How can you register your child for diagnostics?

A diagnosis takes a lot of time and needs to be carefully planned. In order to be able to make a first picture of you/your child, we ask you to complete this questionnaire in advance and to send it to us by post or by e-mail. After we have received and processed this questionnaire, we will contact you personally to discuss everything else. "How can you register yourself/your child for diagnostics?" More

Cost question – What does your health insurance company do?

We work on a private medical basis and therefore charge for our services according to the GOÄ (Gebührenordnung für Ärzte) as is generally customary. You receive a private invoice from us and submit it to your private health insurance company. "Cost question - what does your health insurance cover?" More

Attention Deficit syndrome ADS/ADHD in all age groups

The careful diagnosis and therapy of children and adolescents with ADD/ADHD has been one of our main areas of expertise for many years, with which we have become well known. We refer to the variety of Publication as a result of our medical work on this topic. "Attention Deficit Disorder ADD/ADHD in all age groups". More

Determination of school maturity and aptitude diagnostics

You will be reminded of this topic at the latest when a letter from the responsible primary school or the health office flutters into your house and your child is invited to the school examination. "Determination of school readiness and giftedness diagnostics". More

Read-spelling disorder (LRS), dyslexia

Markus is now in the fourth grade and would be happy if he could finally do magic and didn't have to write dictations all the time. Despite many tutoring sessions and repeated copying of the incorrect words in the dictation, his grade in German is not getting any better. He can write great essays. Unfortunately, these are also only graded with a weak "4" because of the spelling mistakes. It's a runaway. "Reading and spelling disorder (LRS), dyslexia" More

High talent

Highly gifted is the term used to describe people whose test result in a standardised intelligence test is at least two standard deviations above the mean of the control group of the same age - i.e. as a rule, in an arbitrary sample of an age structure in the same cultural environment, it is the last "2 percent"i.e. 98% of those tested in the same sample achieve a lower score. "High giftedness" More

Concentration and school performance problems

The topics "school - learning - ability to concentrate" are an integral part of a paediatrician's practice. Is the reason for frequent headaches, stomach aches and behavioural problems a functional disorder of the brain, education or school requirements? We try to clarify such and similar questions by means of a neurological examination, developmental examinations and neuropsychological testing, as well as in joint discussions with parents and children. "Concentration and school performance problems" More

ADD/ADHD and comorbidities – the iceberg phenomenon

Often it is other illnesses or disorders that appear first and make the actual ADD/ADHD symptoms disappear below the surface of the water like an iceberg. You can find out here which ones often occur in this context and cause this iceberg to grow. "ADD/ADHD and co-morbidities - the iceberg phenomenon". More