Welcome to our practice at Rotkreuzplatz 1
Our practice is located directly on Rotkreuzplatz and can be reached via the underground station "Rotkreuzplatz" with the U1 and U7. Tram line 12 and many buses also stop right in front of the door.
Our new, bright and modern practice is on the 3rd floor.
Appointments can be booked by email, telephone or directly in the practice.
The practice is still under renovation. The practice is scheduled to open later this year.
We look forward to being able to treat you in our practice at Dachauer Str. 11 at the main train station.
As part of physiotherapy, we offer physiotherapy in the strict sense, manual therapy, TMJD (temporomandibular joint dysfunction) therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, massage therapy, and physical therapy. For better treatment success, depending on your needs and the qualifications of our employees, we bring light yoga / Pilates exercises or back function training for your everyday life at home into the treatment in order to achieve and maintain the best possible result.
Osteopathy for Pregnant Women
During pregnancy, osteopathic techniques are possible until just before the birth. This applies to complaints during pregnancy (e.g. heartburn, back pain) and to preparing for the birth to make the pelvic area, lower back and diaphragm as flexible as possible. The aim is to create the best possible conditions for an uncomplicated delivery. Osteopathic techniques after birth can gently support the regression. A gentle drainage of the abdomen supports caesarean section scars can be treated by targeted scar treatment of the tissue.
Fascia Therapy is mainly based on the idea of osteopathy. Causes of complaints in one area of the body often have a negative effect on another area of the body. The goal is to eliminate limitations caused by illness. It does this by regulating the non-physiological tension in the fascial tissue. The whole thing is optimized by learning myofascial self-treatment using fascia rollers, fascia balls and stretching long fascia chains.
TMJD (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction)
TMJD (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction) stands for functional, mental and biochemical dysregulations of the muscle or joint functions of the jaw. Symptoms may include dizziness, tinnitus, ear noises, headaches, migraines, shoulder-neck tension, back pain and more. Stress often plays a major role, which coincides with frequent crunching or squeezing of the jaw.
Member of VFO (Verband Freier Osteopathen e.V.)
Physiotherapist, Osteopath in training
Osteopath (in training)