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dr. alvaro gonzalez ross


Starting the Powerspine
Concept with a personal conversation to a spinal specialist about your specific afflictions.

Power Spine Lumbar


Standard training sets include 18 sessions on the machines. Each session lasts 150 seconds, 2-3 times a week. To preserve the training results, only one session each month is required.


Personal Training

Every training session is guided by qualified personnel to ensure an effective and safe training.

Power Spine Lumbar

Powerspine Back

Training of the deep back muscles in the area of ​​the lumbar spine

In order to efficiently train the deep-seated autochthonous back muscles, computer-controlled and technically complex therapy machines are necessary. The so-called ILE (Intensive Lumbar Extension) consists of approx. 2500 individual components and weighs 1130 kg.

Due to special ergonomics and certain biomechanical features, the back extensor muscles of the lumbar spine can be strengthened in a targeted, isolated and joint- and intervertebral disc-friendly manner. The isolated training of these muscles is carried out under the condition that the involvement of the buttocks and leg muscles in this movement is prevented.

The ILE stresses the muscle groups of the entire lumbar spine and the lower parts of the thoracic spine.


Muscle function test

The muscle function test takes place at the beginning as well as during the last training session. Each strength level is compared to individuals without spinal disorders.

Power Spine Cervical

Powerspine Neck

Training of the deep back muscles in the area of ​​the cervical spine

The so-called ICE (Intensive Cervical Extension) consists of approx. 2500 individual components and weighs 730 kg.

Special fixation elements prevent involvement of surrounding muscles. This enables a very targeted and isolated training of the cervical spine muscles that can be individually adapted to the patient by numerous parameters.

The ICE works the muscles of the entire cervical spine and the upper parts of the thoracic spine.

With regard to a sustainable solution to your complaints, avoiding operations is our priority, whereby we always strive for the best possible treatment method on the basis of the latest scientific findings.

The following therapeutic approaches are offered:

conservative therapeutic measures (e.g. medical training therapy)
Stabilizing surgical techniques (e.g. spondylodesis, scoliosis surgery, disc replacement prostheses).
open surgical techniques (microsurgical and standard).
minimally invasive techniques (e.g. TES – Transforaminal endoscopic surgery, cryotherapy, etc.)
optimal treatment regimen after surgery

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