Dr. med.  Thomas Gläser | Facharzt für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie

Cordially welcome to he medical office of

Dr. med. Thomas Gläser

Specialist physician for Orthopaedics and Traumatology

We want

  • to improve your medical care steadily and be pleased with your suggestions
  • you to feel fine in a friendly and pleasant atmosphere
  • to avoid for you long waiting periods by arranging your appointment the best possible

We offer you

Professionalism in diagnostics and therapy on a high level by constant advanced training and continuing further education

Important information

Our medical office is open from monday till friday and available for you by phone  monday till friday from  8 a.m tlll 5 p.m.

To the fixed appointment we ask you to bring along with you all available documents like medical reports and findings (X-ray, MRI, laboratory, list of medicines etc.). You should be here approximately 15 minutes before our fixed appointment, so that you can register calmly and we are able to carry out preliminary tests like mesurement of blood pressure, weight and size.

Thank you very much in advance

Current topics

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Tennis- and golfer’s elbow

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