• classical physiotherapy

    The combination of exercise therapy, muscle building and massages in combination with cold and heat therapy makes the success of a physiotherapeutic treatment. The physiological reactions of the body are stimulated and the metabolism is regenerated by physiotherapy. Weak points are eliminated by the muscle build-up and tensions are released. Accustomed restraint can be reduced by physiotherapy and overall well-being improves. The more committed the patient is to work and regularly maintain the exercises, the higher is the success of the therapy.

  • physiotherapy at the device

    The device-supported physiotherapy (PT at the device) serves the treatment of diseased muscular insufficiencies and abbreviations by means of special medical training devices. It is synonymous with a stripped down form of medical training therapy. Mainly in the case of chronic spinal disorders and postoperative interventions, training devices are used. Lever and cable pulling devices are also used for trunk and extremity musculature.
    Important is the guidance and correction by the treating therapist.
    This is a remedy which can also be prescribed for patients who are legally insured and which requires special authorization from the health insurance funds and special practical equipment. It can be arranged for defined complaints, which are assigned a primary strengthening of the muscles. PT at the device is provided by the health insurance as group therapy, but can also be performed as a single therapy. It is usually prescribed as a parallel individual treatment (with 2 other patients at the same session).

  • manual therapie

    Manual therapy can only be used by specially trained therapists and is more than just “healing by hand”. Primarily, joint-specific disease images are provided, whereby the individual conditions of the joint are closely observed. This includes the treatment of soft tissue as well as the therapy of capsule complaints. Our therapist Roland Dünow has completed the 2-year apprenticeship at the renowned “International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine” in Kassel.

  • scoliosis therapy according to Katharina Schroth

    Scoliosis is a twisting of the spine accompanied by distortions and structural deformations of the vertebrae. Physiotherapy, such as three-dimensional scoliosis therapy according to Katharina Schroth, is aimed at strengthening the trunk muscles and giving more support to the spine. The regular physiotherapeutic exercises can counteract a further warping. Stretching and strengthening exercises for weakened or overstretched muscle parts are intended to counteract the twisted vertebra. The exercises are supported by targeted breathing exercises to correct the disturbed respiratory pattern. Those affected should do their own exercises every day. With this specially developed therapy concept, the curved spine is stretched, corrected and muscular stabilized.

  • treatments of the temporomandibular joint

    Complaints on and around the jaw (myofascial pain, discus dislocation, arthralgia, etc.) are also treated in our Wiesbaden practice. In addition, we will gladly provide you with information and physiotherapeutic exercises for everyday life. We also work with your dentist or orthodontist.

  • Cyriax treatment

    Cyriax describes a comprehensive treatment approach, which goes back to the orthopedist Prof. James Cyriax. The focus of this approach is on the exact examination of the patient and a systematic approach to the development of the physiotherapeutic findings. Orthopedic surgery and orthopedic medicine do not compete with each other but complement each other in order to avoid surgery on the patient as far as possible. We have internalized this approach in our practice. Please contact our physiotherapists if you want to know more.

  • physiotherapeutic competition and training support

    Depending on the project, preparation can be different. Discuss your training and physical condition with our physiotherapists. No matter whether you are hiking in the Rheingau / Taunus, the Frankfurt Marathon or just want to get back into shape.

  • neurophysiological treatments

    Nerve damage often occurs as a companion to orthopedic diseases. Therefore, not only orthopedic but also neurophysiological methods are used during physiotherapy. Roland and his team will be pleased to provide you with more detailed information.

  • Kinesiotaping

    Tape allows a wide range of applications, not only for muscle tension and joint problems. It is mainly used in pain therapy and supplements many treatment techniques. The tape method uses the body’s healing process. The tape is made of finely woven cotton and is stretchable, like the skin of man. It adapts to your body shape and so you can not feel it after a few minutes. The extremely skin-friendly material does not contain any drugs, its effect is based solely on the application technique and is thus very gentle
    The tape affects both the nervous system and the circulatory system (the bloodstream). It works to relieve pain and heal by lifting the tissue and promoting circulation and lymph circulation. Using the tape, injured structures and the healing powers are activated and movement is restored
    The tape can be worn for several days as long as you feel comfortable with the tape and it does not get loose from the skin. Tip: Carefully cut off small sections from the tape with a pair of scissors, then the rest of the tape will last longer.

    What is the meaning of the colors?
    Tape is available in many different colors. Technically, all tape colors are made of the same cotton material and with the same adhesive. We use the color you like most.

    Is the tape waterproof?
    The tape is waterproof. You can take a shower or bathe with the tape, but water contact is often shortened by the Klebernauer. It is recommended to dry the tape after water contact with a hair dryer.

    In the meantime, it is not only an integral part of physiotherapeutic measures, but also offers a wide range of treatment options in broad sport and in various disease pictures:

    • Neck tension and acute cervical spine syndrome
    • Headache / migraine
    • Disc discomfort and acute lumbago (“lupus”)
    • Sports injuries, e.g. Capsule destruction and ligament rupture
    • Epicondylitis (“tennis arm”) and tendon infections
    • Impingement syndrome of the shoulder
    • Headaches
    • Pregnancy related problems

  • myofascial treatments

    Myofascial treatments are intended to increase mobility and reduce pain. This treatment is very intensive and extremely effective. Often this treatment is combined with others, such as the trigger point massage, the connective tissue massage or with transverse friction.