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  • ADHD in adults

    Cannot concentrate and poorly organised? This may be caused by a psychosomatic illness. People with ADHD are easily distracted, can rarely concentrate on a task over a longer period of time, often do not complete activities once they have started and are often disorganised. Time and again this leads to conflicts in all areas of life and thus often to additional psychological illnesses.

    At Schoen Clinic we are specialised in the treatment of ADHD in adults. With effective therapy methods we help you to better self-management.

  • ADHD children (attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder)

    For a child who does not "function" in school or at home, the diagnosis of "ADHD" is often prematurely applied. Their difficulties may however simply represent normal child development. To be sure whether ADHD, a neurological condition, is actually present, the condition must be diagnosed properly by a specialist.

    Is your child easily distracted, does he or she struggle to concentrate on a single task for a long time, are they disorganised and unstructured? Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in diagnosing and treating ADHD. Through our multi-modal therapy, we help children and their families achieve more normality in their everyday lives.
  • Obesity

    Obesity is a complex, chronic and lifelong disease that is not cured by a one-time treatment. Physical sequelae in particular are dangerous: High blood pressure, joint wear, sleep-related respiratory disorders, childlessness or cancer worsen the quality of life and even shorten the life expectancy. Obesity and type 2 diabetes are associated with each other particularly often. In addition to this are the emotional effects: Some of those affected develop an eating disorder that is associated with depression, social anxiety, ADHD or other mental disorders.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in the treatment of obesity – whether by surgery in the event of severe obesity or by psychosomatic treatment in the event of an eating disorder. We accompany you on your way to becoming healthier with individual treatment.
  • Alcoholism

    Alcohol consumption has been firmly established as part of German society. Every German drinks an average of almost 136 litres of alcoholic beverages per year. That’s the equivalent of over ten litres of pure alcohol. Especially during times of chaos and stress, many people reach for alcoholic drinks. The probability of developing health problems is increasing. Men who consume an average of 24 grams per day already have increased health risk. For women, it only takes half that amount.

    In our psychosomatic special clinic, consultants and therapists with vast amounts of expertise work in therapy to treat alcoholism. We use a comprehensive, holistic addiction therapy concept to get you back to your life in just three weeks.
  • Alzheimer's dementia

    Alzheimer's disease generally starts insidiously and occurs more commonly in older people. Often, the initial memory gaps, orientation and speech problems are not taken seriously, are attributed to the normal ageing process or are just ignored. If the symptoms occur more frequently, many of those affected try to hide their problems from their family or employer due to feelings of fear or shame. It is important, however, to start treatment as early as possible.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating Alzheimer's disease. With various approaches to treatment, we pursue the goal of alleviating your symptoms and slowing down the progress of dementia.
  • Anal fistula

    Anal fistulas are tubular, inflammatory connections between glands at the end of the digestive tract with the skin. They arise as a result of anal abscesses (pus accumulation) and can be very painful. The therapy is always surgical.

    At Schoen Clinic we specialise in the treatment of anal fistulas and anal abscesses.We offer different treatment methods to relieve your fistula pain and discomfort.
  • Congenital hand malformations

    Congenital malformations of the hands are rare in relation to the number of births. This makes the shock for the affected parents all the greater if their baby has one finger too many or too few or similar malformations of the hand. And even most obstetricians are overwhelmed with the situation and are unable to provide crucial assistance. It is thus important that affected children are examined within a few days of their birth by experienced hand and micro-surgeons. 

    Our experts at Schoen Clinic will record the extent of the malformation during a detailed examination of your baby and explain the consequences and possible treatments. 
  • Anxiety disorder

    Fear is part of life. It arises in a variety of situations and contexts, indicate imminent danger and therefore performs an important protective function for us humans. It becomes critical when normal fears become anxiety disorders that have a major negative impact on life.

    At Schoen Clinic, we are specialised in medicine for the body, mind and spirit. Our experienced physicians, psychologists and therapists take your personal needs into account in your treatment.
  • Adjustment disorder

    After moving, losing your job, a friend or family member passing away or a severe physical disorder, suddenly everything isn’t what it once was. If this event takes you off the familiar path all of a sudden, you’ll sometimes need to find a completely new one. Most people get used to this change in lifestyle after some time. Other people have difficulties trying to adjust. They become nervous or depressed, and withdraw from their social environment.

    Luckily, adjustment disorders are only temporary. At Schoen Clinic, we offer the specialist help you need to fully recover your life.
  • Aortic aneurysm

    Abnormal dilations of the blood vessels, aneurysms in jargon, can go unnoticed and without discomfort for a long time. Aneurysms primarily affect males over 60. Younger patients under 50, however, can also be found with aortic aneurysms.

    The treatment of aneurysms has been a specialised area of Schoen Clinic for years. The individual teams consist of experienced surgeons as well as specially-trained nurses and therapists. In this way, we offer you comprehensive expertise.

  • Hand osteoarthritis

    Our hands are a masterpiece of nature. They fulfil the most varied purposes, from gripping, to touching, to communicating. Pain in the finger joints or in the wrist can indicate joint wear (arthritis). This is often painful and significantly limits the functions of the hand.

    At Schoen Clinic we have a comprehensive range of treatments for treating osteoarthritis in the hand or in the finger joints.
    Our hand surgeons advise you individually about the most suitable treatment for you and how to sustainably prevent pain.
  • Ankle joint arthrosis

    Three bones, one joint, a thousand steps a day – our ankle joint has to cope with a lot. It is essential for a smooth movement pattern. Put foot down, roll foot, bring leg forward – if that no longer runs like clockwork, cartilage wear, known as ankle joint arthrosis, may be responsible.

    Thanks to intensive research, we can treat your arthrosis in the ankle joint well on an individual basis. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic offer you the best-possible treatment for improved quality of life.
  • Bronchial asthma

    You can quickly start to panic if you suddenly become breathless. The reason is often a chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory tract, bronchial asthma. Bronchial hypersensitivity causes a narrowing of the airways, which can lead to a coughing fit and shortness of breath. It is important to recognise the disease at an early stage and to provide consistent treatment for it on a long-term basis. Particularly at the beginning, it usually responds very well to the targeted administration of medication.

    Our respiratory specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating bronchial asthma. They have already been highlighted as asthma experts in the Focus consultant list for years. With the help of medication and special breathing techniques, we do all we can to monitor and control your illness.
  • Torn ankle ligament

    Ligament tear (ligament rupture) in the ankle joint is one of the most common sports injuries. It typically occurs when you twist or roll your ankle. A torn ligament is often painful and causes swelling in the injured foot, meaning that you can no longer walk without pain.

    At Schoen Clinic, we employ seasoned experts specialised in sports injuries. Often, conservative treatment without surgery is sufficient for a ligament rupture. You’ll be in safe hands with our specialists, whatever your situation. Together, we can find a way to heal your injury without any after-effects.
  • Herniated disc

    It happens suddenly out of nowhere. Strong back pain that extends to the arms or legs. Numbness in the fingers or toes. Signs of paralysis or reduced sensitivity in the arms or legs. The diagnosis? Herniated disc.

