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  • 22.09.2021


    Andi Wild is now joining the massage team at Tödistrasse on Mondays and Wednesdays.

  • 18.06.2021

    Post-Covid/Long-Covid Syndrom

    Many people affected by coronavirus infections - young people as well as adults - feel tired for a long time - sometimes weeks and months - and are no longer as physically or intellectually capable as they were before the infection.

  • 26.04.2021


    We are pleased to welcome Dr. med. Matthias Schenkel into our team. Matthias will join our team at SportClinic Zurich Hirslanden.

  • 19.02.2021

    CureScience Institute

    Prof. Dr. med. Stephan Ulmer was appointed to the CureScience™ Institute Advisory Board.

  • 28.01.2021

    Radiology (PDF 130 kb)

    The radiology institute of the SportClinic will be integrated into the RIMED Group, one of the largest private Swiss providers of medical radiology services.

  • 09.12.2020

    Interview | Dr. Steinwachs

    On DiagnosticDetectives.com world’s top medical experts share their wisdom, knowledge, and compassion in video conversations on medical and public health topics.
    Dr. Matthias Steinwachs has been interviewed by Anton Titov.

  • 24.06.2020


    This book by Stephan Ulmer and Olav Jansen provides a state of the art overview of fMRI and its use in clinical practice.

  • 12.07.2019


    We are pleased to welcome Dr. med. Marcus Mumme from the University of Basel into our team. Dr. Mumme will be contributing his expertise in state-of-the-art orthobiological joint-preserving surgery and meniscus replacement techniques in our sports surgery department.

  • 16.04.2019

    Game, set, health

    The tennis pros on the WTA tour did not have any reason to worry about their health while in Switzerland. Dr. Mirela Borovac has been the Chief Medical Officer at all WTA tours in Switzerland for years.

  • 17.01.2019

    Cartilage lesions study

    CARGEL a chitosan-based polymer scaffolding biomaterial, has been used since 2012 for treating articular cartilage lesions. The study aimed to describe short-term clinical and radiographic outcomes.

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