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Orthopedics – originally intended as medical doctrine of „erection“ – has evolved over the last 20 years to a fascinating subject. In particular, the recovery of injured articular structures is possible today. Orthopedics Osteopathy support in a high degree. It helps to avoid surgery and produce pain-free joint function again.


This synergistic effect is to reduce the need for prosthetic surgery in the future. Function requires structure – as well as the structure function of the body. As well as innovations in osteopathic orthopedic – sports medicine therapy is our motivation. Motion is the „top notch“ Thought for healthy movement.




 Sports medicine

 Sports injuries




 Cruciate ligament
 Shoulder Instability
 Achilles tendon
 Muscle and tissue function (Osteopathy)

Carsten Schlünsen

For 15 years, specializing in orthopedic surgery. Focus on knee, shoulder and...  >>more<<




Medical Office


Movement is life

Rollin Becker ( American osteopath )


Understanding the medical history, take your time and advise the patient sufficiently makes medicine efficient. Modern diagnostic methods (MRI, CT, X-ray or laboratory) can be

targeted. The osteopathic medicine extends the classical sense medicine. This path creates trust and confidence in the medical order to resolve pain individually. To achieve this

goal, the entire physiological horizon has to be observed and not the only area of ​​pain by itself.


MOTION uses both approaches – the surgical restoration of the biomechanics and

the fine tuning of osteopathy. For more movement and life.


Integration of orthopedic surgery, osteopathy and physiotherapy is the concept of MOTION.


1 Functional disorders (osteopathy and manual therapy)
2. Inflammatory tendon disorders (injection, growth factors, shock wave therapy tweeter)
3. Joint injuries and degenerative changes by arthroscopic surgical techniques or biological regenerative surgical techniques (autologous growth factors ACP, cartilage cell therapy, ACT)

Specific know-how in the various sports and experience in competitive sports and outdoor sector are essential in the understanding of injuries and overloading .

The increase in performance emphasized leisure sport has led to an increase in sports injuries. Sports such as kite surfing, Skating , snowboarding , dancing and climbing pose a special challenge to treatment techniques and surgical techniques. More and more people over the age of 50 years are active and want to do recreational sports . The Berlin Marathon with 40,000 participants is the head of this training euphoria.


It is the spirit of the age , physical challenges in nature and, in extreme situations, whether to search in the Amazon or on the Mont Blanc . We need sufficient fitness and health. To support this practice MOTION offers state of art concepts.


The answers are the results:
To train again, 8 weeks after a cruciate ligament and do recreational sports – these are the challenges- for the  surgeon and the technology which continues to develop .

A good surgical technique and manual dexterity is the default for success by close cooperation to physiotherapy .


New surgical procedure in the future for osteoarthritis will find ways ( KineSpring or active implants ) to avoid joint replacement ( prosthesis ) .

As a full-fledged medical discipline, osteopathy focuses the thinking on the dynamic context of the body tissues and their interactions.


It is a philosophy that combines anatomy and physiology in all aspects. In therapy, it resembles a fine mechanical movementand that brings the structure and function of the entire person in a harmonious balance. The activated sentient hand, activates, through  self-regulation tissues and organs in the sense of self-healing.


Especially in sports, functional disorders – one of the main causes of pain in orthopedics – by osteopathic techniques, usually in the 3 treatment units („find it – fix it – and leave it alone“) are treated. This is also the core idea – the activation of the regulatory power of the body without drugs. Surgery can be avoided in many cases


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Our time and practice management avoids waiting times.

Monday to Friday by appointment 


U1 / U2 / U15 Nollendorfplatz


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Motion Praxis

Sportorthopädische Praxis
Kyffhäuserstr. 11
10781 Berlin


T +49 30 21 23 24 86
F +49 30 65 70 61 73

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