    Schoen Clinic is specialised in treating acute and chronic herniated discs (disc prolapses). From diagnosis, to medicinal pain therapy or spinal infiltrations, to disc surgery, you’ll benefit from the extensive experience of our back specialists. The result? Satisfied patients who get a quick solution for their symptoms.
  • Pancreatic cancer

    The pancreas is located in the upper abdomen behind the peritoneum between the stomach, spleen, liver and the large blood vessels of the pancreas. It creates not only digestive enzymes but also hormones that are important for regulating the blood sugar level. If there is a malignant tumour of the pancreas, it should be treated surgically whenever possible. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in the surgical treatment of pancreatic cancer. They do all they can to completely remove the tumour tissue.
  • Leg artery occlusion (PAD)

    Patients with circulatory disorders in their legs often have to stop while walking to relieve their pain. In pronounced cases, there is also a rest pain, especially at night. The reason may be a constriction or occlusion of the leg arteries.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in arterial occlusive diseases. This leads to circulatory disorders in the abdomen and pelvic area, most frequently in the legs and rarely in the arms and hands. The aim of our treatment is to significantly alleviate your discomfort and improve your quality of life. 

  • Binge eating disorder

    Binge eating disorder is the most common eating and not – as most people believe – anorexia or bulimia. Up to 4% of the general population between the ages of 20 and 30 are affected. This eating disorder results in regular, uncontrollable eating attacks. During these, those affected ingest a large amount of food that is easy to eat and frequently high in calories. They usually eat very quickly and then feel unpleasantly full.

    Our experienced therapists at the Schoen Clinic will help you to normalise your eating habits and regain your self control.
  • High blood pressure

    Around 10 to 20 per cent of the German population have high blood pressure. Permanently raised blood pressure can cause perfusion problems that can lead to a stroke or heart attack. This secondary damage occurs regardless of the cause of high blood pressure. Put simply, it causes premature ageing of the vessels with corresponding organ damage.

    Our consultants at the Schoen Clinic specialise in diseases of the heart, blood and vascular system. Thanks to our experience, we are able to successfully treat your high blood pressure. 

    Our online self-test will give you an initial assessment of whether you may have a disease.

  • Borderline personality disorder

    About 1.5 million Germans suffer from uncontrolled mood swings, and frequently high levels of stress and serious self-esteem issues. As a result they often feel the urge to harm themselves. Those who are affected by this condition - called borderline syndrome - are insecure and afraid of being abandoned. They alternate between pushing others away and holding them too close. This overshadows all of their interpersonal relationships and greatly affects the lives of these mostly young patients.

    At Schoen Clinic we have years of experience in dealing with conditions affecting the personality and mood. We can offer you the support to allow you to manage your emotions again.
  • Bulimia

    It’s hardly noticeable on the outside, but people suffering from bulimia are torn in two inside: Bulimics stand between two extremes. On the one side, an unrestrained, ravenous appetite and a desire for more and more. On the other side, the fear of getting fat, a guilty conscience and disgust for oneself.

    At Schoen Clinic, we have years of experience in treating this psychological eating disorder. With a variety of therapeutic measures, we support you in conquering your illness. Of course, accompanied by constant medical and psychological assistance.
  • Burnout

    No matter whether a housewife, manager or teacher – it can affect anyone. People suffering from burnout feel burnt out, empty and powerless. As performance decreases, emotional exhaustion and fear of failure increase. Those affected feel completely overwhelmed and buried under a wealth of expectations from other people. They can no longer meet their own demands either.

    At Schoen Clinic, we support you in accepting your burnout symptoms and accepting help. With an individual therapy programme, we help you to develop strategies and attitudes so that you can cope better with stress situations in the future.
  • Cerebral palsy

    Cerebral palsy (CP) is caused by early-childhood brain damage and leads to activity restrictions. These can be very mild and may, for example, only lead to a slight abnormality when walking or using the hands. However, the spectrum also includes children with severe motor disorders, impairments concerning communication, mental development, and swallowing, and thus feeding. Epilepsy often also occurs. Changes to muscles, tendons, bones and joints are frequent consequences of the neurological disorder.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic specialise in diagnosing this complex disease and offer the best possible therapy for all age groups and degrees of severity.
  • Chronic pain

    Acute pain is an important warning signal that immediately makes it clear that, for instance, you have to see a dentist. In contrast, chronic pain was lost its warning function; the pain has become an illness. You wake up with pain, fall asleep with pain, live with pain.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating chronic pain. We get to the root of your pain with a customised concept consisting of effective treatments.
  • Addiction to computers

    Computers and the Internet are part of everyday life for most people these days. But what if everyday life is no longer possible without a computer, smartphone or tablet? While most people mainly use their computers and the Internet in a meaningful and controlled way, some people lose control over how often and for how long they surf the Internet, are active on Facebook or spend their time playing online games. This can result in quite considerable psychosocial problems. 

    In our psychosomatic special clinic, consultants and therapists with vast amounts of expertise work in therapy to treat an addition to computers. Our treatment also includes other variants such as addictive uses of the Internet, computer games, mobile phones and smartphones or games consoles. Individual treatment carefully guides the patient back to the real world. 
  • COPD

    In Germany, ten to 15 per cent of adults suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD for short. This refers to various diseases of the lower respiratory tract that affect both the bronchi and lung tissue. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic treat patients with COPD and pulmonary emphysema in all degrees of severity. A reduction of performance may be prevented, especially in the early stages of the disease. But patients who are already at stage III or IV or even need to be prepared for a lung transplant also receive professional treatment from us. 
  • Bowel cancer

    The primary function of the large bowel (colon) is to absorb water, salt and other minerals.
    The food components are stored until they can leave the body in a controlled way. Growths of the intestinal mucosa, called polyps, can lead to bowel cancer, the second most common malignant tumour in men and the second most common carcinoma in women. The peak of the disease lies between the ages of 60 and 70, but bowel cancer can also occur at a younger age.

    The earlier the tumour is discovered, the better the chances of recovery. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in the surgical treatment of bowel cancer. Our goal is to completely remove the tumour and cure cancer.
  • Dementia

    Dementia is one of the most common and most consequential neuropsychiatric diseases in old age. In Germany, nearly one million senior citizens are currently suffering from this decline in their mental capacity. Orientation, judgement, but also language and ability to calculate as well as parts of the personality are gradually destroyed. This is quickly noticeable in everyday activities such as washing, cooking or shopping.

    At Schoen Clinic, we're specialised in dementia diseases. Based on a detailed diagnosis, we offer you the optimal treatment for you. We help you delay the symptoms and maintain your quality of life as long as possible.
  • Depression

    Every one of us knows about feeling low. A lot of us go through a low mood when processing the events that caused it. But if these heavy spirits continue for a long time, this is called depression. According to a study by the World Health Organization (WHO), it’s the most common cause of poor health worldwide.

