Physiotherapy

General information on physiotherapy

In order to achieve the success of the therapy, which has been defined as the common goal, we take time for a precise assessment of your physical limitations, pain conditions or your desire to work prophylactically on your musculoskeletal system. In our individual therapy sessions we address sports injuries, spinal disorders, posture problems and other complaints individually. In addition to some classic active and passive techniques, we extend our therapy sessions with special treatment methods such as K-Taping.

 

Marie-Lisa Lock, BSc – currently on maternity leave

 

When working with my patients, “cooperation” is especially important to me. The individual diagnosis and the thereupon tailored therapy are decisive for achieving success.

 

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Mario Bauer, BSc

My concern is to increase your physical well-being in sports, at work or in everyday life. Through an individually tailored treatment and the elimination of your initial problem, I accompany you on the way to the agreed upon goal. I coordinate the therapy and the training plan in a constructive way in order to prevent further physical restrictions and I also consider your deficits. Through close cooperation with colleagues from all specialist areas as well as continuous professional development on my part, I strive to ensure your well-being.

 

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Eva-Maria Danko-Bodenstein

 

With the gentle and painless scar treatment according to Sharon Wheeler it is a great pleasure for me to offer the body the possibility to integrate the scars into the surrounding tissue and to contribute to your well-being and disposition in this way.

 

 

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Osteopathy is a holistic diagnosis and therapy concept, wwhich was developed by the American physician Dr. Andrew Taylor Still (1828 -1917).

A.T. Still was looking for ways to treat diseases and pain without medication or surgery and recognised even then that movement restrictions of body structures, no matter what kind, disturb the optimal function of the tissues and ultimately lead to complaints.

As an osteopath I try to treat the body holistically. With my hands I scan the body for blockades and movement restrictions and I release them by using different methods.

Among the basic treatment methods of the osteopath are parietal techniques (e.g. manual joint techniques, muscle energy techniques), visceral techniques on the organs as well as craniosacral techniques (on the head and sacrum).

 

Indications:

  • Temporomandibular joint complaints (grinding of teeth, pain in the temporomandibular joint, “cracking”, chewing problems)
  • Inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media), inflammation of the sinuses (sinusitis)
  • Tinnitus
  • Headaches: tension headache, migrene, dizziness (vertigo)
  • Organ complaints: heartburn, bloating, intestinal and digestion problems
  • Trigeminal neuralgia,…
  • Stress, stress syndrome
  • Complaints of the posture and locomotor apparatus (arthrosis,…)
  • Sports injuries: sprains, chronic inflammations, tendon problems, muscle problems, after trauma, fractures etc.
  • Functional malpositions and movement restrictions (e.g. pelvic obliquity)
  • And much more

 

What do I need or what do I have to take with me:

  • A letter of referral for osteopathy from your doctor
  • Existing findings, such as physicians notes, X-rays, MRIs,…

Mario Bauer, BSc

My concern is to increase your physical well-being in sports, at work or in everyday life. Through an individually tailored treatment and the elimination of your initial problem, I accompany you on the way to the agreed upon goal. I coordinate the therapy and training plan to prevent further physical restrictions in a constructive way and I also consider your deficits. Through close cooperation with colleagues from all specialist areas as well as continuing training on my part, I strive to ensure your well-being.

 

More information about Mario Bauer, BSc.

The course of the physiotherapy

 

In order to meet the therapy goal, which we have defined together, we take plenty of time for an exact diagnosis in which we will find the cause of your pain or your physical limitation. Subsequently, we deal individually with the treatment of your problem in individual therapy sessions.

We use various active and passive therapy techniques. In addition to classic physiotherapy methods (manual therapy, fascial techniques, massage, K-taping), we also offer therapeutic training measures and methods from sports physiotherapy.

 

We treat:

  • Before and after surgery
  • Preventive
  • Postural deformities and malpositions
  • Sports injuries
  • Signs of wear and tear (arthrosis)
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Orthopaedic and neurological problems
  • All complaints concerning the musculoskeletal system

Sports physiotherapy deals with training methods which are optimally adapted to the respective sport.

Whether as training support, injury prophylaxis or after injuries – together we develop specific movement sequences and adapt our therapy or our training to the maximal, individual resilience.

Especially after injuries, a rehabilitation process that is oriented towards wound healing phases as well as the transition from rehabilitation to training and the recognition of the perfect time to ‘return to sports’ is of great importance

Marie-Lisa Lock, BSc

 

When working with my patients, “cooperation” is especially important to me. The individual diagnosis and the thereupon tailored therapy are decisive for achieving success.

 

More information about Marie-Lisa Lock, BSc.

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