A healthy approach to one’s body is important for well-being. Sometimes unhealthy behaviour is unconsciously repeated. This can lead to a lack of vitality and subsequently to illness.
Even minimal changes in your lifestyle can have a positive impact on your well-being.

Primary prevention

Preventive / healthy check-up

To prevent the occurrence of health risk factors at an early stage.

Nutritional counselling

  • Set nutrition goals
  • Nutrition change
  • Nutrition plan

Exercise regime

  • Active: coordination training, endurance training, strength training as part of physiotherapeutic care or in terms of personal training, as well as the creation of a training plan
  • Passive: manual therapy, massage (classical massage, acupressure massage, Thai massage – Nuad), shiatsu, cupping, moxibustion, acupuncture, neural therapy

Stress reduction

  • Counselling on lifestyle changes, mental training, autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation according to Jacobson, sport and exercise, occasionally complementary passive manual therapy methods

Secondary prevention

Secondary prevention examinations

  • Preventive / healthy check-up for early detection of diseases
  • Laboratory checks
  • EKG examinations
  • Blood sugar determination
  • Urine strip test
  • Clinical status

Tertiary prevention

Rehabilitation after accidents or illness

  • Preventing chronification of acute pain
  • Restoration of mobility
  • If possible, avoidance of progression of disease