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Everything that moves moves either by nature,

by an external force or by its will. 


Physiotherapy is working with movement. The therapy focuses on the person's ability to move, taking into account all influencing factors. This holistic approach enables individual adaptation and development of a person-centered and everyday-oriented therapy.

Focal points

• Physiotherapy

I try to address your symptoms individually using a variety of treatment approaches.

The person as a whole is the focus of treatment. Above all, functionality and everyday orientation are the focus of therapy. Relaxing as well as activating methods can be helpful. I support you if you have problems with your musculoskeletal system that cause pain, restricted movement or problems with everyday activities.


Pregnant and postpartum women

Support in maintaining and building an active lifestyle is important for your own safety and well-being, especially during pregnancy and after birth. I will happily advise you in these two sensitive phases of life and support you while carrying out sporting activities (e.g. training control, training structure). You are often confronted with myths or general statements that are personally unsettling and ultimately result in a reduction in exercise, sport and ultimately general activity.


During pregnancy (e.g. changes in physical constitution, tissue adjustments, etc.) and after birth (e.g. birth injuries, pelvic floor, stability, breastfeeding and carrying, etc.) a wide variety of complaints and additional stress can occur.


I accompany you in therapy by individually addressing preferences, priorities, complaints and resources. A realistic training, exercise and treatment plan can be developed together.

• Neurorehabilitation

Neurological complaints are highly individual and usually affect everyday ability. I accompany you with everyday-oriented therapy, with the main focus being the effective application of your potential. Training recommendations and self-training are part of every treatment in order to be able to work independently as quickly as possible.

Please note that it is necessary to be able to climb 8 steps up and down (handrail is on the right side, up on the left side) to get to the practice.

Our Physiotherapist

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