Arndt Weitendorff, MSc D.O. (A), D.O.® M.R.O.®
Born in 1973, Arndt Weitendorff successfully completed a study of physiotherapy at the Lubinus school in Kiel, where his anatomy teacher was Prof. Dr. Dr. Michael Schünke (author of Prometheus). In 2004 he started his own practice for remedial gymnastics. From 2002 to 2007 he studied osteopathy at the Academy in Damp under Dr. med. Hinlelthein, and after completion of his osteopathic training he became a lecturer at the same school. He also participated in the training of midwives in Celle. Since 2009 he has been a founder member and lecturer at the Academy for Osteopathy and Natural Medicine (AON) in Kiel, which he still runs together with Dr. med. Hinkelthein. During this time he completed a two-year Master of Science study at the Vienna School (WSO) and graduated with an M.Sc. degree at the University of Krems (Austria). At the Academy for Osteopathy (AfO) he wrote a scientific thesis on knee pain and osteopathy, the results of which he presented at the Osteopathic Congress of the VOD e.V. in 2018.
Since 2007 he has been living in Arta and working in his own osteopathic practice in Arta in Mallorca.
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- Structural complaints such as blockages which restrict the natural freedom of movement
- Spinal disc problems
- Joint problems
- – Acute and chronic pain syndrome of the spine
- Sports injuries
- Whiplash injuries
- Shoulder and neck tension/pain
- Joint, muscle and tendon complaints
- Digestive disorders
- Organ prolapse
- Functional cardiovascular deseasesen
- Breathing difficulties
- Functional pain syndrome of the chest and abdomen (NOT in the case of tumours and ulcers)
- Tingling (paresthesia)
- Other unpleasant sensations
- Hands ‘going to sleep’
- Sciatica problems
- Menstrual complaints
- Pregnancy problems
- Unfulfilled wish for children
- Prolapse problems
- Incontinence problems
Ear/nose/throat medicine (otorhinolaryngology)
- Noises in the ears (tinnitus)
- Chronic inflammation of the frontal and nasal sinuses
- Pelvic tilting
- Wryneck (torticollis) symptoms
- Cranial and facial asymmetries
- Screaming children
- 3-months colic
- Development delays
- Learning and concentration disorders
- Digestive problems
- Accompanying treatment with orthodontic problems such as ‘false bite’
- ‘Kiss’ syndrome
- Incontinence problems
I will always try to make short-term appointments. For pain patients, same-day appointments are possible. Please use the contact form below or send me a WhatsApp to +34-650-447844
Since 2012 many statutory health insurance companies have been covering a proportion of the costs of osteopathic treatment. Please contact your health insurance company for information on the type and extent of the reimbursement you can expect.
As a privately insured patient you will be invoiced according to the German homeopathic practitioner rates.
Osteopathic treatment is intended to find the cause of a pain or illness, and the osteopath follows a chain of cause-and-effect. This means that the cause of the pain can originate in a completely different part of the body from where it is felt. He examines the muscles, ligaments, joints & spine areas, cranio-spinal cord and marrow, (craniosacral therapy) and the visceral system (internal organs). This holistic approach is important for a causal treatment.
In principle, osteopathy and its concept is aimed at all people of all ages, so I also treat babies, children and pregnant women.
My aim is to find the cause of the symptom, to treat it and thus to stimulate self-regulation and self-healing.
So-called ‘osteopathy’ was developed by the American physician Dr. A.T. Still (1828 – 1917) as a diagnostic and therapy concept. In patients he examined (Greek: ‘pathos’ = illness, suffering) he constantly found restrictions of movement in the skeletal system (Greek: ‘osteos’ = bones, skeleton, locomotor system) and so he called his treatment ‘osteopathy’.
Osteopathy is a medical system which uses manual techniques to diagnose the causes of illnesses, while simultaneously taking into account the patient as a whole. Its aim is to restore the integrity and order of the entire organism and its self-healing capabilities, and in the process detect and correct the malfunction of joints and tissue mobility in the body.
From an osteopahic point of view, good health is achieved when the different structures of the body are in optimal condition and work harmoniously together on all levels and are, therefore, in a state of homeostasis – the self-regulation of an organism.