Any treatment that is both gentle and highly effective must always be based on a sound and carefully established diagnosis.
To do this, in addition to a detailed personal talk between doctor and patient, a careful clinical examination is necessary.
We also use all the currently available and useful modern examination processes such as computer tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) to establish a precise picture of the ailment.
We also attach great importance to interdisciplinary cooperation between experienced colleagues with different areas of specialisation. These include internal medicine, for example, neurology, radiology, physiotherapy and others.
Of course we also keep in close contact with your attending GP.
So it is necessary to individually establish the causes of the ailments for each patient, and only then to choose a particular treatment process from the broad range of treatment methods available.