“It’s far more important to know
what person the disease has
than what disease the person has.”
Psychosomatic medicine is a specific domain of medical science concerned with interactions between somatic (physical) symptoms and psycho-social context and reflects the fact that physical problem may have roots in psychosocial context.Read more
A psychologist’s main concern is patients’ mental and emotional wellbeing. Through counselling and research-based therapies they help patient understand their emotions and supports them in order to improve their relationships and quality of life.Read more
A psychiatrist is a physician that uses wide range of treatments (incl. medication) to help patients who experience mental health problems. A psychiatrist works within a multidisciplinary team in order to provide complex and tailored treatment.Read more
A therapist conducts multiple sessions to help families deal with important issues that may interfere with the functioning of the family, or with psychosomatic illnesses of one of the family members.Read more
I have a problem
Should you experience any unexplained and/or chronical physical or mental issue, you might be considering Psychosomatic medicine UNIC.
Getting an appointment without waiting
Once patient realizes there might be some medical issues, the need for securing easily accessible fast and accurate treatment emerges. UNIC facility has a large enough capacity to accommodate requests with minimal waiting time.
The primary aim of an initial examination is to understand patient’s problem, to evaluate and to be able to provide patient with an individualized and complex treatment plan.
Individualized treatment plan
There are many different treatment options available and there is no universal plan that suits everyone – Individualized treatment plan will be thoroughly discussed so that expectations are matched.
Through undergoing of an individualized treatment plan patient starts feeling better and with ongoing treatment is consequently able to fully return to the healthy state of body and mind.
What is psychosomatic medicine
Psychosomatic medicine is a specific domain of medical science concerned with interactions between somatic (physical) symptoms and psycho-social context. Psychosomatic medicine reflects the fact that each physical problem may have its roots at least partially in the psychosocial context of our person. There is also a direct connection between the status of our mind and body functions.Read more
Our clients stories
Burnout Syndrome – the path to your inner self!28. 3. 2019Burnout is most commonly associated with a stressful job or an overload of work. This certainly may be a common trigger, but at the same time, let’s not forget about other reasons for burnout: It can also be long-term caring for somebody severely ill, chronic tensions and quarrels inside the family, heavy financial debts, an ongoing crisis in partnership relations and others.Read more
Family Therapy – Myths and facts12. 3. 2019Actual medical research shows that our relationships and our emotions are very closely linked to the physiologic functions of our body, may it be through our hormonal or our immune system. A systemic approach integrates biological and psycho-social aspects of our diseases in order toto reach a complex view on a person´s health problem. This is the core thought of systemic family therapy.Read more
Unexplained abdominal troubles28. 12. 2018Brad, 24 yrs old is suffering a long time from abdominal troubles. He has seen several doctors about this issue, has undergone lab tests, X-rays and endoscopic examination of the stomach and the colon. The results were favourable, nothing substaintially wrong has been found. Different attempts of treatment did not help at all or just for short time. In the end he has been recommended psychosomatic treatmentRead more
MUDr. Ondřej Masner
Head Physician Psychosomatic Medicine
Mgr. Kateřina Šimečková
PhDr. Mabel Virginia Rodriguez Manchola, Ph.D.
MUDr. Martin Černý, Ph.D.
Dr. Eva Nouzová, Ph.D.
Mgr. Lucie Kubová