In this beyond training webcast episode, we meet Oliver Schmidtlein, osphysio, a Munich-based physiotherapist who is on a mission to help athletes improve their performance and recovery. He has worked with professional soccer and the German national team and set up his own office in the eastern part of Munich to provide therapy and training for athletes.
Oliver Schmidtlein osphysio
The second episode of the Beyond Training webcast series presents osphysio expert Oliver Schmidtlein. Oliver Schmidtlein has been involved with football for many years, working for FC Bayern Munich, TSV 1860 Munich, and the German national team. His career is the modern-day dream of every physiotherapist. But what makes him so interesting is that he is a trailblazer, despite his sometimes misunderstood background. He will share his knowledge of rehabilitation and sports science and provide support and advice to the B42.
Dietmar Brehm and Leo Schatzl – Farrago
Farrago is the fourth album by Dietmar Brehm and Leo Schatzl. The duo’s first album was released in 1983 and is now considered one of their best-selling albums. Other noteworthy works include “Krieg etc., 1983,” and “Max./Extra max. 1986.” They also produced several television shows, including “A. Kluge – Heimatfrontdiktator” and “Johanna geht…”
Reihe 8 contains 225 minutes of content and covers topics such as multitasking, ethik in the EEG, attention storage, and social warmth. There is also a bonus film, “Ein halbes Gehirn,” and a 240-minute version of the first two. For more detailed explanations, check out these three DVDs.
Various events in the past
Oliver Schmidtlein is the physiotherapist behind the OSPHYSIO medical office in Munich. He has worked with professional sports teams, including TSV 1860 Munich and FC Bayern Munich. He also worked as a rehab coach for the German national team from 2004 to 2008. Oliver set up the office in the east of Munich, where he combines sports therapy with training. The series follows Oliver’s journey from humble beginnings to success and from misunderstood to respected trailblazer.
Oliver Schmidtlein’s medical office combines therapy and training.
In Munich, Oliver Schmidtlein’s medical office is an example of the fusion of training and therapy. In addition to training players in sports medicine, he has worked as a rehab coach for TSV 1860 Munich. He also worked as a rehabilitation coach for the German national team from 2004 to 2008. In 2011, Schmidtlein set up his medical practice and merged training and therapy.