Philosophy in the medical practice?

What can be the cause?

What can one actually recognize and treat?

Practice philosophy” means: Practicing the love of wisdom! We want to determine rationally how to achieve or maintain health in the best way. In doing so, we use the prior knowledge of the old doctors and integrate it into our modern day medicine.


The consideration of the different forms of medicine takes place undogmatically and without prejudices, neither the naturopathy nor the “conventional medicine”.

It’s not about favoring a medical system over the other, but achieving the best possible outcome for the patient. This can vary from person to person and must always be determined individually. The wishes and the possibilities of the patient stand in the foreground and an active co-operation is presupposed.

We serve as a support and signpost so you can take your healthy path. When choosing treatment options, we have the following sentence in mind:

If your only tool is a hammer, then you will see every problem as a nail!

So we try, as far as we can, to filter out and apply the most appropriate and suitable different medical systems. The noticeable success on the patient is the best indicator of a correct procedure.


Finding the cause-and-effect chain of a disease is not always easy. It requires the exact consideration of the body after a long first-anamnesis. The information provided by the patient is the basis for this. Therefore, we recommend to bring a chronologically listed table of diseases. The more information listed, the safer and simpler the diagnosis. Even if it is “only back pain”, we ask you to bring the list with all the operations, discomfort, accidents, indigestion, dental procedures and other social events. Not infrequently, a correlation can be found between a decades-old scar of surgery, an acute digestive disease, and the induced back pain, which made you visit your physician.

Modernity should not stand in the way of naturopathy. Logic is an essential part of medicine. A differentiated consideration of the history of the disease helps to find the cause.