The Schön Klinik München Harlaching, Munich, Germany, is a private hospital treating both private patients and patients covered under general health insurance with disorders and/or injuries of the musculoskeletal system.
The orthopaedic hospital is split into sub-divisions specialising in spine, foot and ankle, hand and elbow, shoulder, knee and hip and paediatric orthopaedics. The hospital has specialised out-patient services including the Back Institute for spinal disorders.
The Sport Orthopaedic Institute offers all facets of base-line examinations for athletes, including football players. This also entails the management of injuries and appropriate education for prevention.
Connected healthcare units include radiology, neurology, rheumatology and rehabilitation.
The Schön Klinik has served as a medical centre for the German Olympic base in Bavaria since 2006 and as FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence since 2007.
Close cooperation exists with the Department for Prevention, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine and the Department of Biomechanics in Sports at the Technical University of Munich.
The Schön Klinik collaborates with national and international sport organisations to provide healthcare for athletes and players. Research activities include various sub-specialties and are focussed on spinal disorders and prevention strategies in football. We established a close cooperation with Paracelsus Medical University, including research activities and a post-doctorate study programme.
Prof. Michael Mayer, MD
Director / Head of FMCE
SCHÖN KLINIK München Harlaching, Harlachinger Str. 51, D-81547 München
Dr Christian Schneider, MD
First contact person for FMCE
+49 151 14 55 88 12
SCHÖN KLINIK München Harlaching, Harlachinger Str. 51, D–81547 München
Top publications incl. references
Schneider AS, Mayer HM, Geissler U, Rumpf MC, Schneider C: Verletzungen bei männlichen und weiblichen Jugendfußballern. Sportverl Sportschad 2013, 1, 34-38.
Schneider AS, Schneider C, Rumpf MC, Geissler U, Mayer HM: Knieverletzungen bei männlichen und weiblichen adoleszenten Fußballspielern. Sport Orthop. Traumatol. 2013, 29, 40-44.
Rumpf MC, Cronin JB, Schneider C: Effect of different training methods on sprint times in recreational and athletic males. J Aus Strength Cond. 2014; 22(4):62-73.
Rumpf MC, Schneider AS, Schneider C, Mayer HM: Training profiles and motivation of male and female youth soccer players. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 9 (2014), 1, 207-216.
Stuart M, Schneider C, Steinbach K: Meldonium use by athletes at the Baku 2015 European Games. Br J Sports Med bjsports-2015-095906 Published Online First: 25 March 2016 doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095906
Haag T-B, Fellinger E, Handel M, Beckmann C, Schneider C. Extracorporal shock wave induced mechanical transduction for the treatment of low back pain – a randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Engineering Research & Science 2016, 2(1), 144-49.
Haag T-B, Schneider C, Mayer H M, Handel M, Schneider A S, Rumpf M C. Risk assessment of back pain in youth soccer players. Research in Medicine (in press).
Haag T-B, Villefort, C, Beckmann C, Schneider C, Mayer, H M. Prevalence of back pain in school children according to their activity. Sports Science for Health (Submitted).
Haag T-B, Schneider A S, Beckmann C, Handel M, Schneider C, Mayer H M. A test battery to investigate back pain in female soccer players. Sports Science for Health (Submitted).