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Do you feel fit and want it to stay that way?
Then ask us about the right examination. Because this helps you to identify common diseases such as cardiovascular diseases or diabetes or their risk factors at an early stage.

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1. Intravenous Administration

A vitamin infusion is injected directly into the bloodstream through a tube and needle at a rate similar to a classic sodium chloride infusion solution. This supplies cells with valuable active ingredients. Treatment typically lasts 30-40 minutes (including preparation time).

2. Efficacy of Intravenous Vitamins

Intravenous vitamins are said to act faster than orally ingested vitamin capsules. Unlike vitamin supplements taken orally, of which up to 80% may not reach the bloodstream, the digestive system is effectively bypassed here, so no vitamins are lost and 100% reach the blood.

3. How Often Can You Receive a Vitamin Infusion

An ideal regimen consists of six to eight infusions over a six-week period, or one to two infusions per week. How quickly you experience an effect is as individual as the treatment itself; some people notice an effect immediately, while others do so after a few weeks.

4. Possible Indications

Fatigue, inflammation in the body, burnout, depression, reduced performance, susceptibility to infection, and more.

5. Possible Side Effects

All vitamins in the infusions are water-soluble and can be excreted through the kidneys. In my practice, there have been no complications other than bruising at the injection site.

6. Consultation

After an extensive medical history consultation, the doctor determines which vitamin infusion is right for you. We regularly receive feedback from you in order to adjust the dosage of the ingredients if necessary.

7. Cost

Depending on the scope and composition of the individual infusion components, treatment will cost between €70-€100.


1. Conversation

The check-up starts with a conversation – the so-called anamnesis. We will ask you about previous illnesses and illnesses of family members as well as any complaints. We will also check your vaccination status.

2. Investigation

A complete physical examination: blood pressure, heart, lungs, head, neck, abdomen, spine, musculoskeletal system, nervous system and sensory organs are checked in order to be able to determine abnormal or pathological findings.

3. Advice

Finally, we will inform you about the results of the check-up and create an individual risk profile for you.
If a disease is suspected or diagnosed, further examinations or appropriate treatment follow.


1. Blood sampling & urine test

Taking a blood sample: This is then evaluated in the laboratory and provides information about cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Based on these values, the doctor can determine whether, for example, diabetes is suspected.
NEW: One-time screening for hepatitis B and C: The blood test is intended to identify undiscovered infections and treat them early to prevent long-term effects.

The examination of the urine: indications of kidney and bladder diseases, but also of diabetes can be read on the test strip of the urine sample.

It is important that you come to the appointment sober.

2. Conversation

The check-up starts with a conversation – the so-called anamnesis. The doctor will ask you about previous illnesses and illnesses of family members as well as any complaints. We will also check your vaccination status.

3. Investigation

A complete physical examination: blood pressure, heart, lungs, head, neck, abdomen, spine, musculoskeletal system, nervous system and sensory organs are checked in order to be able to determine abnormal or pathological findings.

4. Advice

Finally, we will inform you about the results of the check-up and create an individual risk profile for you.
If a disease is suspected or diagnosed, further examinations or appropriate treatment follow.

What can men expect from prostate cancer screening?

The doctor scans the external and internal genital organs. The testicles are also examined to feel for hardening, which can indicate testicular cancer. However, this form of cancer tends to occur in young men and, in terms of frequency, with around 4,000 new cases per year, cannot be compared with prostate cancer, with around 60,000 new cases per year.

Prostate cancer screening also aims to sensitize men to the importance of palpation. Benign changes can also be discovered, such as an enlarged prostate. Incidentally, this is the most common benign disease in older men and leads to problems with urination.

From the age of 50 early detection of colorectal cancer 50 to 54 years: annual test for hidden blood in the stool.

Early detection of colorectal cancer 50 to 54 years: optional annual test for hidden blood in the stool or from the age of 50: two colonoscopies at least ten years apart.

How do I prepare for the examination?

