You stand in the middle of our treatment: with your individual problems and their causes, with your personal targets and possibilities.
We diagnose you with the most modern methods. Then we decide together with you which therapy or which combination of therapies will be most suitable to your personal needs. Due to this, we are able to avoid an operation in 88% of the cases.
Conservative Therapy consists of classical physical and medication measures that help to support the body in the healing process. Thus, we can aid the growth of important muscles or reduce the pain in back, joints and intervertebral discs. Medication can be administered in the form of tablets or intravenous injections.
Interventional therapy is more directly focused on the symptoms: for example, medication will be directly introduced into the spinal canal. As the name “intervention” already suggests, a needle will penetrate the skin and go deep into the body.
Finally, operative therapy is the last resort. We make use of the most modern methods keeping the surgery to a strict minimum. Our neurosurgeons and orthopaedists perform the gentlest types of operations on patients. Even elderly patients can still have an operation if their general medical condition permits. Due to our less invasive operative measures, a speedy recovery is experienced by most patients after operations.
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Preventive Care and Physiotherapy
Prevention is the best therapy. If you take preventative steps, you avoid any pain and conditions arising.
We can help your body to heal itself.
Specific Pain Therapy
We apply pain medication direct at the point where the pain arises, in order to relieve your pain.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
These operations are performed with minimal invasive incisions, little scaring, faster healing.
These operations are performed using miniscule surgical instruments
Movement Preserving Procedures
These operations are able to maintain the mobility of your spine.
These operations prevent the slipping of joints.