The most important questions and answers about our offer.

Questions about booking an appointment

Of course I do. However, we ask you to inform us in good time so that we can open the time window for other patients. For cancellations received less than 24 hours before the therapy, this is unfortunately no longer possible. We will therefore have to charge you for appointments cancelled at short notice.

Questions about the regulation

In Switzerland the free choice of therapist applies. This means that, regardless of your insurance status, you can always decide for yourself where you want to receive treatment. This also applies if your doctor has explicitly referred you to a specific therapist (e.g. with an address pre-printed on the prescription). Even if you have already started therapy, you can switch to another provider at any time.


A Physio regulation is valid for three months. However, you should have booked your first appointment within five weeks of the date of issue. If your prescription expires during therapy, we will be happy to help you organise a new prescription.


I'm sure your doctor meant well for you. But he must have confused things. Massage is not covered by basic insurance and therefore cannot be prescribed. With your prescription, however, you can go to a physiotherapist.


Of course you are also welcome as a private payer.

Questions about payment and invoice

Offers that do not require payment (massages, training subscriptions, aids, etc.) must be paid for in cash at the reception desk or with the usual debit/credit cards. Unfortunately we do not accept Postcard. We charge most insurances directly for services subject to compulsory health insurance (physiotherapy), therefore you will not normally receive an invoice from us anyway.


If there is a medical prescription, we invoice your health insurance/accident insurance company electronically whenever possible. Normally, you will therefore not receive an invoice sent to your home.

Individual insurance companies are not technically able to process electronic invoices. In these cases we reserve the right to invoice you directly for our services after the last treatment. You can pass on the costs to your insurance company with the enclosed claim form.

Questions about physiotherapy

Therapeutic continuity is important for the healing process. In principle, all treatments are performed by the same therapist. To ensure that the rehabilitation continues even when your physio is away on holiday, you will be cared for by another therapist during this time. We make sure that you are treated by a maximum of two different people. Close communication between the treating therapists is a matter of course.


Of course I do. If you would like to continue the therapy with another therapist, we will be happy to assign another therapist to you at any time. There are good reasons why a change of therapist can be useful: A relationship of trust between patient and therapist is very important for a positive course of therapy - and you don't get on equally well with every person. Another therapist, who cultivates an alternative approach, can also set new impulses in the treatment. Therefore, ask at the reception for a change of therapist or book an appointment online with another therapist.


One treatment lasts 20 to 25 minutes, including undressing and dressing. To make an appointment at reception, please allow a few additional minutes.


This depends on the severity of the problem you come to us with and the healing process. On average, 15 to 18 therapy sessions are necessary. As a rule, there are two therapy sessions per week.


Successful physiotherapy is based on a detailed discussion of the findings, in which we get to the bottom of your pain and design a treatment strategy. For this we need a lot of information from you, and it takes time. We, too, would like to start with the actual therapy right after the findings have been discussed. Unfortunately, the current collective agreement, which is binding for all physiotherapists, allows a maximum of one treatment per day and per case.


Depending on the type and severity of the disorder, targeted training can enormously improve the healing process. If you do exercises in addition to individual therapy, your recovery can proceed faster. But we are also aware that a home program is only as good as it will be implemented. Your therapist will therefore recommend exercises that are feasible for you.


Massage techniques have a firm place in physiotherapy. However, it is the therapist's task to apply the appropriate treatment method for rehabilitation - and this does not necessarily have to be a massage. The basic insurance does not pay for pure feel-good treatments. If you would like a massage that is about your well-being, your therapist or our team of masseuses will be happy to assist you. Most supplementary insurances cover part or all of the costs.

Questions about domicile treatments

Of course I do. If a visit to the practice is not possible for health reasons, the doctor can prescribe a so-called domicile treatment, in which the insurance pays a flat-rate travel allowance of approx. 30 francs.


The flat-rate travel allowance covered by the insurance is approximately CHF 30 - regardless of the distance between the practice and the place of residence. If your address cannot be reached within twelve minutes, we will have to charge you for the additional costs privately. The easiest way is to call us.

Questions about Training

Yes, you may.


Not as a rule. Most supplementary insurance policies are based on the Qualitop label, which we deliberately do without for cost reasons.

Questions about massage

The masseur needs time to massage the affected structures. It must be noted that our body also needs time to absorb and process the stimuli. For massages of smaller areas half an hour can be sufficient. In the case of several complaints or larger zones, however, it is advisable to plan for an hour or more.


So many, until the respective problem is solved. After that, however, it is advisable to actively engage in prevention and massage at regular intervals before the complaints return or new problem areas arise.


There's no rule of thumb for that. In the case of acute complaints, shorter intervals are usually necessary, which are individually determined by the masseur (e.g. 1-2 sessions per week). Longer intervals are often sufficient for prevention. Here the patient decides for himself how often this is possible in terms of time and money.


You can discuss with the masseur on site which form of therapy you would like to have and is best suited for your current concern. Of course, it is also possible to combine different forms of therapy.