surgery

Eye surgery, is the surgery performed on the eye and its adnexa, by an ophthalmologist. The most complex surgical procedures on the eye are performed by qualified and recognized doctors (cataract, glaucoma, cornea, etc.).

Ophthalmological surgery clinics

Orthopedic surgery (including Spine)

Orthopedics is a surgical specialty practiced by an orthopedic surgeon. It concerns the treatment of all ailments of the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints, muscles, tendons and nerves). It includes the surgical treatment of conditions of the upper limbs (shoulder, elbow and hand), lower limbs (hip, knee and foot) and spine.

The following pathologies are covered:

  • Spine pathology (only at Clinique Sainte-Clotilde)
  • Traumatology
  • Hip and knee prostheses
  • Knee pathology (traumatology and pathology of the sports knee, in particular arthroscopy, arthroscopic ligamentoplasty)
  • Foot pathology (such as hallus valgus)
  • Hand pathology (carpal tunnel, Dupuytren, spring finger, etc.)
  • Arthroscopic shoulder pathology

Orthopedic surgery clinics

Surgery in ENT (Oto-Rhino-Laryngology)

Otolaryngology is a branch of medicine that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nose, throat, ear, and head and neck region. This medical and surgical specialty concerns the physiology and diseases that affect the ears, nose and throat (larynx and pharynx). It is thus interested in the treatment of affections of an anatomical region between the base of the skull and the upper orifice of the thorax: infections, deafness, vertigo, tumors, surgery of the tonsils, vegetations, parotid glands and thyroid. .

The practitioner is called an otolaryngologist or otorhinolaryngologist (ENT).

Clinics concerned by this specialty

Stomatological surgery

Stomatology is a medical and surgical specialty that concerns the face, mouth and teeth, including conditions of the salivary glands. It is a branch of maxillofacial surgery.

The specialty of stomatologists includes interventions on:

  • the cranio-maxillo-facial areas,
  • dental implant placement,
  • rhinoplasty,
  • extraction of wisdom teeth,
  • plastic surgery for face and neck

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Urological surgery

Urological surgery is a medical-surgical specialty that applies to the kidneys, the urinary tract of men and women, the male reproductive system (male urogenital apparatus) and the adrenal glands.

Our clinics concerned by this specialty

Vascular and thoracic surgery

Vascular surgery is intended to treat the affections of the great vessels by conventional surgical procedures (by opening the vessel) or by angioplasty techniques (by inserting instruments – balloons or springs – inside the vessel which allow change its size without opening the wall).

The carotid, the abdominal aorta or the iliac and femoral arteries are the main arteries concerned by this type of intervention which are most often performed in patients who suffer from atherosclerosis.

Vascular and thoracic surgery is a part of surgery that treats diseases of the heart, lungs, veins and arteries. In summary, it treats all the organs that are inside the chest (thorax). The operations are very varied with, among others, the bypass of the coronary arteries.

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Gastroenterology is the specialty of medicine that studies the organs of the digestive tract, their functioning and their pathologies. The organs of digestion are composed of the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, intestines), liver and pancreas.

Hepatology deals with liver diseases.

Proctology is a medical-surgical specialty that is part of gastroenterology. She studies more particularly the last part of the digestive tract: rectum and anus.

Gastroenterology is a border specialty since the management often requires the opinion of other specialists: ENT, pulmonologists, cardiologists, digestive surgeons, nutritionists, endocrinologists, oncologists...

Exercising a medico-technical specialty, the hepato-gastroenterologist performs specific examinations: gastric endoscopy, colonoscopy, rectoscopy, etc.

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Neurosurgery is the surgical discipline that specializes in the surgery of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The surgeon specializing in this practice is the neurosurgeon.

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Specialized consultations related to surgery (nutrition, bariatric, sleeve)

In order to optimize the care of the patient in surgery, specialized consultations may be requested according to the indications and according to the care.

Thus, in the field of the digestive system (including bariatrics), specialists in nutritional medicine offer nutrition consultations, and for cases of bariatric and sleeve surgery.


In preparation for an intervention scheduled by the surgeon or practitioner, the latter has referred you to an anesthesia consultation.

Anesthesia is a set of techniques that allow the performance of a surgical, obstetrical or medical act (endoscopy, radiology, etc.) by eliminating or reducing pain. There are two main types of anesthesia:

  • general anesthesia
  • locoregional anesthesia

General anesthesia is a state comparable to sleep, produced by the injection of drugs, intravenously and/or by the breathing of anesthetic vapors, using an appropriate device.

Locoregional anesthesia makes it possible, by different techniques, to put to sleep only the part of your body on which the operation will take place. Its principle is to block the nerves of this region, by injecting a local anesthetic product near them.

General anesthesia may be associated or become necessary, especially in the event of insufficient locoregional anesthesia.

Spinal anesthesia and epidural anesthesia are two particular forms of locoregional anesthesia, where the anesthetic product is injected near the spinal cord or the nerves that come out of it.

Any anesthesia, general or locoregional, performed for a non-urgent procedure, requires a consultation several days in advance and a pre-anaesthetic visit, the day before or a few hours before the anesthesia depending on the hospitalization conditions. Like anesthesia, they are performed by an anesthesiologist-resuscitator. During the consultation and the visit, you are invited to ask any questions you deem useful for your information. The choice of the type of anesthesia will be determined according to the procedure planned, your state of health and the results of any additional examinations prescribed. The final choice is the decision and the responsibility of the anesthesiologist-resuscitator who will perform the anesthesia.

All establishments offering surgical care have a team of anesthesiologists to provide these techniques.

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