- with individual methods -
Every treatment in my practice for osteopathy Stuttgart, begins with a detailed anamnesis interview in which you describe in detail your complaints, the current course of treatment and your goals. In this way, we can work together, step by step, to develop the right and individually tailored treatment methods for you.
The first visit usually lasts 60 minutes. It includes a thorough history, followed by inspection and palpation using classical medicine methods as well as specific osteopathic methods. Please bring to your first appointment all available medical documents (medical reports, examination findings, x-rays, etc.).
Follow-up treatments last 45 minutes and deepen the treatment approach already begun. As a result, we can continue to build on previous treatments by including complementary methods to achieve the desired outcome.
My treatment focus
The structural area
Here, the focus of treatment on the musculoskeletal system, ie the spine, the pelvis and the respective extremities.
It deals with problems with bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia.
The visceral area
Here I deal with the organs and their effects on the musculoskeletal system. Often, there is a disturbance of the natural organ movement. This fine rhythm ensures that the organ works smoothly. Stress, inflammations u.v.m. can block this, which has a long-term effect on the musculoskeletal system.
The cranio-sacral area
Here I concentrate on the head, meninges or the cerebrospinal fluid from the skull (cranium) to the sacrum (sacrum). The craniosacral rhythm can be felt through the connective tissue in the body, it is mainly worked energetically.
A treatment unit in my practice costs € 89,00, which you can pay in cash or refund against invoicing by bank transfer. You will receive a private bill based on the fee schedule for non- medical practitioners (GebüH). These can be forwarded to your health insurance and receive a (pro rata) reimbursement if necessary. Please check with your health insurance company about the modalities.