Back problems

Back problems today
Did you know that only two percent of all back problems require surgery?
According to today’s knowledge, the combination of physiotherapy and training in an individual setting is the therapy of choice for almost all back complaints.
Movement and physiological stress are very important for our backs, as intervertebral discs and joints are nourished primarily by movement.
50-80% of people between 30 and 60 have wear and tear on lumbar discs and vertebral segments and don’t even know it.
Wear and tear on the spine and musculoskeletal system is normal and does not have to be accompanied by discomfort. This is comparable to wrinkling of the skin.
Imaging procedures often do not provide information about the source of pain

Our procedure
Individual manual therapy analysis, consultation and treatment of acute and chronic back pain according to the latest scientific findings.
We work hypothesis-oriented and complement the medical diagnosis of your doctor by means of ICF diagnostics with structural and functional disorders.
It is our concern that you better understand your complaints and can actively do something about them.
We use well-supported measurement methods and questionnaires such as Startback, Oswestry, Fabq, Hads etc. for diagnostics and as course parameters.

We treat the following clinical pictures

  • Non-specific back pain
  • Acute back pain (lumbago)
  • Chronic back pain
  • Vertebral or rib blockages,
  • Pain radiating from the back to the extremities
  • Disc hernias / discopathies
  • Nerve compression / radiculopathies
  • Rheumatological clinical pictures such as Bechterew’s disease or Scheuermann’s disease
  • Postoperative complaints
  • Post-traumatic back complaints

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Make an appointment today

If you would like an appointment or have any questions, we are also happy to assist you in person or by phone.
Our practice administration is available at the following times:
Monday – Friday from 8.00 – 12.00 and from 13.30 – 17.30.
Phone: 061 461 2827