✔ Detailed anamnesis
✔ Manual examination
✔ Apparative support
»The basis for the therapy is a comprehensive diagnosis based on a detailed initial consultation and a manual examination.« – Facharzt Dr. med. Martin Ihle, Berlin
Every therapy starts with an exact diagnosis. Only by listening attentively to the detailed anamnesis interview can most symptoms be narrowed down very precisely. This facilitates the subsequent manual and instrumental examination.
For my patients, I start the diagnosis with a classical orthopedic examination. Among other things, I pay attention to the gait pattern, the posture, the muscle relief as well as to malpositions of the joints and the pelvis.
I then carry out a manual medical examination in order to precisely locate joint blockages or disturbed myofascial structures with the touch of sensitive, trained hands. The elegance of this method lies in the fact that I can go directly from diagnostics to manual therapy.
Ultrasound and foot pressure measurement
The most important instrumental examination of the orthopaedist is ultrasound. This allows pathological changes or inflammation of muscular structures, tendon attachments
Another examination is the measurement of foot pressure. This not only determines whether someone needs insoles and how they need to be adjusted
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) measurement Indicator of stress level
Stress also often contributes to
Patients get a clear visualization of the results so that they can easily understand the result. Based on the results, specific therapeutic measures can be derived later.
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