Integrative Pain Medicine

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Chronic pain limits life in many ways.

It often dominates everyday life to such an extent that hardly any activity and joy of life is experienced. Many people withdraw, become depressed, can no longer work and are unable to participate in social life in the usual way. The future seems limited.

Integrative multi-modal pain therapy at the Havelhöhe Community Hospital tries to break the often existing vicious circle of pain - tension - restriction of movement - hopelessness - intensification of pain. Understanding biographical contexts is just as important as looking into the future.

We see people in their physical, mental and spiritual dimensions and regard them as individuals with their very own needs and development opportunities.

All this is to strengthen you so that pain is not the all-dominant content of your life. You should regain more self-activity, interest and joy in life and thus increase your quality of life.

Treatment focus

  • Back pain and musculoskeletal pain
  • Pain in degenerative diseases
  • Joint pain
  • Stress-related pain
  • Fibromyalgia syndrome
  • Nerve pain (e.g. post-herpetic neuralgia, phantom limb pain)
  • Facial pain and headaches (e.g. migraine, trigeminal neuralgia)
  • Complex regional pain syndrome - CRPS (Sudeck's disease)
  • Therapy in case of a wish to withdraw or change previous pain medication
  • Chronic post-operative pain

Range of services

We offer you an individualised treatment concept within the framework of integrative multi-modal pain therapy with the following treatment options, partly as a group or also as individual therapies:

  • Psychosomatic pain therapy/pain psychotherapy
  • Medicinal therapy (allopathics, alternative conventional medicines, medicines of anthroposophic medicine, phytotherapeutics)
  • Drug reduction, opiate withdrawal, opiate reduction, opiate rotation
  • External applications, compresses
  • Naturopathic applications (leeches, cupping)
  • Psychoeducation (knowledge transfer) around pain, movement and sleep
  • Movement therapy and relaxation exercises
  • Breathing therapy
  • Mindfulness training / meditation
  • Art therapy
  • Therapeutic modelling and sculpture
  • Music therapy
  • Sports group/Nordic walking
  • Pain physiotherapy
  • Garden therapy
  • Exercise pool
  • Nutritional counselling
  • Interventional algesiological procedures

Your contact for Pain Medicine

Ward 23.11, Building 23

Andrea Tschammer, Katharina Reuter


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