My name is Katja Schumann. I studied science of sports (Diplom) at the universities of Paderborn and Bielefeld. My special subject has been the rehabilitation.
Further education I made in medical trainingtherapy, back coaching and scoliosis therapy acc. Katharina Schroth.
After nearly 5 years working as a therapist in the Katharina-Schroth-Klinik, Bad Sobernheim I left the clinic to build up my on practice.
In april 2015 I passed the naturopath examination.Vita
26.06.1977 born in Paderborn, Germany
10/1997 until 03/2004 study of sports science (main focus on therapy)
01/2003 until 09/2007 therapist in the Asklepios Katharina Schroth Klinik, Bad Sobernheim
2006 further education in medical training therapy
2007 further education back coaching
01/2008 until 09/2010 teaching activity at the physiotherapeutic school Bad Driburg
04/2008 participation in the 1. scoliosis work shop Bad Salzungen
04/2008 participation in the 11. scoliosis work shop Bad Sobernheim
04/2010 participation in the 1. scoliosis work shop Gensingen
04/2011 participation in the 2. scoliosis work shop Gensingen
04/2008 presenation of my study analysis of different postures and their influence on the parameters of the 3D spine measurement" on the 5th international Conference on Conservative Management of Spinal Deformities by Axel Hennes, head of therapy of the Asklepios Katharina Schroth clinic
06/2008 speech on the 3. scoliosis-surgery-forum
04/2010 speech on the 12. scoliosis work shop Bad Sobernheim
04/2011 speech on the 13. scoliosis work shop Bad Sobernheim
11/2011 speech on the 10. anniversary of the scoliosis forum germany
study: chronic heart disease: Comparison of endurance and interval training by the same mechanic work (diploma thesis 2003-2004)
study: analysis of different postures and their influence on the parameters of the 3D spine measurement (2004 - 2005)
study: evaluation of homework program in the case of patients of the Asklepios Katharina Schroth clinic (2006)
project: evaluation of the "Juniorgruppe" with the elaboration of a concept to support the motoric capacities of kids between 5 and 12 years (2006)
study: verification of the MediMouse in case of scoliosis (2007)