Our team of physicians, trained to focus on women’s needs
The detection of gender-specific needs and new medical concepts based on these contribute to the preservation or restoration of a woman’s health and better quality of life. In cooperation with the Medical University of Vienna, the latest findings of gender medicine are linked holistically with proven complementary medicine methods. la pura uses this wide range of methods with an exclusive focus on women’s health and preventative care.
Health. Exclusively for women
The la pura concept was substantially developed on the basis of female-specific findings from gender medicine with internationally recognised specialists and is based on the offer of medical diagnostics, consultation and treatment specifically for women. Both University medicine and proven naturopathy methods are used according to individual needs.
The team of physicians is supported by a highly professional and comprehensively trained team of therapists who look after a woman’s well-being.
Since well-being is also closely connected to one’s outward appearance, at la pura we also offer an opportunity to unfold a woman’s individual beauty.
Special types of exercise are especially beneficial for the female body. It is particularly important to find a kind of exercise that is most beneficial to one’s own health and well-being and that is also fun to do.
La pura also places great value on correct and healthy nutrition that is specially adapted to the female organism.
Scientific consultant of the la pura women’s health resort
Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Alexandra Kautzky-Willer, recognised medical specialist and professor for gender medicine at the Medical University of Vienna, developed the la pura med concept on the basis of the University’s gender medicine findings especially for women. She is one of the first Austrian professors who specifically deals with women’s needs in the context of gender medicine.
Determining one’s needs for a better quality of life
The determination of gender-specific needs and new medical concepts based on these contribute to the preservation or restoration of a woman’s health and better quality of life. In cooperation with the Medical University of Vienna, the latest findings of gender medicine are linked holistically with proven complementary medicine methods. At la pura, this broad range of methods is implemented with an exclusive focus on women’s health and preventative care.
Individual consultation by our team of physicians
Right at the beginning, one of our physicians will set aside plenty of time for an individual conversation, because every woman is different. The woman’s biography is discussed in detail, risk scores and specific biomarkers are analysed, women-specific “problem values” such as vitamin D and the iron metabolism are determined, and a glucose tolerance test may be carried out, because even if a woman is (pre-)diabetic, her sober sugar values can frequently still indicate normal values. If a woman wants to deal with the stress in her life, an individual stress profile using a heart-rate variability measurement makes a lot of sense.
Hotel Manager and Hostess
It’s important to us that you feel well at la pura. Melanie Scheffenacker is your hostess and is available for all your wishes or concerns. Please feel free to contact her.
Senior Physician Dr. med. univ. Karin Stengg D.O.
Director of Medicine and Therapy at la pura
Medical Director, specialist for trauma surgery, orthopaedics, spinal column specialist, doctor of medical osteopathy, healthy aging expert
Dr. Stengg has undertaken additional training in the areas of manual medicine, aesthetic medicine as well as acupuncture.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. univ. Alexandra Kautzky-Willer
Medical specialist for internal medicine, endocrinology, metabolism and geriatrics
Scientifically responsible physician of the la pura med concept
Professor for Gender-Specific Medicine at the Medical University of Vienna
Dr. med. univ. Manfred Zauner, MSc
Physician for general medicine, deputy medical director of the la pura health resort kamptal and the la pura outpatient department for physical medicine and rehabilitation
Dr. Zauner has undertaken additional training in the areas of acupuncture, manual medicine, hospital hygiene, myoreflex therapy, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) as well as therapy and diagnosis according to Dr. F.X. Mayr.
Dr. med. univ. Alex Witasek
Physician for general medicine
President of the International Society of Mayr Physicians
Expert for nutrition, orthomolecular medicine and myoreflex therapy
Dr. Witasek has undertaken additional training in the areas of manual medicine and diagnosis and therapy according to Dr. F.X. Mayr.
Dr. Isabella Schwarzmaier
Dr. Schwarzmaier has additional training in the areas of osteopathy, emergency medicine and homeopathy.
About VAMED AG
Founded in 1982, VAMED has become the leading global provider of a full line of services for hospitals and other health care facilities. The group has implemented about 850 projects in more than 80 countries on five continents. VAMED’s portfolio ranges from project development, planning and turnkey equipment via maintenance, technical, commercial and infrastructure services to the total operational management of health care facilities. With its portfolio of services, VAMED covers the entire range of health care, from health tourism and preventive medicine via medical care and nursing to aftercare and rehabilitation. VAMED is Austria’s leading private provider of rehabilitation services and, through VAMED Vitality World, the company is also Austria’s largest operator of thermal spas and health resorts. In the year 2017, the VAMED group was responsible for more than 18,000 staff worldwide, generating a volume of business of € 1.7 bn.
Institute for Gender Medicine
VAMED feels obligated to live up to these responsibilities. As the first company in the world, it opened a health resort just for women in 2011: the la pura women’s health resort in Gars am Kamp. Now VAMED has expanded its scope and founded the first Institute for Gender Medicine in Austria in Gars am Kamp, in cooperation with the Medical University of Vienna.