• Manual therapy
  • Traction
  • Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy with equipment
  • Manual lymph drainage (MLD)
  • Compression bandaging
  • Traditional medicinal massage
  • Craniomandibular Dysfunction (CMD)
  • Thermo therapy (heat & cold therapy)
  • Electrotherapy
  • Ultrasound therapy
  • Medical taping
  • Fasciae treatment
  • Trigger point treatment

Manual therapy

Manual therapy is a process carried out specifically by trained physiotherapists. It is used to improve the function of the defective musculoskeletal system as well as the movability of the muscles and joints and relieves pain. Manual therapy distinguishes itself through specific mobilisation techniques such as stretching and extending of different limbs and joints, through which certain traction stimuli are applied (traction treatment, extension treatment).This therapy is based on the realisation, that vertebrae can shift in abnormal directions due to strain, thereby acting on the surrounding nerves and causing painful blockages. These can be released with the help of this type of therapy.


  • Improved mobility
  • Release of painful blockages
  • Pain relief



Traction is a therapy method whereby an exact pull on the spine or individual joint is created. Through this the joint partners are pulled apart, the joint surfaces and nerves are unburdened, the muscles in the body region are stretched and the pain is relieved. During traction treatment, specific equipment is often used to create the desired effect. The following example can help visualise the therapy: during the treatment of a slipped disc the room between the vertebrae can be increased through a traction treatment so that the intervertebral disc may slip back into place.


  • Pain relief
  • Improved mobility of the joint partners
  • Support of joint mobility



Physiotherapy sessions can occur actively or passively. The patient can take an active part in the treatment or the therapist carries out the treatments passively on the patient. The focus hereby is on mobilising and stabilising movement exercises that can be performed with or without equipment. The different exercises, which are individually adapted to the patient, not only serve to improve mobility, but also to strengthen the muscles of the musculoskeletal system. This is also used during training sessions and can be carried out as individual or group therapy sessions.


  • Improved mobility
  • Promotion of pain relief
  • Relaxation and strengthening of the musculature
  • Ensuring the stabilisation of the exercised muscles


Physiotherapy with equipment

Through training units using equipment as well as tension devices, physiotherapy with equipment supports and improves muscle strength, endurance and movement, as well as general conditioning. This therapy method contributes to the recovery of a wide range of conditions, such as orthopaedic, surgical, and internal issues. We offer training sessions to patients of all fitness levels.


  • Strengthening/stabilisation of muscle power
  • Improved mobility
  • Support of conditioning and endurance
  • Pain relief


Manual lymph drainage (MLD)

Manual lymph drainage is defined as a draining therapy and part of the complex physical draining therapies. Lymphedema can build up if tissue fluids accumulate in the body. Through this therapy method, the fluid is transported to the lymph nodes and broken down.


  • Stimulate lymph drainage
  • Decongestion of tissue
  • Reduction of swelling


Compression bandaging

Compression bandages are an important aspect during lymphedema treatment and are used for drainage purposes, as well as supporting the preservation of the MLD. Short-stretch bandages are used to reduce swelling and prevent fluid accumulation.


  • Decongestion of tissue
  • Reduction of swelling
  • Maintaining the decongestion of tissue

Traditional medicinal massage

Traditional medicinal massage is also known as KMT. It helps to release muscle tension, aiding in overall relaxation. Specific hand movements, or rather techniques are used that address deep muscle groups and do not just work on the surface. The massage effect stimulates the blood flow and thus promotes increased circulation in the body region.


  • Release of tensions
  • Pain relief
  • Stimulation of blood flow


Craniomandibular Dysfunction (CMD)

Craniomandibular dysfunction describes a disruption of the chewing function which may lead to a range of symptoms such as head-, back- and jaw aches, tension, tinnitus, or even teeth grinding. The most common cause is a jaw malposition which can be treated by a special CMD physiotherapy.


  • Alleviation of head- and jaw aches
  • Reduction of back pain and tension
  • Inhibition of tinnitus and teeth grinding


Thermo therapy (heat & cold therapy)

This therapy method belongs to the lengthy procedures of physical medical therapies. It includes both heat- and cold (cryotherapy) therapy.

Heat therapy

Heat therapy causes increased blood flow and stimulates the body’s metabolism ensuring a better removal of chemical messengers. To facilitate this process, the heat generates vasodilation (vasodilatation) in the vessels of the treated body parts, which initiate the removal. This causes, among other things, the relaxation of the muscles, pain relief, loosening of connective tissue and acceleration of the viscosity (viscous fluid) of the synovia (synovial fluid). This form of therapy is carried out using hot rolls, fango, red light, and hot air.


  • Promotion of increased blood flow
  • Improvement of metabolism
  • Pain relief
  • Relaxation of muscular tensions


Cold therapy/Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is the counterpart of heat therapy. The cold causes vasoconstriction (narrowing of blood vessels) in the treated body parts, reducing excess blood flow and thus reducing the storage of fluids (edema formation). The cold inhibits the inflammatory processes in the treated body regions, slowing down metabolic processes which counteracts the inflammatory process. The cooling of the skin and muscle tone (basic tension in the muscle) relieves pain. This form of therapy is carried out using an ice pen, ice lollipop, cool pack, cooling cuffs, and cryogenic devices.


  • Pain relief
  • Decreasing blood flow
  • minimising swelling
  • Works against muscle tensions



Electrotherapy (electro simulation) is part of the physical therapies. It is used to relax muscles and support blood flow. The method also helps against lesions by reducing pain and encouraging the healing process. During this therapy, electrodes are attached to the affected extremities or the torso.


  • Pain relief
  • Re-injection of the nerves
  • Muscle strength
  • Reduction of paralysis symptoms


Ultrasound therapy

Ultrasound therapy belongs, among others, to electrotherapy treatments. Warmth is created through sound waves which reduce pain caused through joint and vertebrae complications. This therapy method is also used to break down bruising.


  • Pain relief
  • Reduction of infection
  • Treatment of bruising


Medical taping

This treatment was created in Tokyo in the 1970s. Through the application of tape, the circulation between the skin and muscles is influenced to stimulate the body’s own healing process. This type of treatment is used both in daily life and in sports medicine. The tapes stabilise the muscles and support the lymph system in the body. They do not just stabilise and support the joint function, but also help with lymphatic congestion and reduces lymphedema.


  • Stimulate circulation within the body
  • Stabilise muscles
  • Support joint functions
  • Release lymphatic congestion


Fasciae treatment

Fasciae are part of the tissue that surround our muscles, vessels, tendons, and ligaments, but also our bones and organs. They ensure stability and flexibility in the body but due to lack of movement or stress may start sticking together causing pain. During a fasciae treatment, the pain is relieved through specific techniques which work to unstick the fasciae. This treatment method is not to be confused with traditional medical massages.


  • Release of fasciae sticking
  • Muscle relaxation
  • Pain relief


Trigger point treatment

During this treatment, the cause of the pain rather than the symptoms is treated. The cause lies at the myofascial trigger points, which are small contraction knots in the muscle fibres that shorten the affected muscle and reduce its strength. Through this, blockages and incorrect weightbearing can occur, which in turn painfully affect other joints in the body. For example, the trigger of back pain may be found in the abs or of headaches in the neck area. During trigger point treatment, our therapists use pressure on the trigger points to release tension and relax the muscles relieving complaints.


  • Pain relief and release of blockage
  • Improvement of muscle shortening
  • Relief of differing pain points in the body