    At Schoen Clinic, we have years of experience in curing the body and soul. We place great value on an accurate, individual diagnosis, as this is decisive for successful treatment. Together, we’ll show you the way out of your depression.
  • Diabetic foot

    Do you have dry and chapped feet? For diabetics, that can be a problem. With diabetes, not only does your metabolism get out of balance, but the circulation can also be disturbed. This makes your skin more susceptible to infections. Because wound healing is delayed, infections can easily occur. This is called diabetic foot syndrome, or in short: diabetic foot. If you suffer from a circulatory disturbance, you should check your feet every day. Once a year, you should visit a doctor.

    Our foot specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating diabetic foot. Thanks to our large range of treatment options, we can offer you exactly the right treatment.
  • Dysphagia (swallowing disorder)

    An adult human swallows up to a thousand times a day – much more frequently during eating than, for example, during deep sleep. The swallowing process involves the cheeks, lips, jaw, tongue, soft palate, pharynx, larynx, hyoid bone and oesophagus. More than 100 muscles ensure a smooth swallowing process. If a component is disturbed, the course of the swallowing act may collapse.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in swallowing disorders (dysphagia). Our experienced consultants and therapists provide you with effective therapies to control your dysphagia.
  • Epilepsy - children and young adults

    Seizures, altered levels of consciousness - when a child suffers an epileptic seizure, parents can often feel panicked and helpless. In many cases, epilepsy can be treated effectively.  

    Our epilepsy centre at Schoen Clinic is a one of the world's highly specialist treatment institutions. We look after your child throughout the treatment programme - from detailed diagnostic tests and therapy to neuro-rehabilitation.
    Epilepsy in babies: Our specialists treat children as young as a few months old. We give even young patients with epilepsy which is impossible or difficult to control with medication a chance to improve their quality of life.
  • Epilepsy

    In the human brain, our thinking, moving, feeling and perception are created by the interaction of approx. 20 billion nerve cells. All these functions of the brain can be disturbed individually or in combination during an epileptic seizure. Often, only one particular movement is observed from the outside. The disturbance of sensory perception or the consciousness can only be indicated by the person affected in individual cases. 

    However, epilepsy responds well to treatment and can be healed in many cases.

    Our neurologists at Schoen Clinic specialise in the treatment of epilepsy. Using effective methods, we help you to achieve a better quality of life. 

  • Achilles tendon injuries

    When you climb stairs, your Achilles tendon can easily be subject to pulling forces of up to 500 kilograms. The Achilles tendon is actually the strongest tendon in the whole body, but high stresses frequently cause issues.

    At Schoen Clinic, we identify the exact regions of your Achilles tendon that are affected during therapy. We treat an issue at the insertion of the tendon into the heel bone differently to when the tendon itself is affected or partially ruptured. In each case, you’ll receive the best possible care for your symptoms from our specialists.
  • Diseases of the nose

    We inhale several thousand litres of air every day. Our nose moistens the inhaled air and traps dirt particles as well as pathogens. If the nose is ill, it can no longer perform these important functions.

    Our ENT specialists effectively treat all problems of the nose, sinuses and snoring. Highest medical standards and the latest treatment methods guarantee you the best possible treatment results.
  • Diseases of the parathyroid glands

    The parathyroid glands are hardly bigger than a lentil – and are nevertheless vital: if they do not do their job, this often manifests itself in muscle cramps. But, if they are overactive, there is the risk of fatigue, depression and high blood pressure. Often, only an operation can help then.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in diseases of the parathyroid glands. Our experienced consultants offer you various, effective therapy methods to bring your hormone balance back into equilibrium.
  • Fibromyalgia

    Chronic pain in multiple regions of the body? This could be fibromyalgia, or “fibre-muscle-pain.” Fibromyalgia is a chronic, non-inflammatory pain syndrome of the musculoskeletal system. It may be an independent disorder, but can also occur as part of a rheumatic illness. Those affected experience a significant level of suffering, in addition to limitations in their quality of life.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic focus on both the body and mind. With multi-modal pain therapy and other effective methods of treatment, we help you become better at managing your chronic pain.
  • General fractures

    The spine is the supportive pillar of the human body. It transfer the forces and loads of the head and torso to the pelvis and legs. That’s no easy task. While the thoracic and lumbar spine are designed more for stability and high forces, the cervical spine is fully built for movement. A spinal fracture can therefore have serious consequences.

    At Schoen Clinic, the spine is one of our areas of expertise. After careful diagnosis, our specialists can offer you the best-possible treatment to let you quickly move around again, pain-free.
  • Frozen shoulder

    Cleaning windows, combing hair or opening bottles – when your shoulder hurts, every movement becomes torture. 

     The shoulder experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating a frozen shoulder. We create an individual treatment plan together with you. So that you’ll soon be free of pain again.
  • Gallstones

    A great many people have gallstones, many of whom do not notice anything. Gallstones only become a problem if symptoms and complications occur. Those affected complain of cramps, pain, stabbing pains or digestive problems. Sometimes, cholestasis and inflammation of the gallbladder occur. If such complications occur, treatment is urgently needed.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in treating gallstones. Internal medicine specialists and surgeons often work together. In doing so, they do all they can to alleviate your symptoms. 
  • Gait disorders

    Walking is the most natural way of locomotion and a matter of course for us. In fact, however, it requires complex processes in the nervous system and musculature. Our own perception of movement, our vestibular system in the inner ear, our eyes and the control of our muscles are crucial. If there are problems in one of these areas, gait disorders can occur. If you are affected by an unsteady gait and balance problems, a precise medical diagnosis is well worthwhile. The individual components of these issues can be treated very effectively once they have been identified. At Schoen Clinic, there is a high degree of expertise in diagnosing and treating gait disorders. We treat both mobile and severely affected patients.
  • Generalised anxiety disorder

    Fear is a basic human emotion that can save your life. Sometimes, however, fear can be very intense or occur excessively frequently or in the form of constant worrying and thus massively reduce the affected person’s quality of life.
    Anxiety disorder are among the most common psychological illnesses: Approximately 8 percent of all people are diagnosed with symptoms of a generalised anxiety disorder (GAS) throughout the course of their life. In addition, more than 90 percent of the affected persons suffer from an additional psychological disorder such as a panic disorder, social phobia or depression.

    Based on our many years of experience in treating anxiety disorders, we are able to help you get your fear under control with targeted therapy.
  • Haemorrhoids

    Everyone has haemorrhoids (also known as piles). These are usually three blood cushions that sit just inside the anus. However, haemorrhoids only become a disease when they are permanently enlarged.
    At Schoen Clinic, the stage-appropriate, modern treatment of haemorrhoids is one of our main areas of focus. Our experts in the specialised hospitals are recognised proctologists, who are continuously trained to free you from your haemorrhoids with state-of-the-art methods.
  • Hallux rigidus (Arthritis in toes)

    Pain while walking? Problems rolling from heel to toe? Limited mobility? If every step is agony, a degenerative disorder (arthritis) in the big toe joint may be the cause. Arthritis makes your big toe stiff and causes pain in your foot.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic are highly experienced in treating foot complaints. After receiving an accurate diagnosis, you will get the right treatment from us.
  • Hallux valgus (Bunion)

    The little bulge on the inside of your foot is getting bigger, like a ball. It is as if another bone is growing there. At the same time, your big toe is becoming more and more crooked. Hallux valgus is a visible displacement of the big toe. It could better be described as a crooked toe. It doesn’t just have visible symptoms – it also causes increasing foot pain.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic can relieve acute pain through inserts or splints. We can also permanently correct the displacement through surgical treatment.
  • Carotid artery stenosis

    A stroke means a fundamental life change to those who are affected. Could it have been avoided? In a certain way, yes it can be. An early ultrasound examination, appropriate diagnosis and the right treatment help to prevent the worst.

