Back pain - our treatment

Schoen Clinic München Harlaching is a multi-award-winning specialist hospital and one of the leading centres for the treatment of spinal pain. More than 12,000 patients trust us each year.
Our many years of experience show that back pain can often be treated very successfully with conservative methods, for example pain-relieving drugs or targeted exercises.
If an operation is necessary for you, you are in the best of hands with our spine surgeons. They have extensive expertise in the entire surgical spectrum, from microsurgery and endoscopy to scoliosis surgery.
When choosing the right treatment for your back pain, it is also important for us to check whether your back pain is chronic and whether psychological factors also play a role.

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

Effective prevention at the Therapy and Training Centre

Weak muscles are often the cause of back pain. Our Therapy and Training Centre is one of the leading facilities in Munich for conservative back therapy. In addition to outpatient rehabilitation, we offer prevention programmes for back stabilisation or back-friendly endurance training such as Nordic walking. 

Multimodal pain management for chronic pain

Chronic back pain can greatly impair your everyday life. Factors such as stress or family problems often also play a major role. It is therefore important to us to take a holistic view of your chronic back pain and to include your psychological and social aspects in addition to the physical treatment.

With multimodal pain management, you’ll receive a suitable combination of pain management, physiotherapy and psychological treatment that is coordinated to suit you personally. The close collaboration between all of the consultants and therapists treating you greatly contributes to the long-term success of your treatment.

General information about Back pain

Back pain should not just be shrugged off. Read about where the pain comes from, what the causes are and what you can do to combat your symptoms.