Osteopathy Berlin Mitte

Your new clinic in Government district

Welcome to my osteopathy clinic in Berlin Mitte!

My name is Simone Weigel, I am an osteopath who treats the whole family, from the first day of life to the last. All ages are welcome. 

I combine the concept of classical osteopathy with that of applied kinesiology and tailor the treatment to each individual patient.

After 4 years, I have now ventured into self-employment and look forward to treating you in my own practice.

Indications for a visit

These are just a few examples. The list is of course much longer and the groups overlap.



  • Issues with breastfeeding
  • Swallowing problems
  • colic
  • Persistent reflexes
  • Asymmetries
  • One-sided head rotation
  • Helmet therapy
  • Hip dysplasia


  • Scoliosis
  • Growth pains
  • Digestive problems
  • Delayed development
  • Reflux
  • Headaches
  • Concentration problems


  • Orthodontics
  • Period problems
  • Recurrent urinary tract
  • Infections
  • Scoliosis
  • Pain such as head, back, muscles, etc.


  • Nausea
  • Birth preparation
  • Aftercare
  • Discharge
  • Desire to have children


  • Muscle problems
  • Fascial restrictions
  • Traumas
  • Movement optimization


  • Osteoarthritis
  • Herniated discs
  • Migraine
  • Long Covid
  • Irritable bladder/incontinence
  • TMJ disorders

What my patients say

“As a patient with post-Covid syndrome, I am very grateful to Simone for her empathetic care and support. Her empathic nature and professional approach have helped me to feel comfortable and, above all, understood. Thanks to her treatment, not only my physical complaints have improved, but also my mental health.”

Carina, 31

Frequently asked questions about osteopathy

According to the current legal situation in Germany, only doctors or alternative practitioners are allowed to provide osteopathic treatment, as osteopathy falls under the category of medicine.

The person should be considered as a whole and not just the symptom of their ailment. A holistic diagnosis of the whole body is the key to localizing the cause of the symptoms. In addition, the body's self-healing powers are called upon to remedy the dysfunctions. The psyche, nutrition and reducing stress levels should also always be taken into account.

Osteopathic treatment is not promising for life-threatening emergencies, unhealed fractures or open injuries, infectious diseases and cancer. However, the well-being in a difficult situation can be addressed.

A detailed medical history is taken before treatment begins. The examination includes inspection, assessment of statics and posture, movement tests and local examinations. Abnormalities such as altered muscle tone or restrictions in joints play an important role. The information gathered from the physical examination and medical history forms the findings that form the basis for treatment.

Daily walks in the fresh air, a healthy and balanced diet, full-body stretching programs and light exercise help to relieve tension. A balanced sleep of at least 8 hours is essential for regeneration. Breathing exercises or reading a book before going to sleep can also be beneficial.

The frequency of visits to an osteopath always depends on the individual case. The interval between treatments varies from a few days to several months. For acute complaints, 1 to 2 treatments per week are often sufficient. In the case of long-term complaints, the body is given more time between sessions to process the stimuli of the treatment.

Every osteopath is unique and there are different schools with different specialties. A large pool of techniques is available, the application of which varies from person to person. Mindfulness and an individual approach to each patient are always paramount.

As a rule, free parking spaces are always available in front of our practice or nearby.

The practice rooms are on the mezzanine floor, but there is an elevator to ensure accessibility. There is also a disabled toilet in the front building.

Most health insurance companies contribute to the cost of osteopathy, typically for three to four sessions. Private health insurance companies often cover the full costs. A list of health insurance companies and their subsidy models is available.

Whether a referral is required depends on the health insurance company. Many health insurance companies require a private prescription issued by a doctor, which should be submitted before treatment. Without a prescription, private payment is possible.

Any doctor, including dentists, can issue a referral for osteopathic treatment, which can be submitted to the health insurance company, but it is important that this is issued before the first appointment.

Payments can be made by EC/credit card or PayPal. If there are any payment difficulties, we will find an individual solution.

It is advisable to bring existing medical documents such as laboratory reports, MRI, CT or X-ray images.

If you have to cancel an appointment at short notice, please notify us within 24 hours. We understand emergencies, but early cancellation helps us to offer other patients an appointment.


Osteopathie Berlin Mitte 
Praxis Simone Weigel
Schumannstraße 17
Seitenflügel Hochparterre
10117 Berlin

Anbindung: S+U Friedrichstraße, S+U Hauptbahnhof, U Oranienburger Tor

Telefon: +49 155 6184 6107
Mail: simone@osteoweigel.de

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