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Klassische Massagetherapie

Classical massage therapy

The classical massage therapy is a mechanotherapy in which the balance in the human body is restored through hand movements on the skin. Classical massage therapy uses strokes, flexing, kneading, friction, rubbing, tapping and shaking..

The intended effects of a classical massage therapy:  

  • physical relaxation, release of muscular tension  

  • Relief of physical complaints such as tension headaches  

  • Physical recovery and regeneration  

  • dissolution of blockages  

  • Energizing physical, mental and spiritual abilities  

  • Activation of the energy flow in the body  

  • improvement of blood circulation in the skin  

  • Holistic healing is initiated


Connective tissue massage, colon massage and foot reflex zone massage are additional forms of massage that are carried out professionally in our practice.

Classical massage therapy

PNF concept

The PNF concept (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) was developed in the 1940s by Dr. Kabat and the physiotherapist Margaret Knott. The PNF method is based on a treatment philosophy whose starting point is that every human being has latent motor skills that can be stimulated and activated through suitable facilitation.

The facilitation forms the basis of the PNF concept. Facilitation literally means "to make something easier", e.g. to make a movement easier for the patient.

Treatment of the PNF method:

  • Improving motor control and strengthening muscles

  • Normalization of muscle tone

  • Improving mobility

  • Improving stability, endurance, coordination


PNF can help with:

  • the time after a stroke

  • multiple sclerosis

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Morbus Bechterev

  • Surgical patients, e.g. with knee joint endoprosthesis or with hip joint endoprosthesis


Natural moor pack

The use of natural mud is one of the oldest remedies. Not only are anti-inflammatory substances released in the body, but also the minerals, trace elements and vitamins contained in the mud are delivered to the skin.

By supplying heat, not only can a reaction be achieved in the skin, but the deep-lying tissue can also be influenced. The increased blood flow stimulates the metabolism. As a result, the affected tissue is supplied with an increased amount of oxygen and nutrients. This results in pain relief as well as the regeneration of muscles, ligaments and joints.

Areas of application:

  • arthrosis

  • Myalgia (muscle pain)

  • Myogelosis (hardened muscles)

  • tension

  • muscle shortening

  • Chronic painful processes

  • Chronic inflammatory processes

  • lumbago

  • soft tissue rheumatism

Natural moor pack

Kinesio taping

The basis of the Medical Taping Concept was laid in the seventies in Japan. It was here that the taping methods were developed, based on the idea that movement and muscle activity are important in order to maintain or restore health.


Fields of application:  

  • Reduction of pain and swelling  

  • earlier entry into training during the rehabilitation phase  

  • in the prevention of sports injuries, bandages reduce the risk of injury


Treatable clinical pictures:  

  • Cervical spine syndrome

  • Headache

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome  

  • Tennis elbow  

  • Scoliosis

Shoulder treatment with kinesio tape
Kinesio taping


Electrotherapy is a part of physiotherapy that uses low-frequency forms of electricity to relieve pain. The main areas of application are all acute and chronic pain conditions in chronic degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system and chronic inflammatory processes.

Electrotherapy can help with:  

  • Muscle weakness

  • Weakness of the foot lifter

  • Herniated disc

  • Tennis elbow

  • Arthrosis  

  • Promotion of blood circulation and metabolism

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