Meet Dr Gary Sudwarts – Interventional Radiologist
He grew up in Cape Town, South Africa and received his primary medical degree from the University of Cape Town.
Subsequent training in London and degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg led to him eventually relocating with his family back to Cape Town.
Meet Dr Maja Wojno – Interventional Radiologist
She achieved her primary medical qualification at Wits University in 2004 and ran her own GP practice before specialising in Radiology at the University of Cape Town. Dr Maja brings her own special love and energy and she is passionate about patient care.
Dr Maja is an identical twin. Her sister Tina is also a doctor, a Microbiologist.
Meet Bianca Ferreira – Senior Administrator
Meet Banoyolo “YOLO” Mbangxa – Administratorr
She is responsible for assisting our patients with their pre-operative process and helps to make their gynaecology and MRI appointments. She is very dedicated to patient care and making your prehospital process as effortless as possible.
Yolo has massively improved our patient communication as she speaks English, Afrikaans, Zulu, Xhosa as well as a little Sotho.
Yolo volunteers at an old age home every Saturday in Langa and is a mom to a gorgeous daughter Liyakhanya, and son, Xolela who pop in to the office to say hi.
Meet CAMILLO – Medical Practitioner
Outside of the practice Milo loves listening to classical music and has an impressive collection of exotic fish!
Meet Ilze Els – Practice Development Manager
Furthermore Ilze is tasked with marketing the brand through social media and developing the practice, actively liaising with crucial partners in the industry, like hospitals, specialist practices and general practitioners.
What is an Interventional Radiologist?
An Interventional Radiologist is a doctor who specialises in minimally invasive image guided procedures, which treat a variety of medical conditions without the need of major surgery. This is not only a less invasive form of surgery and disease treatment, but is also beneficial to patients through the minimisation of postoperative risks. Interventional Radiologists use medical imaging modalities such as X-rays, CT, ultrasound and MRI to direct specially designed instruments throughout the body to treat medical conditions such as: Fibroids, adenomyosis, liver and gallbladder problems, kidney problems, prostate enlargement, haemorrhoids, bleeding from trauma, pulmonary conditions and even localized cancer treatment.