Orthopaedics/traumatology

Welcome to the specialist department of orthopaedics / traumatology

Our many years of experience and the latest scientific knowledge in rehabilitation medicine flows into our spectrum of services for the rehabilitation of orthopaedic/traumatology patients. We implement these into individual treatment concepts for you and continually further develop these. Your treatment is possible with your presence either as an inpatient, as a whole-day outpatient or as an outpatient.

Outpatient private consultations are offered by appointment.

In terms of a holistic rehabilitation, we treat patients:

  • Following orthopaedic surgery to the joints
  • Following surgery to the spinal column
  • Following injuries to the support and musculoskeletal system
  • Following burn and sport injuries
  • Following the amputation of limbs
  • With psychosomatically characterised orthopaedic complaints
  • With chronic pain conditions of the bones, joints and soft tissue
  • With signs of wear of the musculoskeletal system
  • With chronic diseases of the musculoskeletal system
  • With neuro-orthopaedic diseases

In order to achieve the best possible results, the treatment concepts for our orthopaedic/traumatology patients aim to improve or re-establish physical performance, quality of life and the preservation of autonomy in self-responsibility.

Our qualified and motived team guarantee comprehensive supervision and care.

Our objective is to improve mobility, strength and performance ability, thus help patients to regain a good quality of life.

Besides activating nursing care, interdisciplinary medical care and diagnostics are available in our clinic, for example:

  • Manual therapeutic joint diagnostics
  • Joint and soft tissue sonography
  • X-ray diagnostics
  • Clinical-chemical laboratory
  • Bone density measurement – external cooperation
  • Computer/magnetic resonance tomography (CT,MRT) – external cooperation

The wide spectrum of our therapeutic provision enables a treatment plan orientated to your disorder and your specific situation.