We have managed to cure the Pubalgia (pubic bone inflammation) in a particularly short time and thus to minimize the training break. Our treatment method is an absolute novelty and ensures us a unique selling point in this field.
Pubalgia is a painful inflammation of the pubic symphysis and nearby structures such as adductors, cervical muscles and fascia. It forces the athlete to a break of several months, which is particularly disadvantageous in competitive sports. Sports, where great forces on the symphysis occur, such as football, American football, basketball or tennis are extremely affected. The Pubalgia is considered to be particularly difficult to treat. It is treated with anti-inflammatories, cortisone, infusion therapy and sparing.
Through our specific treatment process even the most severe ankle and knee injuries can be restored in record time and full function and resilience can be achieved.
The risk of a renewed injury, especially in athletes, is minimized. For conventional treatments, about one third of patients suffer a new injury within 3 years. Even at later times, many patients complain of a slight yielding of the ankle, pain during walking and running, slight swelling and a slight instability of the ankle or knee joint. Particularly dangerous for the band structures of the ankle and knee joint are sports with frequent rapid changes of direction and jumps and contact with opponents. Among the sports that are particularly common are injuries such as football, basketball and volleyball.
Complex positioning and functional methods can effectively and sustainably repair even serious injuries and injuries in the back and shoulders.
All common back injuries such as disc herniations, muscle strain, spinal compression and vertebral fractures, etc., are functionally stabilized by our method, thereby achieving rapid pain relief and exercise capacity. Especially at the shoulder, as a very complex joint of the human body, functional disorders very easily lead to different types of injuries, which we have specialized in.