Legal information according to § 5 TMG and
responsible for the content as per § 55 Par. 2 RStV:
|Name:||Alexander Schoenhoff||Michaela Schoenhoff|
Salinstraße 11a, 7. OG
Salinstraße 11a, 7. OG
|Telephone:||+49 (0)8031 / 2068 272||+49 (0)8031 / 2068 266|
|Practice general and fax:||+49 (0)8031 / 2068 270||+49 (0)8031 / 2068 270|
|Member of association:||VUH — Verband unabhängiger Heilpraktiker e.V. Nr.: 6585||VUH — Verband unabhängiger Heilpraktiker e.V. Nr.: 6517|
|Official approval according to § 1 HPG by Health Department in:||Health Department Salzgitter||Health Department Salzgitter|
|Practice registration with Health Department Rosenheim:||2010||2013|
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[su_note note_color=„#990000” text_color=”#fff”]The practitioners working under the trademark „HEILPRAXIS SCHOENHOFF”, right now Michaela Schoenhoff and Alexander Schoenhoff, provide their services independently from each other on a free, autonomous basis.
The name refers purely to the spatially combined practice community with this name.
It does NOT represent a single practice or a legal partnership.
Accounting and legal conclusions of contract are always made between the patient and the treating person, here either HP Michaela Schoenhoff or HP Alexander Schoenhoff.[/su_note][su_divider text=„to top”]
[su_note note_color=„#990000” text_color=”#fff”]None of the information available here, including the health-oriented ones, replaces in any way a consultation with your doctor or alternative practitioner — neither in case of your own or any others persons illness nor in any other context.[/su_note][su_divider text=„to top”]
Heilpraktikergesetz — Law regarding the professional practicing of medicine without appointment/approbation (Heilpraktikergesetz) dated 17.02.1939 (RGBL. I S. 251), changed by art. 53 of EGStGB dated 02.03.1974 (BGB1. I S.469): bundesrecht.juris.de/heilprg/index.html
Federal Health Department, Prinzregentenstr. 19, 83022 Rosenheim www.landkreis-rosenheim.de/frame2.htm (Siehe Gesundheitsamt)
Insurance number: 144919324
Die Continentale, Ruhrallee 92, 44139 Dortmund
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Note regarding alternative and/or complementary treatments and therapies
At this point it shall be formally expressed, that naturopaths / health practitioners also recommend or apply therapies and treatment methods which are not scientifically acknowledged.
It corresponds to the thinking of this profession to occasionally have a different opinion and approach regarding certain health conditions and their treatment than a formal medic might have.
That understanding doesen’t make the alternative or complementary way always the better one. And it also doesn’t support the dogma of formal medicine being always the only option. For the sake of a patient the best of both worlds should always be taken into consideration. Both professions have the same goal, the wellbeing of the patient.
In our practices we are well aware of the scientific differences and we are also very well aware of our limits. Therefore we keep close relations with (preferably the patients own) medical doctors and other medical specialists.
The seemingly obvious contradiciton between the methods of scientific medicine and complementary medicine is shown the moment, when complementary methods tend to refuse the firm and strict scientific lab conditions that should prove their validity, no matter how successful these methods may be with certain patients.
But even such well-known procedures as kinesiology, homeopathy and acupuncture, which are successfully used in countless medical practices, are repeatedly refuted by appropriate scientific studies — and vice versa!
In our practices, in addition to the necessary medical procedures, only those alternative methods are applied that are familiar to the respectively trained therapist and which can be regarded as helpful and conducive to the patient.
In addition to common sense and respect for the individual person, this is also required by the relevant professional regulations and laws for the protection of public health.[su_divider text=„to top”]
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