Physio-/Occupational Therapy

Physiotherapy treatments

Physiotherapy according to Bobath

Physiotherapy according to Bobath is a problem-solving approach in the treatment of neurological diseases such as strokes, M.Parkinson etc..

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is mainly used as edema and decongestion therapy of edematous body regions, such as trunk and extremities (arms and legs), which can occur after trauma or surgery. Especially often this therapy is prescribed after tumor treatment or lymph node removal.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is used in medicine for the treatment of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles and nerves), it is part of manual medicine.

Autogenic Training

Autogenic Training is a relaxation technique based on autosuggestion (self-manipulative influence of an idea or sensation).

Sling Table

The Sling Table is used in physical therapy as a therapeutic aid to treat painful or immobile parts of the body.


Electrotherapy (synonymously called stimulation current therapy) is the application of electric current in physical therapy. The appropriate voltages are applied through electrodes that are conductively connected to the skin surface. It is mainly used to relieve pain, improve circulation and stimulate paralyzed muscles.


Chiropractic is an alternative medical, biomechanical treatment method aimed at restoring normal mobility of joints, especially the spine.

Acupoint Meridian Massage

Acupoint Meridian Massage (from traditional Chinese medicine) refers to a technique for stimulating defined "pathways", which in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are channels (meridians) in which life energy (Qi) flows. Each meridian is associated with a functional circuit (organ system).


The Kinesio-Tape (also called Taping) is a therapy method for painful illnesses, in particular of the muscle, tendon or skeleton apparatus. The mechanisms of action are direct stimulation of skin receptors for pain relief and wave-like tissue elevation under the tape, which leads to an increased blood and lymph circulation.

Pelvic floor training

Pelvic floor training is indicated as postpartum exercise after pregnancy and childbirth, in cases of bladder and uterus prolapse, urinary or culinary incontinence, and leads to tightening and control of the pelvic floor muscles.

Cranio-Sacral Therapy

Cranio-Sacral Therapy is a branch of osteopathy. Through gentle mobilization of the central connective tissue structures (as a treatment on the skull or pelvis), deep-seated areas of tension can be released.

Myofascial Integration

Myofascial integration (according to B. Geissler) is a further development of the fascia distortion model according to S. Typhaldos, in which connective tissue force transmission pathways are converted into a functional status.

Ergotherapy treatments

Bobath Therapy

The Bobath Concept is a proven, movement therapy treatment concept for people with motor impairments due to neurological dysfunctions.

Brain Performance Training

Here, a targeted therapy of disease-related disorders of cognitive functions takes place, with the aim of improving memory performance and building up concentration and attention.

ADL-Training (Activities of daily life)

Practical activities relevant to everyday life are trained here in order to achieve orientation in the everyday environment and the perception of basic needs. The focus here is on achieving the greatest possible level of independent care.

Marburger Concentration Training (MCT)

MCT is a behavioral therapy training based on self-instruction for preschool and school children up to about 12 years of age. It is used primarily with children with ADD/ADHD and is designed to teach the children basic work techniques for everyday school and homework.

Mirror Therapy

In mirror therapy, a mirror is placed in the center of the patient's body in such a way that movements of the healthy arm/leg are perceived as movements of the affected arm/leg by looking into the mirror. This illusion activates certain brain areas that have a positive influence on rehabilitation.

Hand Therapy

Hand therapy deals specifically with the characteristics and functions of the hand, as well as the limitations associated with it.

Manual procedures

Manual therapy involves special handgrip techniques that are used to localize movement disorders in the extremities - joints or spine. In addition, this form of therapy is suitable for both pain relief and mobilization of movement restrictions.

Sensory Integration Therapy (SI)

Sensory integration is the ability to organize sensory impressions in order to make sense of them. In therapy, targeted stimuli are used to improve integration. It is mainly used in children.

Affolter Model

This therapy enables the patient to learn in a practical and everyday way. In the case of disturbed perception, guided interaction with hands and body during everyday events can help to improve the sensed information search. This guided interaction experience enhances motor, cognitive and emotional performance.