Sports Med­i­cine &



First and fore­most, sports med­i­cine serves to pre­vent ill­ness by pro­vid­ing accom­pa­ny­ing care for ath­letes to help them plan and peri­odize their train­ing and regen­er­a­tion and reach their full poten­tial. In our diag­nos­tics, we take deep sta­bil­i­ty and deep mobil­i­ty into account, as well as rec­og­niz­ing pos­si­ble incor­rect pos­tures that could lead to injuries in the future. Based on our many years of suc­cess­ful col­lab­o­ra­tion with Adi­das and EXOS, we have put togeth­er train­ing plans that we pass on to our patients for pre­ven­tive use. This results in med­ical­ly ambi­tious plan­ning that min­i­mizes the risk of injury.

Acute Injuries

An acute injury occurs sud­den­ly, with­out warn­ing. The most com­mon acute injuries include bruis­es, sprains, dis­lo­ca­tions and bro­ken bones, as well as injuries to mus­cles, ten­dons and lig­a­ments. Through our years of work in res­cue cen­ters, the first point of con­tact for acute care, and the care of our ath­letes in com­pe­ti­tion sit­u­a­tions from the side­lines, we have gained the nec­es­sary exper­tise to be able to treat acute injuries imme­di­ate­ly.

Sports Relat­ed Overuse

These are chron­ic sports injuries caused by overuse of the joints, lig­a­ments and mus­cles, also known as overuse injuries. They are caused by exces­sive train­ing and overex­er­tion and are one of the most com­mon caus­es of sports injuries. These include, for exam­ple, runner’s knee (IT band syn­drome), Gird’s syn­drome (thrower’s shoul­der), jumper’s knee (patel­lar ten­dini­tis), golfer’s elbow or heel spur/plantar fasci­itis.

Wear and Tear Dis­eases

Osteoarthri­tis, osteo­chon­dro­sis & ten­don degen­er­a­tion

Whether through sport, too lit­tle exer­cise or work, the nat­ur­al aging process can lead to chron­ic wear and tear of the joints (knees, hips or fin­gers), spine and ten­dons, often caused by uneven or exces­sive strain. Those affect­ed suf­fer from chron­ic pain. 

For us, the treat­ment of chron­ic wear and tear is about alle­vi­at­ing this pain and main­tain­ing the func­tions of the joint, spine or ten­don. 

Per­for­mance Diag­nos­tics

Anoth­er field of sports med­i­cine is per­for­mance diag­nos­tics. It includes a series of tests and exam­i­na­tions that pro­vide you with infor­ma­tion about your cur­rent state of health, your per­for­mance and your resilience. Whether you are a recre­ation­al or com­pet­i­tive ath­lete, the sports med­ical exam­i­na­tion is avail­able to ath­letes of all ages and is now cov­ered by many health insur­ance com­pa­nies. With the help of per­for­mance diag­nos­tics, you can get to know your body bet­ter and define train­ing ses­sions and regen­er­a­tion phas­es more specif­i­cal­ly.

Pre­ven­tion begins with a train­ing sched­ule and its focussed imple­men­ta­tion.

The Speed Project

Dr. Pouria Taheri accom­pa­nied the adi­das run­ners team from L.A. to Las Vegas and took care of the ath­letes’ sports med­i­cine.


About us

Wel­come to our cut­ting-edge ortho­pe­dic prac­tice, where a team of sports med­i­cine spe­cial­ists, high­ly trained and pas­sion­ate ath­letes them­selves, brings a unique dimen­sion to our holis­tic approach. Beyond treat­ing injuries and chron­ic issues, we spe­cial­ize in both oper­a­tive and con­ser­v­a­tive ther­a­py, uti­liz­ing the newest tech­nolo­gies and cross link­ing approach­es. Our ded­i­cat­ed prac­ti­tion­ers craft indi­vid­ual ther­a­py plans that inte­grate mind­set, nutri­tion, train­ing, and recov­ery. Valu­ing your time, we pri­or­i­tize effi­cien­cy with state-of-the-art sched­ul­ing, striv­ing to make your med­ical expe­ri­ence bet­ter than ever. Your health and per­for­mance, at the core of our pas­sion­ate com­mit­ment, are guid­ed towards a bet­ter qual­i­ty of life, apply­ing the lat­est advance­ments in ortho­pe­dic care.

Con­sul­ta­tion Hours


8–12 am / 3–6 pm


8 am – 12 pm


9–11 am 

* Pri­vate & Self-Pay­ers

Acute Con­sul­ta­tion Hours


8–9 am / 3–4 pm


8 – 9 am


MON – FRI   8 am – 1 pm

Con­sul­ta­tion Hours

MO, DI & DO   8–12 / 15–18 Uhr
MI & FR           8–12 Uhr
SA*                   9–11 Uhr

* Pri­vate Con­sul­ta­tion

Acute Con­sul­ta­tion Hours

MO & DO   8–9 / 15–16 Uhr
FR        &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp  8–12 Uhr


MON – FRI   8 am – 1 pm