Prof. Dr. Thomas Horstmann
Prof. Dr. Horstmann is the Chief Physician of Orthopedics in the Medical Park Hospital Bad Wiessee St. Hubertus and Associate Professor for Conservative and Rehabilitative Orthopaedics at TUM. Until 2008, he was the medical director of sports orthopaedics in the Department of Sports Medicine at the University Hospital Tübingen (UKT). In addition to his training as a specialist in orthopedics, he has additional qualifications in the fields of sports medicine, manual therapy and physical medicine.
The majority of his medical work focuses on treating and caring for injuries and strains for athletes in high performance or elite sports, as well as on patients with osteoarthritis, artificial joints and back problems. He is the founder and director of the Hip- and Knee- training institutes at the universities of Tübingen and Munich which train physiotherapists, instructors and exercise facilitators in cooperation with the Central Association of Physiotherapists, the Württenberg Sports Association and the German Rheumatism League.
Prof. Dr. Horstmann
Eva Putz is physiotherapist (B.Sc.) since 2012 and enlarged her knowledge upon the field of training therapy with her studies in "Scientific Fundamentals in Sports" (B.Sc.) and her apprenticeship in sportphysiotherapy.
04/2016 - 09/2019 and while her studies in "M.SC. Diagnostics and Training" she worked as a scientific assistant for the Associate Professorship of Conservative and Rehabilitative Orthopaedics
Torsten Pohl is working as a scientific assistant for the Associate Professorship of Conservative and Rehabilitative Orthopaedics since 2013. He is jointly responsible for research and is active in teaching. His research focus on the dose-response relationships of sensorimotor training.
Since 2010, he additionally working as a sport therapist in different rehabilitation facilities.