Why choose my practice?
In my new, light and airy private consulting rooms patients are welcomed with an atmosphere of calmness and warmth far away from the stresses of everyday life. It is therefore ideal for private patients who appreciate individual, reliable and thorough treatment and consultation.
My priority is to take time, to listen and to work out with each patient the best possible treatment options. This is reflected in the opening times. Appointments for consultations from Monday - Friday between 9am and 12pm allocate plenty of time for each individual patient. Afternoon appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays are reserved for time consuming treatments and consultations. At other times appointments are also available by arrangement.
With my extensive experience as an orthopaedic consultant in Kaiserswerth and Düsseldorf I cover the whole spectrum of orthopaedics and sports and exercise medicine. This includes paediatric orthopaedics including sonography of baby’s hips, orthopaedic pain therapy by means of shockwave therapy, chirotherapy, infusions, injections and alternative therapies such as acupuncture, neural therapy or cupping.
In addition we offer interventional pain therapy of the spine by which pain relievers or anti inflammatories, with the aid of CT or X-ray, are injected directly into the source of the pain with fine needles.
The practice has specialist equipment to measure for foot orthotics
By using the very specialised technology for foot orthotics we are able to treat basic foot problems as well as medical conditions of the whole musculoskeletal system and specific sport related problems.
Besides acupuncture (including dizziness problems, tinnitus or allergies) and trigger point acupuncture, a particular strength of our practice is the treatment with focused and radial shockwaves .Typical indications are heel spur, tennis elbow, calcific tendinitis of the shoulder, bursitis, muscle and tendon injuries, patella knee cap- syndrome, shin splint or persistent muscle tension (myofascial pain syndrome).
Dr.med. Gereon Kavermann