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Key areas of work

Anthroposphic medicine employs eurythmy therapy as part of the treatment of a wide range of mainly long-term conditions. The CARE themes of anthroposophical medicine form a basic framework. The following list is intended to give a rough overview and does not claim to be complete.
Success – even if “only” In terms of improved quality of life is often recorded for conditions that have proven resistant to conventional treatment.

Should you have concerns, please discuss these with your eurythmy therapist or doctor. The address is available from the professional association of the country.

Association of the country


Pregnancy, birth and early childhood. Living with disability. Especially here:

  • prenatal and postnatal care.
  • Postpartum care (especially in the clinic)
  •  treatment of children with inclusion status (children with disabilities or special needs)


Managing fever and infectious diseases against the background of antimicrobial resistance (respiratory diseases, urinary tract infections). Here in particular:

  • Allergies
  • Chronic and recurrent infectious diseases 


Sleep disorders, common forms of anxiety and depressive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, further:

  • stress/burnout/exhaustion syndromes in treatment and prophylaxis


Oncology. Especially here:

  • Cancer-related fatigue
  • supportive care


  • Palliative medicine, pain management, end of-life care

Further key areas of work

  • Ophthalmology
  • Gynaecology (e.g. cycle disorders, menopausal symptoms)
  • Geriatrics (also: senior fitness (e.g. for fall prevention and age-related depression)
  • all fields of internal medicine (e.g. rheumatology, diabetology, gastroenterology, cardiology, pneumology
  • Prophylaxis and health care (e.g. prevention care for backs, high blood pressure and burnout)
  • Neurology (e.g. migraine, tinnitus, vertigo)
  • Orthopaedics (e.g. spinal problems, posture and movement disorders)
  • Psychiatry (e.g. personality disorders and addictions such as alcohol or substance abuse, eating disorders)
  • Rehabilitation (e.g. after strokes, heart attacks, tumour diseases)
  • Urology
  • Anomalies in position of teeth and orthodontics