    Our vascular surgeons at Schoen Clinic have decades of experience in the treatment of carotid artery stenosis. Due to this expertise, they make the right decision for you and with you.

  • Heart attack

    The good news: For many years, the number of deaths due to a heart attack and their relative frequency in Germany has been declining. Nevertheless, 320,000 patients with unstable chest pain and “little” heart attacks as well as 127,000 patients with “big” heart attacks are treated in hospitals.

    At Schoen Clinic, our heart specialists offer you a comprehensive treatment: from the first emergency care to the transition to rehabilitation.

    Our online self-test will give you an initial assessment of whether you may have a disease.

  • Heart valve changes

    Do you go for a walk and suffer from shortness of breath after just this light exercise? Constricted or leaking heart valves can be the reason why our heart can no longer pump properly. Such heart valve changes can be corrected with surgery. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in heart valve reconstructions. Our experienced specialists have minimally invasive procedures to strengthen your heart in the best possible way.
  • Brain tumour

    A brain tumour is a space requirement in the brain that can have different causes. A distinction is made here between tumour cysts, well-defined tumours, and also tumours that originate from the brain tissue itself. Many of these tumours are benign and can be cured by means of complete surgical removal. But we also have many therapeutic options available for malignant tumours today. The most frequent brain tumours include gliomas, meningiomas and metastases.At Schoen Clinic, we discuss each individual case as part of an interdisciplinary tumour conference. To do this, we cooperate with specialists from neighbouring specialist clinics. Neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiation therapists, oncologists, radiologists and pathologists jointly develop an individual treatment concept for you.
  • Hip osteoarthritis

    We use our hips a lot when we’re young. Dancing, football, jogging are no problem at all. In old age, it’s often a different picture. When your hips hurt suddenly with every step, this may be a sign of wear and tear in the hip joint. Your hip joints are the second-largest joints in your body. They connect your thighs to your pelvis. Over time, the cartilage tissue between the top of the thigh and the hip socket can become worn, resulting in painful rubbing against the groin area. This is called hip osteoarthritis, and can actually be treated effectively.

    When treating hip osteoarthritis, our experienced specialists at Schoen Clinic combine personalised physiotherapy with painkilling medication. In addition, we carry out protective, minimally invasive measures to delay the need for an artificial hip joint replacement. If a replacement should still be necessary, we ensure that this is carried out with as little pain as possible so you become mobile again quickly.
  • Hip dysplasia

    Hip dysplasia is one of the most common misalignments in newborns. Up to four per cent of all babies in central Europe are born with this disorder. Adults can also suffer from hip dysplasia. Sitting or standing for long periods of time without pain is often impossible. You typically can’t cope with work or your daily routine without medication.

    Thanks to ultrasounds and hip screening, we can generally identify hip dysplasia early. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic offer effective therapies to correctly treat you or your child.
  • Hip impingement

    Pain in the hip area is often caused as a result of wear and tear on the hip joint. In young adults, the culprit can sometimes be a poor fit between the femoral head and the acetabular cup. If the shapes of the femoral head and acetabular cup are not precisely coordinated, the bone of the femur can make contact with the edge of the cup (impingement). 

    Our experienced consultants here at Schoen Clinic specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of hip impingement. If the cause of the pain is determined early, further damage can be avoided. This also prevents subsequent joint wear in the hip.
  • Humeral head fracture

    Overlooking a step on the stairs, slipping on an icy patch in front of your front door or falling on a mountain bike – if you land on your shoulder, this can quickly lead to a humeral head fracture (proximal humerus fracture). 

    Our specialists specialise in treating a humeral head fracture and will find the right therapy together with you. 
  • Hyperacusis

    Hectic everyday life, stress at work, constant traffic noise – a wide variety of influences affect our organism every day. The increasing speed in our life places an additional burden on us, which also puts our senses under pressure. This often leads to over-irritation of the hearing system and pronounced sensitivity to noise, hyperacusis. More than 40 per cent of tinnitus patients are affected by this. 

    With the right therapy, however, there are good chances of recovery. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating hyperacusis. Our goal is to give you back your quality of life. 
  • Hypochondria

    Everyone is concerned about their health and that is a good thing. Otherwise, we would have an unhealthily lifestyle, not exercise, eat unhealthily and not protect ourselves from infectious diseases. Health care and disease prevention are essential for survival. The transition to health anxiety (hypochondria) is fluid and differs on an individual basis.

    The specialists at Schoen Clinic have been successfully treating anxiety disorders for many years. We are happy to offer you our therapeutic and medical help to change old thought patterns and to get your anxiety under control. 
  • Hypoxic brain damage in children

    Complications at birth, an inadequate supply of oxygen in the womb, cases of drowning - there can be many causes of hypoxic brain damage. Babies and toddlers are especially at risk. If the brain is not provided with an adequate supply of oxygen or blood, the cells in the brain can die. Often, such critical events, for example following resuscitation, leave behind serious, permanent damage. Often, however, the brain manages to create new connections and replace the function of the damaged cells. In children, this process appears to occur more effectively than in adults, since the brain is still developing. 

    Our experienced specialists at Schoen Clinic have innovative treatment methods for young patients. We help the children to build "bypasses" and "side roads" in the brain, as well as helping them and their families to cope well with life despite the defects.  
  • Incontinence

    Bladder weakness or incontinence can affect people of any age. It is unpleasant for many reasons and strongly impairs those affected. In middle-aged women, the cause is often a weakness of the pelvic floor; that is, the connective tissue or the muscle is weakened. Incontinence does not have to be permanent as there are good surgical treatment options.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have extensive experience in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of all kinds of incontinence. Our goal is to alleviate or completely heal our patients’ symptoms. 
  • Calcific tendinitis

    Blow-drying your hair, hanging up your clothes or pulling your jumper over your head – anyone who has ever had persistent shoulder pain knows that the joint is indispensable for many movements. Everyday life can become torture for patients with painful calcific tendinitis.

