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Private Group Practice
Prof. Dr. med. Peter Wehling
Dr. med. Jens Hartmann
Stadttor 1 • 40219 Düsseldorf
Tel.: + 49(0)211 - 60 255-0
Fax: + 49(0)211 - 60 255-25
praxis@wehling-hartmann.de

Please note:
The entrance to the Wehling-Hartmann
practice is on the ground floor of the Stadttor building, on the right!

By appointment only. Please call:
Tel.: + 49(0)211 - 60 255-0

Scientific publications

Clinical responses to gene therapy in joints of two subjects with rheumatoid arthritis ...click here

Autologous conditioned serum in the treatment of orthopedic diseases: the orthokine therapy ...click here

Treatment of muscle injuries by local administration of autologous conditioned serum: a pilot study on sportsmen with muscle strains ...click here

Treatment of muscle injuries by local administration of autologous conditioned serum: animal experiments using a muscle contusion model ... click here

The production of anti-inflammatory cytokines in whole blood by physico-chemical induction ... click here

Clinical trials in the gene therapy of arthritis ... click here

Current status of gene therapy for rheumatoid arthritis ... click here

Spontaneous secretion of interleukin 1 receptor antagonist (IL-1ra) by cells isolated from herniated lumbar discal tissue after discectomy ... click here

[In vitro transfer of genes in spinal tissue] ... click here

[Acupuncture together with cytokine depressing herbs in comparison to injection therapy with steroids in sciatic pain] ... click here

Transfer of genes to chondrocytic cells of the lumbar spine. Proposal for a treatment strategy of spinal disorders by local gene therapy ... click here

Neurophysiologic changes in lumbar nerve root inflammation in the rat after treatment with cytokine inhibitors. Evidence for a role of interleukin-1 ... click here

[Role of transcranial magnetic stimulation in the diagnosis of cervical root compression and cervical myelopathy] ... click here

Magnetic stimulation as a diagnostic tool in cervical nerve root compression and compression-induced neuropathy ... click here

[Perspectives in gene therapy in rheumatic and degenerative diseases of the spine and joints] ... click here

[The effect of cytokines on regeneration results of compressed nerve roots and transsected peripheral nerves] ... click here

The influence of bacterial collagenase on regeneration of severed rat sciatic nerves ... click here

[Synovial cytokines facilitate the development of spontaneous nerve root activity following compression] ... click here

[The artist as a pain patient. An investigation on pain in the musculoskeletal system in musicians and their expectations regarding pain therapy.] ... click here

[Models of pain development in radicular compression.] ... click here

[The interaction between synovial cytokines and peripheral nerve function: a potential element in the development of radicular syndrome] ... click here

[Orthopedic patients with chronic pain. An epidemiologic study.] ... click here

Electrophysiological investigations in adoptively transferred experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis in the Lewis rat ... click here

[Pain and the spine. A review. 1. On the pathophysiology of radicular pain syndromes. Current concepts explaining pain in nerve entrapment syndromes] ... click here

The influence on spinal cord evoked potentials of chymopapain applied to the rat lumbar spine canal ... click here