Dr. med. Robert J. Dunckelmann

Specialist for:
Pediatric Pneumology
Asthma training
Pediatric Intensive Care

Unsere Leistungen:

General Pediatric Care
  • Baby and child Physical Examinations U2-U11 (+)

    U1: bei Geburt
    U2: 3. bis 10. Lebenstag
    U3: 4. bis 5. Lebenswoche
    U4: 3. bis 4. Lebensmonat
    U5: 6. bis 7. Lebensmonat
    U6: 10. - 12. Lebensmonat
    U7: 21. bis 24. Lebensmonat
    U7a: 34. bis 36. Lebensmonat
    U8: 46. bis 48. Lebensmonat
    U9: 60. bis 64. Lebensmonat
    U10: 7 bis 8 Jahre
    U11: 9 - 10 Jahre

  • Adolescent Physical Examinations J1( Age 12-14) and J2( Age 16-17)
  • Vaccinations / consultations (including parents!)
  • Laboratory diagnostics
  • Strep A swab, CRP (infection parameter), QBC (capillary blood count) directly in our office
  • Sonographic examinations
  • Developmental diagnostic & evaluation
  • Eye test, audiometry, speech test
  • ECG (electro cardiogram)
  • Tympanometry
  • Nutritional advice (in cooperation with Food-Concept)
  • Sport-check-ups
  • Reisemedizinische Beratung und Impfungen
  • Travel medicine (consultation & vaccination)

    Please bring your insurance card, your well booklet and your vaccination record with you! A blanket or a towel for your baby would be nice….

  • Treatment of allergic diseases such as hay fever, asthma, atopic eczema, food allergies, insect venom allergies and hives (nettle rash)
  • Allergy testing on the Skin (PRICK) or the blood (RAST-Test)
  • Nasal Provocation Testing (NPT)
  • Conjunctival provocation Testing
  • Hyposensibilisation (= Specific Immuno Therapy)
  • Food allergies / nutritional advice (in Cooperation with Food-Concept)
  • Intensive allergological counselling

>> You can download your allergy questionnaire here!
Please bring previous results (allergy tests, letters, lab results etc.) with you.

Pediatric Pneumology
  • Pulmonary test with body plethysmography and spirometry suitable for children.
  • Pulmonary function test during exercise - suitable for children.
  • Measurement of nitric oxide (NO) concentration in the exhaled air as a marker of an inflammation of the bronchi.
  • Oxygen saturation via pulsoxymetry
  • Inhalation training
  • Asthma training (see below)
  • Treatment of pneumonias, cystic fibrosis and other respiratory diseases.
  • Medical care of ill, premature and newborn infants
  • RSV Immunisation
  • Developmental evaluation
  • Regulation therapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Nutritional therapy
  • Exercise therapy
  • Phytotherapy