Werner Wicker Clinic
- Bad Wildungen, Germany
Werner Wicker Clinic
Bad Wildungen, Germany
About Werner Wicker Clinic
The tradition of Werner Wicker clinic dates back to the German orthopedist, Dr. med. Klaus Zielke, a pioneer in the field of surgical treatment of scoliosis and kyphosis. It was founded in 1978 as a private orthopedic clinic with an emphasis on treatment of spinal diseases. Now, about 4,100 patients from Germany and Europe, as well as from all over the world come here for in-patient treatment every year. The clinic is able to provide an acute and immediate recovery of patients after a recent stroke. There are unlimited possibilities to carry out the further treatment of patients of this clinic in other clinics in the event of development of complications.
For the clinic and its staff, the man and the health of his spine are at the center of their efforts. Both the diseases static load-bearing elements of the spine and spinal cord and shell diseases and injuries are treated by a professional team, which has the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic treatments at its disposal. The clinic offers the patient a full range of surgical and conservative treatments of the spine, from a special therapy against back pain related to posture as a result of the lost body functions to a comprehensive reconstructions of irregular or deformed spine. The aim of the treatment concept is to give the patient a new perspective and re-enable him/her take an active part in social and public life.
Location of hospital
Bad Wildungen is a picturesque city in Germany, located in the so-called Waldex resort area. Thanks to the beautiful nature and clean air, in the city there is a large number of health centers (Gesundheitszentrum in German). One of the most famous is the city clinic Asklepios Bad Wildungen (Asklepios Klinik Bad Wildungen).
During treatment in one of the health centers, the city guests can visit many museums, where they can learn the history of the city and the region. The most attractive museums are the City Museum, Springs Museum, Military and Hunting History in the Baroque castle Friedrichstein (Schloss Friedrichstein).