    The shoulder experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating calcific tendinitis. We work with you to find the right therapy and relieve you of the pain. 
  • Clubfoot in newborns

    Clubfoot represents the most frequent congenital foot malposition, occurring in 1 in every 1000 newborns. It is not painful for the infant, but requires treatment. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating foot malpositions in children. They treat clubfoot using the Ponseti method, so your child can lead a sporty, active, normal life. 
  • Pes planovalgus

    A normal foot is supported by two foot arches: the anterior transverse arch and the longitudinal arch. They support the foot, cushion it and create the typical footprint. When the longitudinal arch is flattened and the sole of the foot touches the ground completely, this is known as a flat foot or “fallen arches”. Sometimes there is also a lateral buckling of the heel. This foot malposition is called pes planovalgus. As a rule, the foot corrects itself with growth in the first few years of life. However, in some cases, treatment is unavoidable.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating pes planovalgus in infants, children and adolescents. We do everything in our power to compensate for or improve the foot malposition in the best possible way.
  • Knee osteoarthritis (gonarthrosis)

    Pain in knee with every step? The knee is a joint that comes under a lot of stress in our daily lives, so this isn’t surprising. This strain can wear down cartilage masses. Cartilage surrounds the femur, shinbone and kneecap in the knee. Knee joint osteoarthritis occurs when these cartilage masses in the knee are reduced.

    Luckily, knee osteoarthritis can be treated effectively. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic support you through both conservative measures and careful surgical procedures, to eliminate your complaints as quickly as possible.
  • Ankle cartilage injuries

    Jogging, climbing or hiking? No problem when your ankle is okay. But when ankle pain arises, you can no longer rely on your foot to take the strain. The culprit is often a cartilage injury in the upper ankle joint. If pieces of cartilage come off in the joint, this can cause the joint to weaken (arthritis).

    At Schoen Clinic, we’ve set up our own foot consultation hours especially for this. During these hours, you’ll receive comprehensive advice from our specialists. Together, we’ll discuss which treatment is best for your symptoms.
  • Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)

    There are many people who can find something wrong with their body. 

    But if this dissatisfaction turns into hours of preoccupation with a perceived flaw that is barely noticeable or not at all to others, this may be a serious condition: body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). Those affected have a distorted body image, so that they see themselves differently from the way that others do. The thought that they aren’t attractive enough ultimately impacts their entire life. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in treating body dysmorphic disorder. With effective methods of treatment, we help you to become better at accepting your body. 

  • Headache

    Nearly 75 per cent of the population goes to the doctor at some point in their life due to a headache. But there is also not a headache disorder behind every headacheonset. If the headaches occur more frequently or regularly or if they change in their intensity, character or frequency, you should visit your physician.

    Our experienced neurologists can make a definite diagnosis of the type of your headache by using the latest diagnostics. At Schoen Clinic, we offer you a variety of treatments to clear your head again.
  • Cruciate ligament tear

    Football players, skiers, basketball players – they can all push their knee to the limit in terms of stress. For this reason, cruciate ligament tears (cruciate ligament ruptures) most commonly occur during sports. The cruciate ligaments of your knee joint are then partially or completely torn. A cruciate ligament injury is accompanied by knee joint instability and will need to be treated by a specialist.

    At Schoen Clinic, we have experienced staff specialised in knee injuries, particularly ligament tears. Our team of doctors will ensure that your injury is treated effectively, with minimal pain.
  • Liver cancer

    The most important tasks of the liver are the production of vital proteins, the utilisation of food components and the degradation and excretion of metabolic products and toxins.

    A distinction is made between benign and malignant liver conditions. With the exception of certain liver cysts or large tumours, surgery is rarely required for benign diseases. Surgery is often the therapy of choice in the case of malignant tumours of the liver. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in the surgical treatment of liver cancer and liver metastasis. Our goal is to completely remove the tumour and cure the cancer. 
  • Cirrhosis of the liver

    The liver is a key metabolic organ that is extensively involved in breaking down and excreting metabolic products. It also plays an important role in sugar and fat metabolism. In addition, proteins and coagulation factors are built up in the liver and bile is produced. If a serious illness occurs, such as cirrhosis of the liver, the function of the liver is largely limited. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of liver diseases. We use individual treatments to attempt to eliminate the causes of the cirrhosis of the liver and to prevent progression.
  • Groin hernia

    A groin hernia, also known as an inguinal hernia, is one of the most common health problems. Parts of the intestine pass through a weak point in the supporting abdominal wall. The peritoneum protrudes into the fatty tissue of the subcutis. The treatment is usually without problems.

    Our experienced consultants at Schoen Clinic specialise in groin hernias. We restore the stability of the groin region with targeted treatment. 
  • Pneumonia

    Pneumonia is a dangerous infectious disease. Infants and small children as well as elderly people or people with chronic diseases are particularly at risk.

    Our experienced consultants at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating pneumonia. Targeted therapy helps to fight the pathogens and alleviate the symptoms.

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  • Pulmonary fibrosis

    Pulmonary fibrosis refers to an increasing accumulation of connective tissue in the lungs. This can happen due to various lung diseases.

    Our experienced consultants at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating pulmonary fibrosis. In 2013, together with Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, we conducted and published a large study involving more than 400 pulmonary fibrosis patients at our clinic. It showed in a scientifically clear manner: In the case of pulmonary fibrosis, pneumological rehabilitation helps to alleviate the effects of the disease on performance and improve quality of life. There is also the possibility of discussing patients again as part of the hospitalisation by means of an expert committee (ILD Board) consisting of histopathologists, radiologists and pneumologists following consultation with the referring physician.

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  • Lung transplant

    The transplanting of one or both lungs is often the last treatment option for advanced terminal lung disease. In Germany, this requires the availability of an organ from an organ donor, with approximately 300 such procedures being performed at designated transplant centres each year.

    At Schoen Clinic, we first prepare you optimally for the procedure. You will remain in the best of hands, even after the transplant has been performed. It is not without reason that we are the European leader in lung transplant rehab.  
  • Gastrointestinal diseases

    Stomach pain may be attributable to various illnesses.

    Discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract manifests as abdominal pain and may be accompanied by diarrhoea, constipation, vomiting or nausea. Stomach complaints can also cause discomfort in the upper abdomen in various different ways.

    At Schoen Clinic, we employ consultants with extensive experience in diagnosing and treating gastrointestinal diseases. Based on a precise diagnosis, we will offer you a personalised course of treatment to relieve your symptoms. 

  • Anorexia

    Mental problems manifest in completely different ways. Some withdraw, others become aggressive, and more than a few develop an eating disorder. Risky behaviour before onset of the disease generally entails a diet, which may be started for a variety of reasons. These can be beauty standards, food intolerances or eating less due to stress. A loss of control slowly creeps in, which develops into anorexia. Adolescent girls and young women are predominantly affected by this.  

    The loss of control in losing weight is associated with a high level of distress, loneliness and pain. You see anorexia as a serious illness and seek medical and therapeutic help. We at Schön Klinik will support you in the process of recognising the perpetuating conditions of your eating disorder so that you can handle it yourself with care. Because when you value yourself as a person, you can accept your body more easily and do what’s good for it.
  • Meniscus damage

    Extreme stress during sports or degeneration due to old age – sometimes, your knee joint will no longer be able to take the strain. Even an incorrect movement can cause meniscus damage. It often suddenly occurs after a rotational movement or fall.

