Physiotherapie Berlin Mitte - Physiotherapie Marsch Berlin-Mitte GmbH
We do not treat the symptom
we treat the cause

Physiotherapie in Berlin Mitte

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We at the physiotherapy practice Berlin Mitte are your partner to make you fit and resilient for your everyday life again. It is important to us that our patients understand the cause of their problems. Only if the cause is treated or removed can the problem be solved sustainably. Our service range comprises many physiotherapeutic treatments, osteopathy procedures and massages. To bring you back into shape quickly after your recovery, we also offer personal training with various training options. A great number of courses and operational health promotion supplement our offer.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR VISIT TO OUR PRACTICE IN BERLIN MITTE!

Our multilingual team welcomes you warmly

Just like the metropolis of Berlin, our practice welcomes visitors from all over the world. To ensure that we can also offer our reliable service to international clients, we have a multilingual team that can look after you in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Hungarian and Albanian.

We look forward to your visit as a statutory or private patient in our practice in Berlin Mitte!

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SCHEDULING AN APPOINTMENT

Simple scheduling by phone. Call us:

030 – 54 88 11 77

We look forward to your call!

Practice opening hours

Monday 8:00 - 21:00 Tuesday 8:00 - 21:00 Wednesday 8:00 - 21:00 Thursday 8:00 - 21:00 Friday 8:00 - 21:00 Saturday 9:00 - 17:00 Closed on Sunday

Directions to the practice

 Habersaathstr. 37, 10115 Berlin Arrival with public transport Approach by car Google Maps Pathfinder

SERVICES / TREATMENT METHODS

We have a broad offer of physiotherapeutic services and osteopathic procedures.

For an overview of all offered services and treatments, see the overview page for services and treatments.

WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?

Physiotherapy includes many natural healing methods to treat motion and function impairments of the human body using the body’s own adaptation mechanisms. Physiotherapy is targeted at healing pain and restrictions of the locomotor system, inner organs or nervous system by external treatments. There are active treatment forms where the patient performs movements independently, and passive methods where the body is moved by the therapist.

Ideally, physiotherapy harmonises body and soul and creates and optimal general condition that heals or at least reduces present disorders and prevents the development of new ones.

WHAT APPLICATIONS ARE THERE FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY?

Kinesio Taping SportlerKinesio taping for athletes Physiotherapy has diverse applications. Prevention, treatment or rehabilitation – physiotherapy generally focuses on functions in the area of the inner organs, the locomotor system or the nervous system.

Physiotherapy is most frequently used for orthopaedic disorders (e.g. arthrosis, accidents, sports injuries), neurological disorders (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, stroke) or function impairment of the inner organs (e.g. circulation issues, asthma).

WHAT IS THE COURSE OF TREATMENT?

Manuelle LymphdrainageManual lymph drainage Every patient is unique. Every disease is individual. Every cause is special. A personal talk between the patient and therapist and a precise examination result in a comprehensive idea of the patient’s health. What are the patient’s symptoms and have there been prior disorders, accidents or surgeries already?

Precise diagnosis is followed by adjusted treatment planning and discussion of the treatment targets. Only then will the actual treatment take place, comprising active movements performed by the patient independently, or passive ones that the therapist performs (e.g. massages). Regular communication between patient and therapist is the basis for optimal treatment with ideal results.

News from the practice – Osteopathy Berlin Mitte

News from the practice and useful information about movement therapy, osteopathic procedures, physiotherapy and personal training can be found in our physiotherapy blog.

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