restores, maintains and helps you gain well-being.


Physiotherapy focuses on developing, maintaining and restoring the greatest possible flexibility and functionality in people. The focus is on a patient’s mobility, function, and well-being, through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness.

With my treatments I strive for the greatest possible autonomy and life quality for my patients.

Physiotherapy is used in all sorts of medical specialities including orthopaedics, neurology, traumatology, gynaecology, urology and many more). I implement my expert knowledge in the areas of prevention and rehabilitation above all.

Physiotherapy for children and babies

Physiotherapy for Babies and Children

Physiotherapy for babies and children

Does your child have trouble sleeping, is grinding his or her teeth, or is complaining about headaches or stomach pain? I help your child grow into a stable and aligned self. Let me teach your child how good it feels to be taken care of by another expert beside their parents and the pediatrician!

Children’s physiotherapy aims to improve a child’s life quality and awaken their natural love of movement. Using different tests tailored to the child’s age and diagnosis, we examine the findings in detail. Together with the parents, we determine the main therapy areas for the child.

With the aid of physical exercises and games, we are able to improve the child’s posture, strength, stamina, and coordination. Our methodical approach is based on medical kinesiotherapeutic knowledge.

Common indications:

  • Bad posture (Scoliosis, hollow & hunched back, foot misalignment, leg length discrepancy)
  • Sport injuries
  • Condition after bone fracture
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Digestive disorders
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders

Physiotherapy for Adults

Would you like a calm mind, stable body, longevity and high-energy?

My physiotherapy treatments also help by:

  • focusing on re-balancing after giving birth
  • giving short and sweet exercises as a follow up
  • prescribing individual movements
  • suggesting which sport is best for you
  • explaining how to start getting back in shape

Therapy is individually customized and includes:

  • Posture: training and correction of the entire spine, to prevent damage of the spine and the entire motor system
  • Promotion of balance and coordination
  • Training stamina and resilience
  • Promotion of muscular strength and flexibility
  • Training body perception
  • Harmonization of movement behavior through relaxation techniques or techniques that stimulate movement.

Common indications:

  • Back and spine problems
  • Problems with joints and joint replacements
  • Muscle strain
  • Fractures
  • Rheumatic diseases
  • Scoliosis
  • Scarring (cicatrization)
  • Condition after stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Paraplegia



Hippotherapy is physiotherapy with horses where children can train their balance and coordination. The three-dimensional movement of the horse’s back provides an incredibly multifaceted therapeutic area of activity. Children love being with horses and it’s pure bliss to watch them bloom on the horse.

The patient sitting on the horse’s back has to constantly react to its movements, meaning that movement patterns, balance, coordination and much more can be practiced. The tension of the muscles is positively influenced in this way, and sensory processing, breathing, perception and psychological state can be significantly influenced.

Hippotherapy can help with :

  • Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system (for example: cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, paraplegia…)
  • Diseases of the caliper and musculoskeletal system (for example: scoliosis, poor posture…)
  • Muscular and metabolic diseases

In Austria and Germany, hippotherapy is only allowed to be practiced by physiotherapists who have completed additional training in hippotherapy. The treatment is tailored to the patient and the therapy plan is drawn up accordingly.

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