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27.09.2016

FiLaC® laser therapy now also available for the treatment of pilonidal cysts

  Unlike anal fistulas, pilonidal cysts are caused by an external trigger, Cologne-based FiLaC® specialist Dr. Arne Wilhelm explains. Pilonidal cysts are especially aggravating as they appear in the area of the gluteal cleft and do no...

Did you know?

During World War II, pilonidal cysts had been a common condition amongst members of the US Army. Soldiers often riding in jeeps were especially affected. Long rides on bumpy roads seemed to encourage the disease. This is why pilonidal cyst...

A minimal-invasive approach

  The human body has enormous self-healing powers. Nevertheless, at a certain severity of an illness it needs help from outside. This also accounts for pilonidal cysts. Affected people are highly recommended to consult a physician at...

  • FiLaC® laser therapy now also ...

      Unlike anal fistulas, pilonidal cysts are caused by an external trigger,...

  • Did you know?

    During World War II, pilonidal cysts had been a common condition amongst members of the...

  • A minimal-invasive approach

      The human body has enormous self-healing powers. Nevertheless, at a certain...

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Pilonidal cysts – treated in a minimally invasive way

 

Pilonidal cysts are chronic inflammatory abscesses which appear in the area of the gluteal cleft. Without effective treatment, they can cause severe pain and considerably impair the patients’ wellbeing.

 

The innovative laser procedure FiLaC® by biolitec® offers a minimally invasive treatment of pilonidal cysts. Minimally invasive, that means a gentle, outpatient procedure under local anesthesia with only little pain.

 

The following pages provide you with relevant information on pilonidal cysts. Please read what the state-of-the-art laser therapy can do for you.