    For your meniscus damage, you’ll be in safe hands at Schoen Clinic. Our knee experts have years of experience in treating meniscus damages, as well as a range of treatments tailored to your specific symptoms, combined with the very latest in medical knowledge.
  • Metatarsal fracture

    A metatarsal fracture (metatarsal injury) isn’t unheard of in football. But it doesn’t just happen to athletes. An accident at home or rolling over your foot while running can cause your metatarsal bones to become fractured. Depending on which metatarsal bone is affected and how many, bleeding and severe swelling of the foot can occur alongside the metatarsal injury. This is typically very painful and you’ll also no longer be able to walk.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating foot injuries. Whether through conservative or surgical treatment, we’ll help you safely get back on your feet again.
  • Middle ear diseases

    Hearing loss, dizziness or painful middle ear inflammation: These are just some of the unpleasant symptoms when your middle ear becomes ill. In these cases, specialists are needed who make a clear diagnosis and who operate with plenty of experience and skill.

    Our experienced ENT specialists at Schoen Clinic specialise in effectively treating middle ear diseases with little pain. We get your symptoms under control using the latest procedures.
  • Ankylosing spondylitis (Bechterew's disease)

    The source of the pain is deep inside the back. It is particularly severe when resting, at night or in the early morning. Try stretching and walking a little — in most cases, patients with ankylosing spondylitis find movement helps. However, the tiredness and feeling of increasing stiffness will remain. 

    The specialist consultants at the Schoen Clinic have extensive experience in treating these symptoms. With various effective therapies, we can help you to alleviate your discomfort, avoid severe outcomes, and live better with stiffening vertebral inflammation. And should surgical intervention nevertheless be considered, you will find yourself in highly experienced hands.

  • Dupuytren's contracture

    Our hands are our most important tools. We think up the action and our fingers do it. When they have stiff movement, fishing out a key from your pocket and unlocking the front door is difficult. With Dupuytren’s contracture (Dupuytren’s disease), your fingers can no longer stretch out due to the disorder because they’re blocked by benign growths in the connecting tissue. Knots in the palm of your hand and scar-like strands in your fingers will develop. The fingers will become crooked.

    At Schoen Clinic, we employ experienced specialists in hand surgery. They will be responsible for your surgical care, but they also offer successful minimally invasive alternatives.
  • Ménière’s disease

    Ménière’s disease – or Ménière’s syndrome – is a rare disease affecting both the auditory and vestibular system. This leads to an accumulation of endolymph fluid in the inner ear (endolymphatic hydrops), more precisely in the Eustachian tube. This congestion is the result of an imbalance between the production and transport of the fluid, which is regularly exchanged. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have extensive experience in treating Ménière’s disease. The aim is to alleviate your discomfort or improve your quality of life. 
  • Perthes' disease

    Fibromyalgia – hospital with specialisation: Fibryomyalgia therapy at Schoen Clinic is based on the multi-model concept. In this process, our specialists choose exactly the right method for your individual treatment from an array of modules. This will help you get your complaints under control.
  • Multiple sclerosis

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one of the most common diseases of the central nervous system. Predominantly younger people are affected, women twice as often as men. MS can lead to temporary or permanent disabilities that affect family, partnership, work and one’s own mental state. There are as yet no known cure options. However, many drugs can have a beneficial effect on the course of the disease. In addition, there are proven treatment methods to alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life. Self-help groups and associations such as the German Multiple Sclerosis Society (DMSG) offer further help. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis. Our aim is to positively influence the course of the disease and to treat your symptoms with a view to achieving better quality of life.

  • Kidney stones

    Even the ancient Egyptians suffered from kidney stones – scientists discovered this using a 7000-year-old mummy. Kidney stones are among the most frequent and most painful diseases of the urinary tract. If permanent symptoms and complications occur, they must be treated. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in treating kidney stones. We have different therapy methods at our disposal to free you from the painful stones.
  • Renal failure

    An important task of the kidneys is to remove water and degradation products from metabolism. In addition, they are involved in regulating blood salts, blood pressure, acidity and blood formation as well as bone metabolism. Many diseases can damage the kidneys. Conversely, kidney diseases can also impair other organ systems. An early diagnosis is crucial for preventing renal failure (renal insufficiency). 

    At Schoen Clinic, we are specialised in the treatment of kidney diseases. Our experienced consultants offer you a sound diagnosis and effective treatment for your disease.
  • Femoral neck fracture

    A femoral neck fracture is an injury typically sustained by older people. It causes immediate immobility and almost always requires surgical treatment. Most fractures occur in people over the age of 70. In the majority of cases, patients have a number of significant co-morbidities that can often be one of the causes of the fall. Women are affected around three times as frequently as men.

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in the surgical treatment of femoral neck fractures. We always take account of the patient's overall health situation, particularly in older individuals. Our aim is the complete restoration of your mobility.
  • Osteochondrosis

    Pain creeps up on you. In the beginning, it only occurs after physical work or exercise. Some people feel it in their neck, others in the small of their back or lower back. At one point, the pain becomes constant, whether seated, standing or lying down. Sometimes the pain even radiates into the arms and legs. The cause? Potentially, osteochondrosis.

    Osteochondrosis is an osseous change in the spinal region. It develops as a result of wear and tear on the intervertebral discs and the adjacent spine.

    Schoen Clinic is specialised in diagnosing and treating osteochondrosis in all degrees of severity. In the acute phase, you will immediately receive pain drug therapy. Combined with back training and relaxation exercises, this provides many patients relief.
  • Osteoporosis

    A cracked back with stabbing pain – osteoporosis, also called bone loss, is one of the most common disorders in the later stages of life. It’s almost twice as common in women than in men. As you get older, the stability of your skeleton decreases and the risk of bone fractures increases. Spinal column, femoral neck and hand joint fractures are especially troublesome.

    At Schoen Clinic, we’re specialised in back disorders caused by degradation. Our spinal column surgery specialists will help you prevent bone fractures through targeted measures.
  • Panic disorder

    Fear is a feeling that ensures our survival. Without fear, we would take risks that are a danger to our health and life. But fear can also become pathological. People with a panic disorder suffer repeatedly from sudden, intense panic attacks that have a major negative impact on their lives.

    For many years, our specialised physicians, therapists and co-therapists have been successfully working on the treatment of anxiety disorders. They carefully assist you in overcoming their fears and combating the panic attacks. So you can actively take part in life again.
  • Parkinson’s

    Being diagnosed with Parkinson's can come as a real shock. But even though this chronic nerve disease cannot be cured, we can offer you support to maintain your quality of life over the long term. Tailored therapy that focuses on your specific and current needs is key here.

    Our team of physicians, therapists and nurses at Schoen Clinic has many years of experience in treating Parkinson's. We will gladly accompany you on your path to recovering your independence.
  • Flat foot and high arch

    A flat foot/high arch often doesn’t cause any complaints in everyday life year after year, but it is noticeable. This deformity can also affect the natural movement of your foot
    If the deformity is extremely pronounced, has occurred recently or has worsened or started to cause complaints, these are always reasons to have the foot medically examined.

