What is Physiotherapy?
- Maintenance and recovery of physiological movement behaviour and bodily functions
- Optimization of movement and function of the body
- Improvement of mobility up to the full range of motion
- Regaining resilience
- Relief and freedom from pain
- Strengthening and stabilization of the different structures
- Preventive training
I work enthusiastically to support people with orthopaedic, traumatological and pulmonological problems in their rehabilitation process. Furthermore, it is an important concern of mine to promote healthy movement in the sense of prevention.
Area of practice
- Orthopaedic clinical pictures: Joint pain (e.g. knee, hip or back pain,...), aftercare after orthopedic surgery (e.g. total hip endoprosthesis, total knee endoprosthesis, stiffening surgery,...)
- Traumatological and trauma-surgical clinical pictures: aftercare of operations or injuries of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, cartilage,...
- Pulmonological clinical pictures: Asthma, COPD, pulmonary fibrosis,...
Target group: Adolescents and adults aged 15 and older
Languages: the therapy is offered in German and English
- Active training
- Exercise therapy
- Manual therapy
- Proprioceptive training
- Fascial techniques
- Scar treatment
- Posture and movement training
- Job analysis and counselling
For physiotherapeutic treatment you need a medical prescription. This can be issued by general practitioners or specialists. In the best case, the medical prescription should be approved by the chief physician before the first therapy.
After the therapy you will receive an invoice. After settling the invoice, you can submit it and your health insurance company will reimburse you a part of it.
For preventive treatments you do not need a prescription. However, in this case you will not be reimbursed by the health insurance company.
For the first appointment, you need
- prescription approved by the chief physician
- most recent findings (X-ray, MRT,...)
- comfortable clothes
First, the main problem is analyzed in a detailed anamnesis and a detailed examination with specific tests.
Afterwards, a common therapeutic goal is formulated and any open questions are clarified, in order to then begin with the treatment that is specially tailored to you. Furthermore, a treatment plan is drawn up according to your needs.