top of page


Physiotherapy/physical therapy is based on the patient's complaints and functional and activity limitations, which are made visible in the form of a diagnosis.

It primarily uses the therapist's manual skills, supplemented if necessary by natural physical stimuli (e.g. heat, cold, pressure, radiation, electricity) and promotes the patient's own activity (coordinated muscle activity and conscious perception).

The treatment is adapted to the anatomical and physiological, motivational and cognitive conditions of the patient. The treatment aims, on the one hand, at natural, physiological reactions of the organism (e.g. muscle building and metabolism stimulation), and on the other hand at an improved understanding of how the organism functions (dysfunctions/resources) and on responsible handling of one's own body. The goal is to restore, maintain or promote health and very often to reduce pain.

bottom of page