Manual Medicine

Manual medicine is particularly applied for back, joint and muscle pain, i.e. conditions resulting from inappropriate biomechanical stress, accidents or diseases. Manual medical practitioners apply special grips and movements to re-establish the mobility of the patient’s spine and joints.
They remove blocks and loosen tense muscles, correct impaired joint functions and thus ease the patient’s pain. The subsequent follow-up and build-up program is just as important as the therapy itself. To prevent relapses, the physician develops a rehabilitation and training program specially tailored to the patient. Functional disorders of the patient’s posture and musculoskeletal system are more and more treated by specially trained physicians applying manual grips and movements.

Manual medicine is available at:

Treatment Spectrum

  • Impaired movement
  • Sleep disorders
  • Neck pain, headaches
  • Spinal pain
  • Numbness
  • Dizziness