Your health is important to us!
We use high-quality air purifiers from Philips to ensure that your stay in our practice is as pleasant as possible and that the air is as germ-free as possible. We do everything to keep the air in the room free of dust, viruses, bacteria, allergens and unpleasant odours. We also have a ventilation system in our practice. Our therapists wear FFP2 masks during your treatment.
With us you are in good hands. We do everything to protect your health – in these difficult times.
Physiotherapy in Berlin Mitte
As a practice for physiotherapy in Berlin Mitte, we are your partner at your side so that you are fit and resilient for everyday life again. It is important to us that our patients understand the cause of their problem. Because only if the cause is treated or eliminated, the problem can be solved permanently. Our range of services includes a variety of physiotherapeutic treatments, osteopathic procedures and massages. To help you get fit again quickly after your recovery, we also offer personal training with various training programs. A wide range of courses and workplace health promotion round off our offer.
Our multilingual team welcomes you
Just like the metropolis of Berlin, our practice welcomes visitors from all over the world. To be able to offer our reliable service to international customers, we have a multilingual team that can serve you in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Hungarian and Albanian.
We are looking forward to your visit as an insured or private patient in our practice in Berlin Mitte!
Practice opening hours
Monday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed on Sundays
Osteopathy – Services & treatment methods
We offer a wide range of physiotherapeutic services and osteopathic procedures.
An overview of all services and treatments offered can be found on the overview page services and treatments.
What is physiotherapy
Physiotherapy comprises a variety of natural healing methods that treat movement and functional disorders of the human body using the body’s own adaptation mechanisms. The goal is to heal pain and restrictions of the musculoskeletal system, internal organs or the nervous system through external applications. There are active forms of therapy in which the patient performs movements independently and passive methods in which movements are performed by the therapist.
Ideally, physiotherapy leads to a harmonization of body and soul and creates an optimal general condition that heals or at least alleviatescurrent illnesses and acts preventively against further diseases.
What are the fields of application in physiotherapy?
The areas of application of exercise therapy are many and varied. Whether prevention, therapy or rehabilitation – in general, physiotherapy focuses on functions of the internal organs, the locomotor system or the nervous system.
Exercise therapy is most frequently used for orthopedic diseases (e.g. arthrosis, accidents, sports injuries), neurological diseases (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis – MS, strokes) or for functional disorders of the internal organs (e.g. circulatory disorders, asthma).
What is the course of a treatment?
Every patient is different, every illness is individual, every cause special. A personal conversation between patient and therapist as well as a detailed examination create a comprehensive picture of the patient’s health condition. What symptoms does the patient suffer from and have there been previous illnesses, accidents or operations?
An exact diagnosis is followed by an adapted therapy plan and a discussion of the therapy goals. Only then does the actual treatment take place, which consists of active, i.e. independently performed movements by the patient or passive, i.e. movements performed by the therapist (e.g. massages). The basis of an optimal treatment with ideal results is a regular communicative exchange between patient and therapist.
News from the practice – Osteopathie 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.
12. November 2020
Sympathetic therapy against chronic pain and complaints of the internal organs
The sympathetic nerve cells are located in the spinal cord. The sympathetic nervous system can be imagined as a borderline that runs to the left […]
12. November 2020
Pelvic inclination: shoulder, neck, headache
Pain and tension in the shoulders, neck or head area can have various causes. Often, however, chronic pain is mainly due to a pelvic inclination. […]
29. October 2020
We are looking for: Physiotherapist (m / f) full-time and part-time * Updated *
We are looking for full-time and part-time physiotherapists for our new physiotherapy practice in Berlin-Mitte. We distinguish ourselves through our professional and individual patient advice […]