Dr. Jeske & Basson attend to a variety of medical cases, ranging from procedural to extremely complex cases.
Patients are often scared and nervous when visiting specialists as they fear negative results. Drs Jeske & Basson share the diagnosis with compassion whilst giving thorough information for you to make an educated decision on the various medical procedures & options.
After establishing a diagnosis, they provide pre-operative, operative and post-operative care. They are responsible for the comprehensive management of the procedure & patient.
Understanding the recovery at home is vital to your overall recovery. The practice provides information for you to take home, containing the operative procedure, illustrations, options & after-care process.
This includes instructions; nutrition intake during & after procedures; referrals to professionals such as dieticians, physicians, psychologists & support groups that can assist you back to health as effectively as possible.
Dr Jeske is based at Unitas Hospital in Lyttleton. Dr Basson is based at Midstream Mediclinic. Both practices have a clinical assistant or registered nurse who supports you with empathy throughout your journey.
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In Medically Speaking, Drs Basson & Jeske aim to provide practical and sound principles to follow, making sure you are up to date with their latest procedures and techniques in providing quality medical care.
This Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy forms part of Drs Basson & Jeske drive to provide expert medical attention to the most vulnerable of our community.
Constipation can be solved with over-the-counter medication, but if we don’t treat the underlying cause, the problem can reoccur without an end in sight.
A team becomes more than just a group of people when a strong sense of mutual commitment creates synergy and generates greater performance. We are a dedicated and trained team, effective in our duties, here to guide and alleviate our patients and on call for those who refer and trust in us.
We look forward to serving our patients and to seeing the value that each service adds to the patient’s experience and recovery. It is important to us, to engage with the patient and make their path to recovery a team effort, where the patient understands what is happening, knows where he can get the best assistance and understands how he can be an integral part of his own healing process.
“It is important to have both medicine and empathy to heal the body” – Dr Christian Jeske
We are continuously improving the multi-disciplinary patient-centric practice focusing not only on surgery but also additional services that provide practical support to the patient in their recovery process.