Dr ADRIAN HEINI

Medical Director & Specialist in Internal and Preventative Medicine
Medical Direction, Internal & Preventative Medicine

Dr Adrian Heini joined the medical team at Clinique La Prairie in 2000. Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine in Lausanne and with extensive experience in internal & preventive medicine and nutrition, he was particularly interested in the field obesity and energy metabolism. At Clinique La Prairie, Dr. Heini has developed several medical and longevity programs to help patients live longer and healthier lives. It is as Medical Director since 2020, that Dr Heini pursues his mission and the pioneering spirit of the Clinic in these areas, and to strengthen the development of the Medical Center.

Specialisations

  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Internal Medicine

Qualifications

  • FMH Internal and General Medicine

Schools

  • Faculty of Médicine at Lausanne University
  • Doctorship at Cambrigde University and Lausanne University
  • Followship at University of Alabama (USA), Birmingham (UAB)

Spoken Languages

  • French
  • English
  • German
  • Spanish

Affiliations

  • Swiss Medical Society (FMH)
  • Member of the Swiss Endocrinology and Obesity Society

Related Services

Acupuncture

Millennium Chinese medicine, acupuncture is based on stimulating the meridians and specific points on the body, by sterile and painless needles. 

Aesthetic surgery

Our Esthetic Surgery Center is staffed by highly qualified surgeons trained in the use of the latest plastic, reconstructive and esthetic surgery techniques.

Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology is a medical discipline that covers the areas of anesthesia and postoperative care.  

Angiology

The term ‘angiology’ comes from Ancient Greek ‘aggeio/angio’ (vessel) and ‘logos’ (speech) and refers to vascular science. Angiology is the study, diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases, i.e. diseases of the arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels and microcirculation. These four types of veins present their own diseases and risk factors.

Antalgia

There are various kinds of pain: acute pain of short duration, such as a post-traumatic pain or the pain felt after a surgical operation, but there is also chronic pain, which requires a more comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic approach.