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Targeted and Efficient Rehabilitation
for Private and Professional Everyday Life

It represents a collection of treatment techniques aimed at improving movement restrictions, enhancing motor skills such as targeted activation of muscle fibers, increased coordinative abilities, and improved speed, thus achieving a more targeted and efficient rehabilitation in both private and professional daily life.

Respiratory Therapy

A partly dynamic, partly passive technique for treating respiratory diseases such as bronchial asthma, cystic fibrosis, lung emphysema, but also for rehabilitation after thoracic (chest) or lung surgery.

Manual Therapy

A manual, physiotherapeutic technique focusing on the functional joint (arthron). It considers not only the joint itself but also the parts of the musculature, organs, skin, nerves, bones, connective tissue, and vascular components that have developed in conjunction with the joint over the course of evolution. This method is primarily used for restrictions in the mobility of limb joints and the spine.

Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)

A dynamic, physiotherapeutic technique for treating neurological diseases such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, or multiple sclerosis. It works through the sensory, processing, and responding neuromuscular system by offering patients three-dimensional, spiral, and diagonal complex movement patterns.


A passive, physiotherapeutic technique excellently suited for treating neurological conditions like torticollis spasmodicus, strokes, paralysis as well as orthopedic conditions such as scoliosis.

The patient is placed in a specific starting position where they must remain, while the therapist applies pressure impulses at specific body points, known as action enhancers. These pressure impulses lead to reactive tensions in certain muscle chains.

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