    Our foot surgeons at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating flat feet and high arches. Your feet are in the best hands with us.
  • Polyneuropathy

    The nerves in our body disperse from our spinal cord like the ever-smaller branches of a tree. Through these nerves the brain stays in contact with our muscles, skin and all internal organs. All of the important commands from our “control centre” run through our nerves to the organs that carry them out. And in the opposite direction, the peripheral nerves report all of sensory information back to the brain for further processing, such as touch, pain and other stimuli.
    If these nerves are damaged or destroyed, this sensitive flow of information is disturbed. This is referred to as polyneuropathy.
    Our experienced specialists at Schoen Clinic first accurately determine whether you have polyneuropathy or whether the symptoms are due to another medical condition. In the second step, we look for the cause in order to give your nerves the opportunity to heal with individualised treatment.
  • Post traumatic stress disorder

    Around 40% of the population have a traumatic experience in their lives that is associated with significant fear, disgust or a strong feeling of being threatened. Such an event has to be processed in a particular way. Many people are able to do this with the help of friends and family. Some people, however, often develop problems, often weeks or months later, with severely negative impacts, both psychological and physical.

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can usually only be treated with professional help. At Schoen Clinic, we are specialised in physical and psychological illnesses. Our physicians tactfully assist you in regaining lost trust.
  • Paraplegia

    A serious accident during sports or in traffic: If the nerve tracts in the spinal cord are injured, this has the worst effects and consequences for those affected. The diagnosis “paraplegia” is a severe shock to them and life changes abruptly. While the number of occupational accidents has fallen by more than a third thanks to the precautionary measures of the employers’ liability insurance associations, the number of patients injuring the spinal cord in their free time is increasing. Non-traumatic causes, such as circulatory problems, tumours or infections, can damage the spinal cord.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the central and peripheral nervous system. Every paraplegia patient receives an individual treatment plan to treat his functional disorders.

  • Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease

    Most people experience acid reflux and heartburn after a heavy meal or excessive coffee consumption. The stomach contents become acidified and travel up into the oesophagus, where they irritate the sensitive mucous membrane and cause burning pain. In cases of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, the attacks of heartburn become chronic, usually as the result of a poor diet, smoking or stress.

    At Schoen Clinic, our consultants and surgeons specialise in both non-invasive and surgical treatments for patients suffering from chronic heartburn. We would be delighted to help you to get your reflux under control.

  • Restless legs syndrome

    Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a common and often very debilitating neurological condition. It is not dangerous, however. Around three to ten per cent of all Germans are affected by it, and it becomes more common as we get older.

    Our experienced experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in the treatment and diagnosis of restless legs. Using suitable medications, we can improve the quality of your sleep and life considerably. 
  • Rotator cuff tear

    Are you finding that normal everyday activities such as brushing your hair, carrying shopping bags or putting on your coat are suddenly difficult to do? This may be due to a rupture of the rotator cuff in your shoulder, or a rotator cuff tear. It’s one of the most common shoulder joint injuries in Germany. And the associated shoulder pain reduces your quality of life significantly.

    The consultants and orthopaedic specialists at Schoen Clinic have specialised in treating shoulder disorders and injuries for many years. Through our experience, we’ll help you get your normal life back as quickly as possible. 
  • Back pain

    The human back isn’t made for sitting down for long periods of time, strain on one side or a lack of movement. It results in tense muscles, overstrained ligaments or shortened tendons, which are the most common causes of acute pain in the back region. Movement, targeted strength training and relaxation exercises often help. However, back pain can also be a sign of other disorders.

    At Schoen Clinic, all of our departments work closely together for an accurate diagnosis of your back pain and therapy that’s right for you.
  • Traumatic brain injury in children

    In Germany, half of all patients with a traumatic brain injury are under the age of 25. Contrary to the opinion that you need to protect young people in this situation as much as possible, it is much more important to start early rehabilitation as soon as possible. This is the only way to prevent traumatic brain injury consequences, i.e. later disabilities.

    Our experienced consultants and therapists at Schoen Clinic specialise in the treatment of traumatic brain injuries in children. They work intensively with your child to restore its physical and mental functions, as well as to prevent any subsequent consequences.
  • Traumatic brain injury

    If external force is exerted on the head, for example in a fall or accident, this can lead to a traumatic brain injury. Some of the patients with a traumatic brain injury do not require medical treatment. However, this is often necessary, sometimes even essential for survival. Inpatient monitoring and, if necessary, further diagnostics are necessary, since symptoms, such as impaired consciousness, may only appear after a certain time delay.Qualified consultants and therapists work at Schoen Clinic to treat traumatic brain injuries. We use the latest therapies to help save lives, prevent the occurrence of long-term effects and restore physical and mental functions.
  • Thyroid cancer

    The thyroid hormones play a central role in our metabolism. If the thyroid gland is affected by cancer, this unfortunately only becomes apparent at a late stage. You should therefore react quickly if your thyroid gland expands in a short period of time or if lymph nodes in your neck are swollen.

    We have specialised consultants and therapists at Schoen Clinic. They offer the best possible treatment for thyroid cancer.

  • Thyroid enlargement

    In Germany, which is one of the countries with a low iodine content, thyroid gland enlargement (also known as struma or goitre) is quite common. Women are affected about four times more often than men. A struma usually develops between the 20th and the 40th year of life.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in thyroid diseases. We offer you various therapeutic methods to cure your disease.
  • Stroke in children-paraplegia

    It is not just adults that can suffer strokes. They can also affect children. Although they are very rare, they are a devastating event for children as well as their parents, and can be a significant challenge to overcome. 

    Our experienced specialists at Schoen Clinic will be right by your side during this difficult time. We have many years' experience of treating strokes in children. With early and ongoing rehabilitation, we do everything we can to improve your child's quality of life. 
  • Stroke

    As its name suggests, a stroke hits many patients like a blow. Paralysis and sensation or speech disorders can occur suddenly. From one moment to the next you may be confronted with issues such as disability and nursing care. Often, there are economical and social problems to cope with as well.

    At Schoen Clinic, we do everything possible to provide you with optimal treatment, from the first moment to rehabilitative care.
  • Broken collarbone

    A broken collarbone (clavicle fracture) happens quickly and is therefore one of the most frequent bone fractures. Young men with a fondness for high-risk sports are particularly affected. Emergency outpatient clinics treat a constant stream of patients in ski suits or motorcycle gear. 

    Our specialists at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating bone fractures and joint injuries. We weigh up exactly which therapy is best for you so that your fracture can heal well.
  • Shoulder arthrosis

    Putting on a jacket, washing your hair, reaching up to a high shelf... when every arm movement causes a flash of pain through your body, everyday life becomes torturous. Wear and tear in the shoulder (arthrosis) are at fault.

