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Manuela Gies

Manuela Gies has been in our practice since 1996. She is a medical technical assistant and naturopath with a degree in traditional Chinese medicine. She has been practicing in this area independently since 2008 within the premises of the Chiropractic Center. This cooperation has proven to be very beneficial for patient care.

Organically induced disorders of the spine as well as inflammation of the nerves and periosteum caused by skeletal blockages and discopathies (especially sciatica and tennis elbow), to name just two examples, can be treated much more easily and in the long term with a combined form of treatment of chiropractic and acupuncture.

The successes in this area prompt us to continue this form of cooperation.
Since the treatments by chiropractic and Chinese medicine can of course be scheduled directly afterwards, the patients need to come less often and experience an increased effect.

Guido Diederichs

Guido Diederichs Chiropractic Founder of Chiropractic Cologne

Estelle Dinot

Chiropractic training at the Institut Franco-Européen de Chiropratique (IFEC) in Paris....

Joe Gross

Joe Gross is Doctor of Chiropractic, graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas (USA)

Justine Dubois

Chiropractic from Paris I F E C Institute and participation (SOT, TBM, BEST, "Atle Extremities", DTM, chiropractic pediatrics for babies and pregnant women

Christian Hansen

Christian Hansen holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport (USA)

Manuela Gies

Manuela Gies has been in our practice since 1996. She is a medical technical assistant

Ute Wirz

Ute Wirz has been working at the Chiropractic Center Cologne since March 2015.

Constanze Sikora

... graduated from the School of Physiotherapy in Cologne in 2000 with distinction.

Chesica Larson

She completed her chiropractic studies at the Life College of Chiropractic in the USA. She also has a bachelor's degree in psychology