Location Therapy offers

Respiratory therapy

Therapy for patients with respiratory diseases.

Connective tissue massage

The connective tissue massage is a massage of reflexive cimes in the connective tissue using a special technique.

Cranio-sacral therapy

Blockages and asymmetries in the cranio-sacral system are balanced with fine manual impulses, thereby supporting the body's self-regulation and promoting its self-healing powers.

Dry needling

Dry needling is a relatively new form of therapy for the treatment of myofascial trigger points using sterile disposable acupuncture needles. It is used as an effective supplement to other therapy methods and especially to manual trigger point therapy. Patients with chronic or acute myofascial pain often respond very well to dry needling.

Ergonomics, back school

Everyday activities are optimised or relearned through economical use of the body.

Foot reflexology

Foot reflex zone therapy is a healing method in which the stimulation of nerve endpoints on the foot has an effect on the entire organism in the form of relaxation, pain relief and healing of illnesses.


Hydrotherapy is the methodical application of water for the treatment of acute or chronic complaints, for the stabilisation of bodily functions, for prevention, for rehabilitation and/or for regeneration. Above all, the temperature stimulus of the water is used, rather than the pressure or buoyancy as a therapeutic stimulus.
Incontinence therapy for bladder weakness and gynaecology
In incontinence therapy you will learn to notice and build up your pelvic floor muscles. With individual feedback we can control your training.

Cardiac rehabilitation

Through interdisciplinary care in the form of information, discussions, exercise activities and nutritional advice, patients learn to cope with their heart disease. Rehabilitation helps to combat risk factors, lifestyle adjustments as a chance to support your health and improve well-being.

Lymphological therapy

Complex physical decongestive techniques: manual lymphatic drainage and bandaging to treat lymphoedema.

Manual therapy

Specific mobilisation and stabilisation techniques for the spine and extremity joints as well as the neurodynamic system. The concepts according to Maitland, SAMT, Cyriax and Sohier are applied here.


Massage is used to mechanically influence the skin, connective tissue and musculature through stretching, pulling and pressure stimuli. The effect of massage extends from the treated area of the body to the entire organism and also includes the psyche.

Medical training therapy & muscular rehabilitation

Functional muscle building training and endurance training play an important role after operations,
and chronic illnesses play an important role in stabilising the success of rehabilitation in the long term.
stabilisation of the rehabilitation success and in the improvement of the physical
condition as well as mental condition.


Therapy for the rehabilitation of brain disorders, for example after a craniocerebral injury, after a stroke or in the case of neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

Physical applications

Wraps, fango, various current applications, ultrasound and laser.

Postnatal gymnastics

6-8 weeks postnatal, the aim is the complete rehabilitation of the pelvic floor. We teach pelvic floor awareness, strengthening of the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles, posture training and back-friendly behaviour in everyday life.

Pain therapy

Pain therapy includes all therapeutic measures that lead to a reduction of pain. This therapeutic approach is mainly used for patients with chronic pain and involves an interdisciplinary approach.

Sports physiotherapy

The target group is active athletes during the build-up phase, training or rehabilitation after injuries or operations. Sports physiotherapy also includes the care of athletes.

Trigger point therapy

Trigger point therapy deals with the treatment of pain originating in the muscles, the so-called myofascial pain syndromes, which can cause chronic complaints. Chronic overuse or direct trauma to the affected muscle structures are often the cause of a myofascial pain syndrome.