Sustainable – Compatible – Evident

The treatment methods are scientifically based and evident (effect proven).

Our many years of experience and the scientific studies show the outstanding treatment safety with regard to tolerability and risks. The treatments are effective in the long term compared to classical treatment with pain-relieving drugs or treatment with cortisone. In cases where the use of drugs is limited due to concomitant diseases, the methods of regenerative medicine are applicable due to their excellent tolerability.

The objective of regenerative medicine in each case is to use the body’s own cell functions to restore a normal tissue environment (the body’s own healing capacity) with normal function and freedom from pain.

Treatment spectrum

From an original, primarily rheumatological-orthopaedic objective of orthobiology, regenerative medicine has increasingly developed in our work and allows an extension of the regenerative effect to a wide variety of diseases and injuries:

  • Joint arthrosis

  • Joint injuries/Joint trauma
  • Muscle injuries

  • Tendon injuries/Overloads
  • Nerve injuries/Nerve pain
  • Diseases and injuries of the back

  • Bone injuries and bone overloads

  • Nerve damage (CRPS/restless leg/Small Fiber diseases)
  • Diseases with symptoms of exhaustion (CFS (ME/CFS) Chronic Fatique Syndrom, post-COVID-condition, Fibromyalgie)

  • Pain syndromes (Fibromyalgie, myofascial pain disorders, mitochondrial dysfunction)

  • early/mild diseases of the central nervous system (Dementia, Parkinson’s, MS, stroke) and associated complaint complexes

Treatment methods

  • Use medicinally for microperfusion promotion (improvement of blood flow properties and capillarisation) for improved tissue supply
  • Use of micronutrients in the treatment of connective tissue (Tendons/Ribbons/extracellular matrix) and joints
  • Hydrogen inhalation, which scavenges radicals in the body (REDOX therapy) for inflammation reduction
  • PhotoBioModulation (PBM/LLLT) with its different variants of light sources and energy

  • Neuroprolotherapy for the regeneration of nerve fibres in pain therapy and restoration of function

  • Prolotherapy for pain therapy and mechanical correction of tissue structures

  • cell based therapy with “own blood”: Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP/PRGF)

  • Cell based therapy with Small Vessel Fraction (MSC, Effector cells/Regenerative cells of tissue regeneration)
  • N.I.O. Injection system (intraosseous treatment/Treatment of osteoarthritis in damaged bone)
  • Occlusion therapy (Blood flow restriction therapy)


  • Overcoming pain
  • Restoration of tissue function

  • improved body control

  • Restoration of performance

  • Recovering Quality of life (QoL) for social, professional and leisure life

  • Use of treatment methods with the lowest treatment risk and high efficacy

  • Cost-effectiveness, by overcoming chronic symptomatology and avoiding cost-intensive therapy procedures

Well networked

Cooperations and Congresses

ICRS - International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society
IARMES - International Regenerative Medicine Experts Society
TOBI - The Orthobiologic Institute
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