Dr. Marius Lazar
General Medicine | Neurology | Psychiatry | Dermatology and more
Dr. Marius Lazar
Trends come and go, we get older, hopefully also wiser; but two things never change: my glasses have been always round - and I will never put profit before your health; may it be as a neurologist, psychiatrist, general practitioner or dermatologist.
Dr. Marius W.-M. Lazar, is a neurologist, psychiatrist, dermatologist (immunology) and general practitioner. You can see him personally in Bucharest, Athens or Dubai. A native of Transylvania, Saxony, who lived for a long time in Africa as a diplomat's son, he practices in English and German.
Alternatively, you can also use the video consultations that Dr. Lazar offers in cooperation with local colleagues in the countries where his patients live.
At the same time, Marius Lazar is the owner of the Lazar Clinic Group. Lazar Clinic Group.
In his private practice Dr. Lazar is specialized in rare neurologic diseases (orphan diseases). He takes a multidisciplinary approach to providing excellence in patient-centered care by bringing together a collaborative care team with many different experiences and perspectives. His patients have access to a team of specialists, accurate diagnoses, personalized treatments, and cutting-edge research opportunities.
It can be difficult for people with orphan diseases to understand their condition, the medical issues that they may encounter, and ways to manage their symptoms. This is why Dr. Lazar has a working relationship with several clinical programs specialized in diagnosing and treating such diseases.
He was awarded by the IAAT for his outstanding contribution to the establishment of telemedicine in rural Africa. Marius Lazar remains committed to this continent, although he decided to establish a private practice in Bucharest, European Union, because he belongs to Romania's dwindling ethnic German minority, from where he has developed in many ways.
Dr. David Seideman
Deputy in case of absence.
As Medical Director of Telemed EU™ Dr. Seideman is one of Dr. Lazar’s senior physicians within the framework of the Lazar Clinic Group. As part of Dr. Lazar's neurology private practice, he is his permanent deputy. David Seideman is an experienced neurologist and general practitioner who enjoys the full confidence of Dr. Lazar. Appointments with Dr. Seideman directly are only available within the Lazar Clinic Group. In the neurological private practice he is only Marius Lazar's deputy in his absence.
The Doctor will see you now.
In Bucharest, Athens, Dubai or at home.
How Dr. Lazar works
Dr. Lazar's top priority is to treat you as individually as your condition requires. Remote treatments (video telemedicine) in the strict sense are performed, but only in well-defined cases. Highly qualified colleagues in over 20 countries perform those physical examinations for Dr. Lazar that are not possible via video telemedicine.
Prudence, vigilance and diligence.
Remain humble to what you don’t know.
Since no one is omniscient, being well-networked makes a big difference. Dr. Lazar has always made it a point to network with as many colleagues as possible. After all, there's nothing worse than a doctor who thinks he knows everything. Therefore “better safe than sorry” is his credo.
Dr. Lazar puts great emphasis on continuously educating himself and sharing his knowledge.That's why he also contributes pro bono as an editor to DocCheck's medical encyclopedia, among other projects.
Patients’ health first.
Dr. Lazar passively supports the work of various national and international professional and expert associations. His patients receive all his active support.
What you should know.
As a practice, we serve to educate our patients about their neurological conditions, also rare and/or complex ones. Our role as clinicians is to empower our patients to understand their neurological disorder so that they know how to live up to their best potential with their chronic neurological condition.
Massachusetts General Hospital
The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Neurology provides comprehensive consultative services, diagnostic testing and treatment for a broad spectrum of neurological conditions, including diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and muscles. We integrate compassionate care with state-of-the-art research and rigorous medical training. Our expert subspecialty care is aided by the latest medical technology, from life-saving intervention for acute brain trauma to skillful management of chronic illnesses.
Our department consists of more than 300 physicians and scientists, many of whom have gained national and international recognition for their clinical and/or research efforts. We are united by a common purpose: finding new treatments and cures that will reduce and ultimately eliminate the devastating impact of neurological disorders.
The UCLA Department of Neurology Program in Neurogenetics, led by Daniel Geschwind, MD, PhD, director, Brent Fogel, MD, PhD, associate director, and Susan Perlman, MD, director of clinical trials, is nationally and internationally recognized for excellence in the clinical diagnosis and management of neurodevelopmental and neurogenetic disease. UCLA is a tertiary referral center for the State of California's Genetic Handicapped Persons Program (GHPP) and receives referrals from across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Pacific Rim. The UCLA Neurogenetics Clinic, directed by Dr. Fogel, utilizes state-of-the-art technologies including clinical exome sequencing to diagnose rare neurogenetic disorders such as various forms of leukodystrophy and spastic paraparesis as well as metabolic and mitochondrial conditions affecting the nervous system. The UCLA Ataxia Center, directed by Dr. Perlman, is one of the first nationally recognized ataxia programs, and sees 150 to 200 new patients per year as well as a clinical population of more than 2,500 affected individuals and families with all forms of ataxia both genetic and non-genetic. The program also houses the Huntington's Disease Society of America (HDSA) Center of Excellence at UCLA.
University Medicine Hamburg
In Europe a rare disease is defined as one that affects less than 5 in 10,000 people. In Germany, about four million people are living with a rare disease, including an estimated two million children and adolescents. In short: not really that rare.
The Martin Zeitz Center for Rare Diseases at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf was set up in the fall of 2013 with the aim of researching the causes, as well as improvements in the diagnosis, treatment and care of affected patients. Medical training and the education of practitioners are also at the core of our efforts to conquer rare diseases.
Generally, rare diseases present an extremely complex set of symptoms, which makes a prompt identification of causes and diagnosis difficult. Diagnosis is problematic because few doctors will have encountered the disease during their medical practice. It often takes several years before a correct final diagnosis is made. Specialist knowledge and experience are necessary in the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases.
The Martin Zeitz Center for Rare Diseases has therefore formed a Center of Excellence bundling special clinical and scientific expertise in the field of rare diseases or rare groups of diseases.
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For German minorities in eastern Europe
The medical services offered by Dr. Lazar & Team exceed all requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union, and most data protection regulations worldwide. Dr. Lazar stores personal data only to the extent required by law or for tax and billing purposes. On all technical services (website, telephony, e-mail, the webspace provider's server, technical tools of social media companies, etc.) Dr. Lazar has no influence whatsoever. Your contact in these matters is exclusively the respective external service provider. Data protection officer: Dr. Ali Hosseini (email@example.com) … Sistemul Telemed Lazar respecta prevederile G.D.P.R (Regulamentul General privind Protecția Datelor Personale). Temeiul pentru prelucrarea datelor dvs. personale este unul legal, prelucrarea fiind necesara pentru furnizarea investigatiilor pe care dv. doriti sa le faceti in cadrul Sistemului Telemed Lazar si / sau a societatilor din Grupul Lazar sau pentru derularea / incheierea si executarea unui contract la care sunteti parte sau pe care angajatorul dv. a inteles sa il deruleze cu subscrisa. Prin solicitarea dv. de a efectua investigatii in cadrul Sistemului Telemed Lazar si/sau a societatilor din Grupul Lazar va exprimati acordul ca datele dv sa fie preluate/prelucrate si stocate conform prevederilor legale specifice din domeniul sanatatii. Pentru mai mute detalii puteti accesa pagina: "Privacy"