There are a few things to keep in mind to make the investigation as easy as possible:

Before the examination, remove nail polish from your fingernails and toenails, as skin cancer can also develop under the nails. Body jewelry such as ear studs or piercings can also make it difficult for the doctor to recognize small changes. Also, do not wear make-up: “light skin cancer” in particular can hardly be detected with make-up on. Since your scalp will also be examined closely, you should also avoid gel, hairspray, braids…

How is the examination performed?

First, we will inquire about your state of health and your previous illnesses. We also determine whether there are any risk factors.

Then the whole skin is examined. To do this, take off your clothes. First, her scalp is examined closely, and the hair is parted with a spatula. The ears are also carefully inspected. You may have to take off your glasses so that you can also look at your eyes and lids. Finally, your oral mucosa, lips and gums are examined with a new spatula. The neck, torso, axillae, arms and hands are checked.

The breast is also examined for abnormal skin areas. The anus and perineum region and the external genitals are also examined, as skin cancer can also occur here, as well as your legs. The feet are inspected including the spaces between the toes and the soles.

No instruments are required for the examination, just a bright lamp and a trained eye.

You will also receive valuable tips on how to deal with the sun correctly and information about which early cancer detection and health examinations are offered from which age.

Plan about a quarter of an hour for the entire examination.

Health insurance companies cover the cost of the screening. As with other statutory early cancer detection examinations, the insurance card is used for billing.

Vaccination advice and vaccinations

We will create a vaccination plan for you.
We carry out the following vaccinations:

  • Tetanus (lockjaw)
  • Diphtheria
  • Pertussis (whooping cough)
  • Polio
  • Measles-Mums-Rubella
  • TBE
  • Hepatisis A/B
  • Flu
  • Corona
  • Herpes zoster (shingles)
  • HPV (cervical cancer)


Travel medicine advice and vaccinations

Travel advice is not covered by all statutory health insurance companies.
An overview of the travel vaccinations that are covered by health insurance companies can be found here.


  • Thyroid Ultrasound
  • Abdominal organs ultrasound (liver, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, bladder)
  • Vascular ultrasound (carotid arteries, leg veins) and early detection of abdominal aortic aneurysms


Long-term blood pressure measurement (24 hours)

Long-term ECG

Lung function test / oxygen partial pressure measurement

Blood glucose determination

Laboratory diagnostics (all blood tests including HIV test, blood group determination and screening for hepatitis B and C)

Corona antigen rapid test (PoC) and PCR testing for SARS-CoV-2

Urine and stool examination

Examination of suitability for diving

Examination of fitness for sport

Medical examinations

Examination according to the JArbSchG

For young people who start working and have not yet reached the age of 18, a medical examination and counseling (youth employment protection examination) is required. The employment of young people is only permitted if the employer has a certificate of this examination, which was not more than 14 months ago.

How is the examination performed?

The examination begins with a detailed discussion with the young person (anamnesis), which is based on the preparation sheet that you have brought with you. Then, in a full-body examination, the lungs and heart are also listened to, the stomach, musculoskeletal system and sensory organs are examined, and a urine sample is examined. We will also check your vaccination status.

More information can be found here.


The BTL high-power laser therapy offers a very effective treatment for a variety of clinical indications – from muscle injuries and tendinopathies to degenerative joint diseases.

  • Shoulder pain – impingement syndrome, tendonitis, rotator cuff injury
  • Cervicobrachial syndrome
  • Radial/ulnar epicondylitis
  • Bursitis
  • Low back pain – osteoarthritis, herniated disc, muscle spasm
  • Muscle strain
  • Knee osteoarthritis
  • Trigger points, muscle spasm
  • Achilles tendinitis, heel spurs
  • Ankle sprain / tibiotarsal distorsion



Biostimulation is the ability to stimulate tissue growth and repair at the cellular level. Due to its monochromaticity and coherence, the laser light can be precisely parameterized and predefined for use. The wavelengths 810/980nm and 1064nm are optimal in their specific effect on biological chromophores. They allow for a maximum therapeutic effect without irradiating unwanted areas.


