A good mixture
Now we would like to give you a brief insight here into what our work as a physiotherapist defines:
The physiotherapist works together with the patient to prevent health disorders and to maintain, restore and improve functions and abilities. Based on the doctor’s diagnosis, the physical therapist prepares his findings. That means that he examines the patient to determine exactly when and where what kind of functional disorders or pain he/she has.
Our team speaks the following languages: German, English, French.
About our work
It is enormously important that classical physiotherapy, the complex field of physical therapy and the subsequent building up of stability, strength, coordination of the entire body, as well as regaining self-confidence perfectly harmonize with each other and are tailored to you. This type of holistic therapy can make it possible to avoid surgery and thus increase your quality of life in the long term. Our advanced training courses, which are geared towards this, allow us to draw from a wide range of treatment options.
The practice is located in a courtyard in the heart of Düsseldorf – in the city district Flingern. You can also easy park in this courtyard, directly in front of the entrance, free of charge. If you use public transport you get off directly in front of the courtyard entrance. The stop is called Wetterstraße. The rooms of the practice are very bright and unusual, as they have an industrial loft character. The practice has been furnished with attention to detail – here you will not only get fit, but will also immediately feel comfortable in this special ambience.
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Due to the cross-border nature of our work and the holistic approach of our practice, it is important to us that we offer the full range of services to every patient.Find out more >
The physiotherapist works together with the patient to prevent health disorders and to maintain, restore and improve functions and abilities. Based on the doctor’s diagnosis, the physical therapist prepares his findings. That means that he examines the patient to determine exactly when and where what kind of functional disorders or pain he/she has.Find out more >
Currently issued prescriptions have a maximum of 28 calendar days from the date of issue to start. A prescription with 6 units for patients with statutory health insurance must be completed in 12 weeks. For prescriptions with more than 6 units, patients with statutory health insurance have 24 weeks.