Physical and instrumental medicine
Physical and apparatus medicine deals with the prevention and non-surgical healing of all diseases and injuries of the locomotor system (spine, nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints). Patients with acute or chronic pain and functional limitations of the musculoskeletal system can be treated using these methods.
Diseases of the musculoskeletal system are among the leading causes of chronic pain, physical functional limitations and loss of quality of life. We have made it our mission to restore, improve or maintain mobility and independence as well as participation in life in society for people of all ages as far and as long as possible.
Cryotherapy and heat therapy
Cryotherapy and cryostimulation are safe treatments in which the whole body undergoes immediate controlled cooling that enhances the natural potential of the human organism to recover [ . . . ]
Radial and focused shock wave therapy
A common form of disease is chronic pain on the supporting and musculoskeletal system. Trigger points, shoulder, heel or elbow problems are often the triggers. In these pain syndromes, the [ . . . ]
Electrotherapy, often called stimulation current or fine current therapy, is used to treat affected body regions with the help of controlled current impulses. Equal or alternating currents flow through the body or [ . . . ]
The laser's light energy can stimulate cell metabolism and have a positive effect on pain and healing processes. The effects of laser therapy include: cell stimulation, improvement of [ . . . ]
Magnetic field therapy
The most important information and control processes in the body such as nerve signals, ion exchange, protein synthesis, enzyme and hormone function are supported by electromagnetic processes. energy deficiency symptoms or [ . . . ]