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Ein Mann macht auf einer violetten Matte eine Übung und führt eine Überkopfkniebeuge aus.
Entdecke, wie du mit Dips, einer einfachen, aber kraftvollen Übung, deinen Oberkörper stärken kannst – ganz bequem von zu Hause aus. Inkl. Video.
A fit man doing yoga in a living room.
In our latest blog post, discover simple but effective balancing exercises that are specially designed for everyday office life. Learn how you can prevent back problems, boost your metabolism and improve your concentration with short movement breaks - without having to leave your desk. These practical tips will help you stay active and healthy despite a sedentary job.
A man practises trembling against stress on a yoga mat in the living room.
Discover two unique relaxation techniques on our latest blog post: 'Muscle tremors lying down' and 'Muscle tremors standing up'. These videos show you how to release muscle tension and rejuvenate your body through simple exercises at home. Ideal for those looking for effective methods for relaxation and mindfulness. Watch the videos and learn more about the benefits of these techniques!
A woman receives a neck massage from a trained osteopath in Hamburg.
Osteopathy is a holistic form of treatment that aims to identify and treat the causes of complaints. Manual techniques are used to release tension, improve mobility and increase well-being. Osteopathy treats people as a unity of body, mind and soul and aims not only to alleviate symptoms, but also to have a preventative effect. Common complaints such as back pain and headaches can be effectively alleviated by osteopathic treatments. The choice of a qualified osteopath is crucial for the success of the treatment.
A man in a suit and tie with the inscription "Osteopathie Hamburg" on a starlight bowl.
In this insightful video, Torsten Liem gives valuable advice on how to start the day energised and focused during the winter months. He emphasises how crucial light is, especially sunlight, which is often in short supply during the winter.
A man with a knee injury holds his knee and seeks sports osteopathic treatment.
As an experienced osteopath in Hamburg, I have often seen athletes and fitness enthusiasts come to my practice with various types of injuries. Sports injuries are unfortunately a common problem, but the good news is that osteopathy is an extremely effective method of treating sports injuries and can help prevent future injuries.
A man sits on a bed with a thoughtful expression on his face and thinks about osteopathy in Hamburg.
Restful sleep is crucial for our general well-being and health. Unfortunately, more and more people are suffering from sleep disorders, which can significantly affect their quality of life. In this blog post, I would like to shed some light on the causes of sleep disorders and how osteopathy can help to promote restful sleep. I will also introduce some relaxation techniques that can help you to overcome sleep problems.
A woman in a white bikini receiving paediatric osteopathic treatment from experienced osteopaths in Hamburg.
Our digestive system is a fascinating interplay of organs, muscles and nerves that is responsible for the absorption of nutrients and the elimination of waste. However, many people are familiar with the unpleasant reality of digestive complaints such as heartburn, bloating or irritable bowel syndrome.
A man and a woman are doing sports osteopathy exercises on their backs in a fitness centre.
Good posture is not only aesthetically pleasing, it is also crucial for our health and well-being. But in this day and age, when many people spend long hours at their desks or staring at screens, more and more people are suffering from postural problems
An elderly woman holds a digital scale in her hand while practising sports osteopathy.
People aged between 18 and 40 should be able to squeeze at least 35 kg for around 30 seconds; older people may be able to do less. The duration also provides information about muscle performance.

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