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  • Everything for your health.

    Understanding comes before treatment:

    Only when we understand your individual situation, concern or complaint will we suggest a possible treatment.

    Treatments that serve to ensure that you continue to feel healthy or that your health will improve in the future are the basis of our philosophy.

    Whether check-up, prevention or acute suffering – we have the necessary knowledge, techniques, skills and empathy that you need for your optimal medical care.

    Spinal therapy
    SIS (Super Inductive System)

    Our BTL SIS 6000 corresponds to the latest technology for painless regenerative therapy. With its focused magnetic induction field, the system provides pain relief, muscle relaxation, myostimulation and mobilization of the joints.

    MRI-controlled infiltration (PRT)

    Periradicular therapy is a spinal injection under MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) control. In comparison to CT-controlled infiltrations, this means no radiation exposure.

    An anti-inflammatory drug (usually a solution containing cortisone) is injected directly into the immediate vicinity of a herniated disc or other nerve root irritation. This is extremely precise and involves the lowest possible risk.

    MRI-controlled facet infiltration

    Faceted joint infiltration is an injection under MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) control.

    In comparison to CT-controlled infiltrations, this means no radiation exposure.

    An anti-inflammatory agent (usually a solution containing cortisone) is injected directly onto the facet joint. This is extremely precise and involves the lowest possible risk.

    Neural therapy / segment therapy

    Procedure by which local anesthetics and anti-inflammatory substances are injected into the vicinity of nerves or hardened muscles in a painful region.

    Spinal Infiltrations

    Inflammation in the small vertebral arch joints or in the area of ​​the nerve exit holes can be treated with injection in the vicinity of the area to be treated.

    Manual therapy / mobilization

    Gentle alignment of spinal joints using special manual therapeutic mobilizations. These so-called “subluxations” (incomplete dislocation of a joint) often occur in the area of ​​the spine and the ileosacral joints (iliac-sacral joint).

    Infusion therapy

    Through the intravenous administration of various substances (also in combination) a quick (within a few minutes), uniform and well-tolerated effect or pain reduction can be achieved. In particular patients e.g. with gastrointestinal complaints, therapy with blood thinners or other underlying diseases that do not allow oral tablets, infusion therapy is a promising alternative.

    Kinesio-Taping

    The principle is based on a relaxing or stabilizing effect on the muscles or joints under the tape. Kinesio tape has been widely used in recent years, but has been used in orthopedics since the 1970s. It can be traced back to the Japanese chiropractor Kenzo Kaser.

    Acupuncture / TCM

    To put it simply, the body’s own pain-relieving systems is activated by needle pricks in defined areas of the skin. The origin of the process is dated to around 200 years before Christ.

    Osteoarthritis therapy
    Peri- and intra-articular infiltration

    Anti-inflammatory substances are used to treat painful joints. These are usually injected into the affected joint or into the surrounding soft parts (e.g. joint capsule, ligament structures, bursa, etc.).

    Hyaluronic acid injections

    Hyaluronic acid is an endogenous product that occurs in cartilage. The application of synthetic Hyaluronic acid can improve the sliding properties of the joint. The cartilage becomes more elastic and resistant again

    ACP / PRP / Autologous blood therapy

    With the so-called autologous blood therapy, certain endogenous blood cells (especially platelets) are processed in such a way that they are injected into inflamed tissues or joints. The healing effect of platelet-rich plasma is based on the growth factors that are released from it and induce a wound healing reaction. Numerous studies have proven success in the context of osteoarthritis therapy or in tendinitis.

    Aids (e.g. bandages / orthoses)

    In the case of a large number of injuries, inflammations or instabilities, orthopedic aids can provide temporary or permanent relief. Depending on the situation and necessity, such medical devices can be prescribed.

    Kinesio-Taping

    The principle is based on a relaxing or stabilizing effect on the muscles or joints under the tape. Kinesio tape has been widely used in recent years, but has been used in orthopedics since the 1970s. It can be traced back to the Japanese chiropractor Kenzo Kaser.

    Acupuncture / TCM

    To put it simply, the body’s own pain-relieving systems is activated by needle pricks in defined areas of the skin. The origin of the process is dated to around 200 years before Christ.

    Injuries
    Diagnosis

    In our practice, an ultramodern, high-resolution ultrasound device is available for imaging processes. A practice-owned digital X-ray device is in the planning stage. Until implementation, conventional X-ray, MRI and CT examinations can be reached in a few car minutes.

    Wound care

    We treat all wounds which no not require hospital treatment. These can be e.g. crushes, cuts or lacerations etc. Excluded from this are accidents at work which have to be treated by a transit doctor..

    Bandage or Cast therapy

    For example, fractures, inflammation-related immobilization or post-operative follow-up care or injuries. We provide appropriate modern treatment methods for a regular healing process.

    Aids (e.g. bandages / orthoses)

    After injuries or after operations, orthopedic aids are often necessary to allow the damaged structures to heal.

    These enable sufficient stability and relief. Depending on the situation and necessity, such medical devices can be prescribed. The use and duration will be discussed and determined together.

    Sports medicine

    Sport is known to be the “best medicine”. But various symptoms can arise from overuse or incorrect mobilisation.

    Examples include the “tennis elbow”, the “runner’s knee” or “marching fractures”. The treatments aim to accelerate regeneration in order to ensure a quick return to sport.

    Shockwave therapy

    In the case of numerous acute or chronic overload syndromes in the area of ​​the tendons or tendon transitions, shock-wave therapy achieves a bloodless, chemical-free improvement in the symptoms. The best known examples are:

    • Lime shoulder
    • Heel spur
    • Achilles tendinitis

    There are also numerous other applications (e.g. tennis elbow, patellar tendinitis, hip tendinitis, etc.). Roughly speaking, the principle is based on an activation of the regeneration of the affected tissues by the mechanical stimulation.

    Osteoporosis
    Consultation

    Early detection of this widespread bone metabolism disorder in mainly elderly patients is necessary to avoid damage to the skeleton. Especially because the bone build-up is very slow (over years). Prevention is the order of the day here, but a rapid, guideline-based procedure must be carried out in the event of a manifestation. Regular monitoring of the therapy is just as necessary as a possible change of therapy.

    Diagnosis

    The most widespread method is the so-called DXA measurement (Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry) on the lumbar spine (up to the age of 70) and the neck of the thigh.

    In this way, a possible deviation from the norm values ​​is determined and, depending on the severity, an osteoporosis therapy is initiated. In addition to measuring bone density, it may be necessary to determine some specific blood values ​​to determine the cause of bone mass loss.

    Non-drug treatments

    In addition to sufficient exercise, sun and a varied diet, various preparations can be made available that can switch off the risk factors or stimulate the bone structure.

    Medical therapy

    Different preparations are available, which can be combined depending on the severity and individual situation. This includes e.g. the proven bisphosphonates, denosumab, Vit.-D, calcium, etc..

    Others
    • Pediatric orthopedic diseases
    • Insole prescription
    • Fitness tests for mass and competitive sports from an orthopedic point of view
    • Ergonomic workplace advice
    • Check-up and prevention
    • Home visits as needed
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