Treatment options - Back & Spine

  • Ankylosing spondylitis (Bechterew's disease)

    Deep-lying back pain is a typical symptom of ankylosing spondylitis. Although this rheumatic disease of the spine and pelvis is not curable, it can nevertheless be treated effectively. At Schoen Clinic, our specialists offer you effective treatment for an improved quality of life.
  • Back pain

    If your back suddenly jerks and hurts, this can be due to several reasons. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic are specialised in back pain. With us, you’ll receive an accurate diagnosis and precisely the right treatment.
  • General fractures

    The spine functions as a support and also allows for a high degree of movement. When a spinal fracture occurs due to a fall or accident, our specialists at Schoen Clinic can provide personalised, professional treatment.
  • Herniated disc

    Say farewell to back pain! Herniated discs are caused by excessive strain and wear and tear. Our specialists will develop a personalised treatment and after-care concept for you for a permanently strong and pain-free back.
  • Osteochondrosis

    Severe pain while sitting, standing and even when lying down? When intervertebral discs close, it can result in osteochondrosis. At Schoen Clinic, we can get even the most stubborn pain under control.
  • Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a common disorder in old age. Through targeted measures, our spinal column specialists support you in preventing osteoporosis. For existing osteoporosis, we help you avoid fractures.
  • Scoliosis or kyphosis

    Pain during everyday activities may be due to crookedness or bending of the spinal column. Our specialists at Schoen clinic treat scoliosis or kyphosis according to your individual requirements.
  • Slipped vertebra

    Deep-rooted back pain due to a slipped vertebra? When a vertebra slips, conservative treatment with medication, physiotherapy and back training offers the best help. Read how our specialists at Schoen Clinic can help you.
  • Spinal canal stenosis

    Back pain due to spinal canal stenosis? Different treatments are available for narrowing of the spinal canal. Our specialists spend plenty of time diagnosing you and develop individual treatments.