Indications in infancy

  • Central Co-ordination Disorder (ZKS)
  • Cerebral movement disorders, including spastic threats
  • Developmental delays and disorders
  • Lack of oxygen during birth and consequential damages
  • Breastfeeding problems, persistent crying, insomnia, indigestion
  • Premature birth, with various resultant charges, including conditions after brain hemorrhage
  • Location anomalies (breech position, foot position ...)umbilical cord looping, with the resultant stress
  • Hip dysplasia or dislocations, disorders of the foot - treatment without  hip abduction bandage or plaster.
  • Asymmetric postures such as Congenital muscular torticollis or infant scoliosis
  • Neurodermatitis
  • Motor restlessness, hyperactivity


Indications for larger children and adults

  • Abnormalities in social behavior, hyperactivity
  • Disruptions in the gross and fine motor skills
  • Learning disabilities, concentration problems, insomnia
  • Back problems (kyphosis, scoliosis, postural abnormality, back pain)
  • Disorders of the foot, asymmetries
  • Abnormalities in the language - and language development (eg, lisping, stammering), teeth grinding, jaw deformities
  • Neurodermatitis
  • People with fixed severe spastic diseases also experienced various facilities in the motor and especially in the vegetative area (sleeping, eating, digestion)
  • Orthopedic disorders (arthritis)
  • Neurological disorders (eg, condition after stroke, MS)
  • Good results in patients with Parkinson's disease