Born in 1984 Christian Speckmaier graduated in Venezuela with a Master's degree in physical therapy. During his 10 years of professional experience on two continents, he has continuously broadened his skills through various international advanced training courses.
In addition to classical forms of therapy such as manual therapy, cupping or remedial gymnastics, Christian Speckmaier has also successfully established himself in top-class sport through his specialisation in physical therapy for sports.
great importance to an individual and trusting relationship with our patients and would like you to feel comfortable with us from the very first moment. For a well-founded diagnosis, we will contact the attending physician as required in order to draw up a tailor-made therapy plan for you. If the diagnosis raises the question of a specialist, we can put you in touch with our wide-ranging network of doctors without long waiting times.
Manual therapy focuses on restoring the mobility of the joints. These movement restrictions are usually associated with pain and restrictions in the mobility of muscles, joints and nerves.
With this active therapy method, the musculoskeletal system is strengthened with targeted training, either preventively or in conjunction with illness.
A soothing massage can relieve tense and shortened muscle areas. Massages have been used for thousands of years and give people strength and vitality.