Spineliner therapy


Spineliner therapy is available for patients who don’t want or don’t need spinal surgery. When you are restricted by spinal pain at your spine in your freedom of movement. State-of-the-art technology supports us in diagnosing and treating your musculoskeletal system.

How does the diagnosis and therapy process take place in the area of ​​the spine?

Gentle mechanical impulses are transmitted to the vertebral joints by means of a computer-controlled device. When the vortex is triggered, it vibrates at a certain frequency. The standard frequency is between 45 and 55 hertz. For example, a restricted vertebra, which is hampered in its mobility, be it by dysfunction, blockage or wear, oscillates at a different, higher frequency. These frequencies and other diagnostic information are displayed on the monitor and are used as therapy advice.



How often and at what intervals should the spineliner be used?

This question can only be answered case by case. Normally, in acute pain, there are one to two visits to the doctor each week. Furthermore, the number and frequency of visits also depends on the scope of accompanying measures.

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Extract of the main areas of application

Neck, back and back pain
Intervertebral disc disease
Tension headache
joint blocking
Painful tendon and joint approaches
Replacement or supplementation of infiltration treatment
Acupuncture / acupressure technique
Trigger Point Technology

The advantages of the spineliner for the patient

non-invasive method (no stitch or cut)
Replacement therapy versus infiltration
normally completely painless
objectified analysis
Treatment results are displayed immediately
graphic representation of the healing process
digital documentation of the data