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Inhomogeneous and long-term, this listing of possible indications will appear. See How and why.

Indications are presented here as diagnoses or in the words frequently used by those concerned.

DD stands for differential diagnosis.


High and performance sports

Many “sports injuries” are the result of pelvic – head – and spine disorders, see How and why?.
These defects can be treated therapeutically.
In this view, it is not the more intense stress on the body that causes more injuries, but the fundamental human problem with (for not such a long period of time) an upright body doing sport.

To prevent njury and stabilise the body, but also for already existing complaints.

Muscles, tendons, ligaments of well-trained athletes usually trigger quickly.
As mentioned above, even athletes were once children and suffered (from a manual therapeutic view) with the same difficulties of a vertically-oriented body as everyone else…. e.g. orthopedics.

Also see ✻


Gynecology – Obstetrics – Pregnancy

  • Back pain in pregnancy
  • Accompanying pregnancy
  • Birth preparation and care for mother and child
  • Back pain after delivery
  • Incontinence after delivery
  • Poor feeding
  • Tendonitis of the wrists
  • Before pregnancy (the ovaries are associated with the 12th thoracic vertebra)

Also see ✻


Orthopedics – Movement apparatus

Listing “from head to toe”

  • Whiplash (persistent pain afterwards)
  • Whiplash injuries (permanent pain after)
  • “Stiff neck” – “Strength of the neck”
  • Shoulder pain
  • Shoulder-arm syndrome
  • Shoulder height (one-sided)
  • Back pain
  • Lumbago
  • Scoliosis
  • Sciatica
  • Lower back pain
  • Herniated disc
  • Spinal disc herniation
  • Pain and movement restrictions of the spine
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Posture disorders back
  • Sports accidents
  • Complaints after operations on the movement apparatus


Arms – legs – extremities

  • Joint pain (knee, foot, shoulder, and even the smaller joints)
  • Tendonitis
  • Healing problems of the extremities after accidents with or without fracturing
  • CPRS (complex regional pain syndrome)
  • Heel spur (rather a problem of the pelvis than the heel!)
  • Asymmetry of adjustment of the leg or foot position
  • Ater a cast on the foot or leg:
    Pelvic alignment is programmed with several weeks of “plaster cast produced” differences in leg length.


Also see ✻


Pediatrics – Youth Medicine

General Pediatrics

  • Motor development delay (DD)
  • One-sided movement patterns (e.g. onlyturning to the left, sliding on the bum = pushing with only one leg,..)



  • Central paralysis
  • Spasticity

The consequences of the central damage with spasticities are manifested in a more intensively occurring pelvic twist that should be treated manually.


Children – Youth Psychiatry / Psychology

“Hyperactivity / Physical Restlessness / Concentration”

  • AD(H)S
  • Restless legs
  • Physical unrest
  • “Ants in the pants” …

The twisting of the pelvis presents a high “nervous” stimulus. A blocked Cranio-Cervical transition has a negative influence on perception and concentration. See also How and why „Weather stones“.


Orthopedics Children / Youth

Listing “from head to toe”

  • Asymetries of movement patterns or positions (head,..KISS, KIDD)
  • Plagiocephalus, cranial asymmetry
  • “Pain in the motion apparatus”
  • Neck pain, “stiff neck”
  • Shoulder height (one-sided)
  • Shoulder pain
  • Scoliosis
  • Back pain
  • Sciatica
  • “Heart palpitations” or dyscardia (DD): chest pain with a musculoskeletal origin (see also pediatric cardiology)
  • Chronic abdominal pain (DD): “Spinal abdominal pain” (see also children’s gastroenterology)
  • Growth pains (DD): “pelvic teist with pain relief “in the legs”
  • Hip dysplasia and condition thereafter
  • Asymmetries of foot and leg position
  • Asymetries of movement patterns or positions (legs, arms)
  • Knee pain
  • after bicycle crashes, … and other major accidents
  • Plaster cast leg and foot (condition after):
    The pelvic twist is programmed with several weeks of “plaster case provided” difference in leg lengths (if no length adjustment of the other leg is provided).


Paediatric Cardiology

  • “Heart palpitations” or dyscardia (DD): breast pain with a musculoskeletal origin



  • Chronic abdominal pain (DD): “Spinal abdominal pain”


Also see ✻


ENT and orthodontics


  • “Chronic ENT complaints”
  • Sinus infections (chronic)
  • Neuralgias
  • Tinnitus
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • “Loose feeling in the throat” under mental stress
  • Accompanying speech therapy

The area can be assigned to the vertebrae C3 to C5.



  • Grinding teeth
  • TMJ problems
  • Problems after and during orthodontic corrections (retainers, braces, ..)


Also see ✻


Pulmonology – Allergology

  • Bronchial asthma and hyper-reactive bronchial system
  • Neurodermatitis – Atopic dermatitis
  • “Irritatable skin and mucous membrane”

Thoracic vertebra 3 and “sacral vertebra” 1 are correlated.


Also see ✻



  • Herniated discs
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Headache
  • Migraine
  • Accompanying trigeminal neuralgia
  • Supported after stroke, Parkinson’s disease and MS
  • Dizziness and balance problems
  • Nerve damage or nerve irritation


Also see ✻



  • accompanying rheumatological problems;
    “Chronic pain of the motion apparatus”

Also see ✻

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Manual therapies and homeopathy are not seen uniformly in science. There are also no randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies as required by the highest-ranking jurisprudence for health effects.
For legal reasons, it is pointed out that no promises of cure can be given for the indications mentioned above. The areas that can be successfully treated result from many decades of experience of therapists working with manual therapies.