We treat the entire spectrum of orthopaedics, from paediatric orthopaedics to geriatrics, from people with strongly limited mobility to competitive athletes.
This "mobilising" therapy is used to restore mobility by gentle and frequently repeated stretching movements.
A special area of orthopaedics looking at inborn and acquired deformities and diseases of the musculoskeletal system in children and adolescents.
Physical therapy comprises medical treatment forms based on physical methods such as, e.g. heat,
direct current, infrared and UV light, laser therapy, water applications and mechanical treatment and massage as well.
Blood circulation is our body’s supply system. The physical vascular therapy Bemer improves microcirculation, supports blood supply to the tiniest blood vessels and thus improves the performance of the body’s cells. For more information, click here.
This medical specialty deals with the diagnosis and treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases, which are often perceived as pain in the musculoskeletal system.
Chronic pain rarely has just one triggering or maintaining cause, but is determined by a number of causes. Depending on the individual case, possible treatments are pain killers, anaesthesia, physiotherapeutic/physical methods such as massage therapy, hermotherapy, electrotherapy, acupuncture/acupressure, psychotherapy and neurosurgery.
We advise you in detail and purposefully for your sports in order to prevent unnecessary disease
and secondary damage, to ensure a positive influence on your fitness and health.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is an electromedical stimulation therapy
using weak low-frequency alternating current to treat various types of pain, including pain after accidents, nerve pain such as trigeminal neuralgia, low back pain, shingles, etc., phantom pain, pain associated with disorders of the musculoskeletal system, e.g. all rheumatic disorders and all types of pain developing due to attrition, overload, irritation, inflammation or inborn malformation of bones, muscles and joints.
A major advantage of sonography (ultrasound) over the frequently used x-ray diagnostics is the harmlessness of the ultrasound waves used. Ultrasound diagnostics are a good method to visualise changes in soft tissue.
These are "objects" required to ensure the success of treatment of a disease, to prevent an imminent disability or to compensate disability, as far as they are not General articles of daily use” (see German Code of Social Law V § 33).