The maximum power of 12 watts enables extremely high penetration depths of the laser light. The optimal ratio of absorption and penetration depth guaranteed
an efficient stimulation of tissue and pain receptors up to 12 cm deep.
High power laser therapy is a fast and effective treatment method with no side effects and can reach any painful area in the body.


With very short impulses and wavelengths close to 1000nm, the BTL high-performance laser therapy opens up completely new therapeutic possibilities – such as the generation of mechanical waves in biological tissue. 1064nm and 980nm wavelengths are particularly suitable for liquid-based structures. Upon entering the skin, the laser light generates a wavelength-specific photomechanical wave in human tissue. Mechanical stimulation of free nerve endings and other pain receptors in the subcutaneous tissue blocks pain conduction in the nervous system, bringing immediate pain relief.


In addition, this promotes mechanical
Wave local microcirculation and support lymphatic drainage. The combination of biostimulation and photomechanical stimulation heals the affected tissue with the help of the BTL high-performance laser therapy and thus offers an intensive and painkiller-free form of pain therapy.

Most common indications:

  • Severe depression, especially in patients who do not respond to other antidepressants
  • Anxiety disorders, such as social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and panic disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Pain disorders, especially neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia
  • Suicidality and suicidal behavior
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
  • Burnout

Effects of Ketamine:

Ketamine can improve neuroplasticity, which means it has the potential to make the brain more efficient and promote new neural connections. Unlike other antidepressants, Ketamine typically shows an immediate effect, which can be noticeable during the first application and reaches its peak the following day. The duration of the effect varies and can range from a few days to weeks, months, or even years.

Process of Ketamine Therapy:

The process of Ketamine therapy may vary from clinic to clinic, but generally includes the following steps:

1. Assessment and Preparation:
Before the treatment, a consultation is conducted to ensure that you are suitable for therapy. Possible risks and side effects are also discussed, and a detailed medical history is taken.

2. Treatment:
Ketamine therapy is administered intravenously (IV). You will be taken to a specially equipped room and cared for by medical personnel. An infusion line is inserted, and you receive a dose of Ketamine, which is usually administered slowly over a period of 40 to 60 minutes. During the infusion, you remain awake, and a feeling of slight intoxication, relaxation, or altered perception may be possible. Even dreamlike states or mild hallucinations are possible. This can be immediately slowed down by reducing the infusion rate.

3. Monitoring:
During the infusion, you are closely monitored to ensure that you do not have any severe side effects or adverse reactions to the medication. This may include blood pressure measurement, EKG, pulse, and oxygen measurement. If necessary, the infusion can also be adjusted or interrupted.

4. Aftercare:
After completing the infusion, you remain in the observation room for some time until you are stable enough to go home. It is important that you have a companion who picks you up after the treatment and takes you home because the effects of the medication can last for some time, and it is not safe for you to go home alone.
You are not allowed to participate in traffic independently.

5. Treatment duration:
The duration of Ketamine therapy may vary depending on individual circumstances and the severity of the condition. Typically, a treatment consists of several infusions at intervals of several days or weeks. The exact number and frequency of infusions are determined by the doctor and can be adjusted during therapy to ensure that you benefit from the treatment as much as possible.

Who is not suitable for Ketamine therapy?

There are some factors that make Ketamine therapy unsuitable for certain patients.

The main exclusion criteria include:

  • Allergy or hypersensitivity to Ketamine or similar medications
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure or glaucoma
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Psychosis or other severe mental disorders that may involve loss of reality (hallucinations)
  • Acute suicidality
  • A history of alcohol or drug abuse or dependence
  • A severe liver or kidney disease that may impair the metabolism of Ketamine
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding, as the effects of Ketamine on the fetus or newborn have not been adequately studied


The cost of Ketamine therapy is 140€ per treatment.