Treatment options

  • Cerebral palsy

    The consequences of early-childhood brain damage are diverse. They are summarised under the clinical picture of “cerebral palsy” (CP) if they concern the motor system. Early diagnosis and comprehensive therapy are essential for children with CP. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in diagnosis and treatment and offer your child a uniquely broad treatment spectrum.
  • Clubfoot in newborns

    Clubfoot in newborns: Around one in every 1000 newborns is born with this foot malposition. Our experienced specialists at Schoen Clinic have effective therapies for your child so that he or she can be active without any hindrances.
  • Perthes' disease

    A problem with the blood supply to the head of the femur can cause a condition affecting the hip joint in young children. This condition, known as Perthes' disease, typically occurs between the ages of 4 and 7 years. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic use various forms of treatment to help avoid deformities of the femoral head as the condition progresses.
  • Pes planovalgus

    Pes planovalgus: Many infants and children have foot malpositions. Most of these malpositions correct themselves during the first few years of life. Severe malpositions require a surgical correction. Thanks to our many years of experience, we at Schoen Clinic can offer your child the best possible surgical care, for example for pes planovalgus.