MD Sergio Veneziani

Specialist in surgery, orthopaedics and traumatology;

PhD in physiological science

MD Sergio Veneziani

Specialist in surgery, orthopaedics and traumatology; PhD in physiological science

I treat the cause, not the symptoms!

MD Sergio Veneziani


MD and specialisation in orthopaedics and traumatology, a doctorate in applied kinesiology, neural therapy and physiology, several years’ work in various public and private institutions, 10 years’ experience as team doctor for the Foppa-Pedretti/Bergamo volleyball team, author of various research articles published in international journals. Collaboration with the ADLER Balance Resort in Ortisei/St.Ulrich.

My approach

Patients who visit an orthopaedist usually suffer from pain or restrictions in motor functions – often both. The classical orthopaedic approach tries to cure these annoying symptoms, usually by means of suppressive measures such as drugs, physical therapies or surgical procedures. However, symptoms can also be regarded as dysfunctions in the body-mind system, the causes of which often lie outside the limited scope of the movement apparatus. Combining orthopaedics with complementary medicine, including disciplines such as applied kinesiology and neural therapy, as well as functional and instrumental tests, enables us to achieve a holistic perspective and develop a personalised therapeutic strategy to get to the root of the problem.  

My fields of specialism

My fields of specialism include applied kinesiology, neural therapy, metabolic studies related to pain and joint pain. From a therapeutic perspective, my goal is to restore and maintain balance in all important body functions and to increase the quality of life by resolving the pain and restoring mobility, thus guaranteeing restful sleep and improving performance.

Why choose the ADLER MED method

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” This is the definition of health given by the World Health Organisation (WHO) – and we concur. We shift the focus back onto people and their health. To do so, we rely on a holistic approach that includes complementary medicine, innovative diagnostics and therapeutic techniques, personalised care and a wide range of medical services.