    There are a number of ways to effectively treat arthrosis in your shoulder. Our arthrosis specialists at Schoen Clinic have several years of experience and highly customised treatment concepts. We will get the pain under control with the help of medication, conservative measures, such as psychotherapists and, if necessary, by means of surgery.
  • Acromioclavicular joint separation

    Sporty people are familiar with it: Take a fall over your bicycle handlebars or fail to notice an icy patch on the slope and you actually take the fall quite well. Nevertheless, your shoulder hurts. All this can indicate an acromioclavicular joint separation (AC separation).

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in the treatment of acromioclavicular joint separation. Based on a detailed diagnosis, we offer you the optimal treatment for you. We help you to fully restore the mobility of your shoulder. 
  • Shoulder instability

    What should be done if the shoulder is dislocated (luxated) in an accident? What if there is chronic shoulder instability?

    Our specialists specialise in treating shoulder diseases and injuries and attach great importance to a precise diagnosis and individual treatment.
  • Dizziness

    I’m dizzy – most people already know this feeling from their childhood: After going on a merry-go-round, your surroundings often turn around for a short time, even though you are standing safely on solid ground. Or you get back to the shore after a longer boat trip and the land seems to sway. These types of dizziness are completely normal and usually stop quickly. But there are people who suffer a dizzy spell out of the blue. The attacks can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting or unsteady walking and standing. 

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of dizziness. Using effective therapies, we eliminate the causes of your complaints and make you free of vertigo again.
  • Scoliosis or kyphosis

    It can sometimes be determined from the very first glance during childhood. Other times, lateral crookedness of the spinal column with twisting (scoliosis) or lateral bending of the spinal column (kyphosis) is first discovered during puberty.

    The spinal column, the central supportive and movement organ of the body, has a set structure. It is precisely designed, whether looking from the front or from behind. If the frontal plane of the precisely put-together spinal column becomes crooked or bent, pain can occur during everyday movements.

    Schoen Clinic specialises in deformities and misalignment of the back. We provided a personalised and tailored range of treatments if you or your child suffer from scoliosis or kyphosis.
  • SLAP lesion

    Taking the milk out of the refrigerator or lifting a water bottle. If you are unable to perform these everyday movements without pain, you may have a SLAP lesion. This is a rupture or tear of the glenoid labrum in the glenoid cavity. 

    Our experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating SLAP lesions. They will find the cause and the right therapy together with you.
  • Somatoform disorder

    A somatoform disorder causes physical symptoms, even though no clear organic cause can be found. Many sufferers are told that there is "nothing wrong with them". They feel misunderstood, and go from one doctor to another. The result is desperation and hopelessness, and also often depression.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of somatoform disorders. This also includes a comprehensive review of the patient's history of the disorder in an attempt to uncover any events that may have contributed to it.

  • Social anxiety

    Being shy in certain situations is quite normal behaviour. However, social fears (social anxiety) can develop from it. The fear of being the centre of attention in certain situations and acting in an embarrassing or shameful manner can even remain for a lifetime.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in anxiety disorders. Based on a precise diagnosis, we offer you professional help to overcome your shyness.
  • Spina bifida

    Spina bifida means ‘open spine’. It is a malformation of the spine and often of the spinal cord that develops during pregnancy. On average, one in 1,000 newborns is affected, and girls are generally affected more often than boys. Patients need regular and individual medical treatment throughout their lives.

    Spina bifida is a disease that can only be approached in an interdisciplinary manner. At Schoen Clinic, paediatric orthopaedists, spinal surgeons, neurosurgeons, urologists and neuropaediatricians work closely together to offer your child holistic care. Thanks to early detection and operations in infancy, it is possible that many children with spina bifida develop considerably better physically and mentally and long-term damage can be minimised.
  • Spinal canal stenosis

    When your legs get pins and needles, it’s not too bad. But when they constantly get pins and needles and your back hurts, spinal canal stenosis may be involved. With this disorder, the canal within the spine narrows as you get older. In rare cases, the disorder can also be present from birth. Those affected report radiating back pain and numbness in the limbs. They also need to stop a lot, even during short walks.

    As a patient, you’ll have a lot of questions after being diagnosed with spinal canal stenosis. The experts at Schoen Clinic will be happy to advise you. Our medical staff are specialised in spinal disorders caused by degeneration. If you suffer from spinal canal stenosis, we offer individually tailored treatment, whatever your situation.
  • Tinnitus

    Living with annoying tinnitus can be a challenge that can push you to the very limits of your patience. Just like you, there are just under four million adults in Germany with this condition, and two-thirds of them have it permanently. When the "ringing in the ear" drowns out other sounds, it can affect your concentration at work just as much as your recovery as you sleep at night.

    With tried-and-tested treatments, at Schoen Clinic we can help you regain more quality of life. Our experts show you how you can deliberately deflect your attention so that the dreadful noise loses its impact and fades increasingly into the background of your consciousness.
  • Tremor

    When your hand becomes less steady and eventually begins to tremble, it is an unmistakable sign of ageing. Sometimes, our hands shake for other reasons, such as cold, fear or too much coffee. However, a clearly visible tremor can also be a symptom of a disease or even the disease itself. It can also occur in patients over the age of 20 years.

    At Schoen Clinic, we specialise in diseases of the nerves and brain. We can treat your tremors well using effective therapies. The earlier, the better.
  • Vocal cord dysfunction

    Vocal cord dysfunction (VCD), an often misunderstood vocal cord disorder, leads to symptoms that are similar to those of bronchial asthma or can occur together with asthma. For this reason, this disease is often misinterpreted as asthma and therefore not treated properly or completely. Similar to bronchial asthma, the symptoms in VCD occur very suddenly. They are sometimes so intense that they are experienced as life-threatening, but typically stop relatively quickly.

    Our experienced consultants at Schoen Clinic have specialised in treating vocal cord dysfunction for over twenty years. They have given countless lectures on this subject at specialist conferences and published scientific articles. National and international scientific studies on the clinical picture are also underway. Allocation takes place using concepts that were agreed upon with the cost bearers. With effective therapies, we help you to regain a better quality of life.
  • Slipped vertebra

    Good news: most patients don’t experience any pain when a vertebra shuffles out of position. With a slipped vertebra (spondylolisthesis), one or more vertebrae in your spine slip. This is caused by a gap in the vertebral arches (spondylolysis). If the slipped vertebra doesn’t press against a nerve or directly against a disc, there won’t be any pain. However, chronic, deep-rooted pain in the lower back may also occur.

    Specialists at Schoen Clinic will give your vertebrae back their support. We specialise in slipped vertebra treatment. From an accurate and thorough diagnosis, to non-surgical treatment, to precise surgery, you’ll benefit from the years of valuable experience of our back specialists. The result? Satisfied patients who don’t hesitate to recommend us to others.
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorders

    Cleaning, washing hands, keeping things tidy – all completely normal actions. But the line between that and a compulsion is fluid. “I have to do this again and again, even though I know it makes no sense”, “I feel like I’m mad when I think clearly” – these or similar statements are often heard from patients suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder (formerly also called obsessional neurosis). Such compulsions considerably restrict the daily way of life.

    Our consultants at Schoen Clinic specialise in mental illness. With effective therapies, we help you to overcome your compulsions.