OA. Dr. med. Mustafa SELIM MSc

OA. Dr. med. Mustafa SELIM MSc

OA Dr. Mustafa Selim
OA Dr. Mustafa Selim
  • Member of the Austrian Medical Association
  • Specialist in Neurology
  • Specialist in psychiatry
  • Specialist in osteopathy, pediatric and female osteopathy and cranio-sacral therapy
  • Specialist in pain medicine

Memberships

  • Member of the Austrian Society for Osteopathy
  • Member of the Austrian Society for Homeopathy (ÖGHM)
  • Member of the Austrian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (ÖGOM)
  • Member of the Austrian Pain Society (ÖSG)
  • Member of the Austrian Medical Association for Manual Medicine (ÖAG MM)
  • Member of the Austrian Society of Mesotherapy (ÖGM)
  • Member of the German Society of Mesotherapy (DGM)
  • Member of the Austrian Medical Association for Homotoxicology (ÖGM)
 Diploma of the Medical Association for Special Pain Therapy 2009
Diploma of the Austrian Medical Association for Special Pain Therapy 2009

Signficant stages of my life

On the 14.02.1956 I was born in Madinat Al-Fayyu, Egypt. There I went to primary and secondary school. When I was 21 years old, I moved to Vienna, went to  german,- and latinclasses and started to study medicin at the medicin university of Vienna.

On may, 10th 1983 I received the doctor’s degree of medicin. One year later I obtained the Austrian citizenship.

I’m proud father of three wonderful sons. Philipp Amir was born on 21.12.1990, Yasin on 18.06.2014 and Jonas on 15.04.2017.

Continuing education after graduation

Dr. Mustafa Selim mit dem STZ-Team
Dr. Mustafa Selim with the  STZ-Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1999 Establishment of the Pain Therapy and Osteopathy Center Döbling (STZ) and since then his medical director.

  • Since 2012 – on unpaid leave of all stations, except OKZ and STZ
  • 2011 – Doctor and trainer in OZK (Centre for Osteopathy for children)
  • Since march 2002 – Head of „clinic for pain“ in the neurological Centre of the „Otto Wagner Spital“
  • Since 1992 – Consultant and attanding doctor in the „Rudolfiner Haus“ clinic
  • Since May, 1992 – medical director of „Ambulatiorium für Neurorehabiliation” in 1015 Wien (Lugner City)
  • Since March, 1992 – senior physician in the neurolgical „Maria-Theresien-Schlössel“ clinic
  • Since January, 1992 – lecturer and member of the examination panel of the school of nursing „Wilhelminenspital“ and the pulmonologic centre
  • January 1992 – Obtaining the medical specialist of neurology and psychiatry
  • Jan. 1990 – Dec. 1990 – specialist training for psychiatry
  • Since march 1987 – Head of several stations in the neurolgical „Maria-Theresien-Schlössel“clinic (supervised by Prim. Dr. Herbert Suchanek-Fröhlich, afterwards by Prim. Prof. Dr. Heinrich Binder)
  • November 1986 – Start of the training for medical specialist of neurology and psychiatry in the neurolgical „Maria-Theresien-Schlössel“clinic
  • May 1985 – Nov. 1986 – medical resident in several departments „Hietzing“clinic
  • Nov. 1984 – April 1985 –  training for medical resident in the neurolgical „Rosenhügel“clinic (supervised by Prof. G. Schnaberth)
  • May 1984 – Oct. 1984 – Doctor at the 2nd medical university hospital (supervised by Prof. G. Geyer)
  • Aug. 1983 – April  1984 – Doctor at the 1st surgical university hospital(supervised by Prof. G. Geyer)
 Certificate of the University Course for Interdisciplinary Pain Medicine 2009
Certificate of the University Course for Interdisciplinary Pain Medicine 2009

Further medical training

  • 2010-2013 – Training for osteopathy for children at the osteopathic centre for children in Vienna
  • 2009 – Master-theses „Ein Modell zur Interpretation der osteopathischen Medizin in der interdisziplinären Schmerztherapie” passed with distinction
  • 2009 – University course „Interdisziplinäre Schmerztherapie” at the medical university Vienna
  • 2004-2009 – Training as osteopath at the Vienna School for osteopathy
  • 2000-2003 – Intensive course for osteopathy on the „international Academy of Osteopathy“ (IAO)
  • 2000-2001 – Training for osteopathic medicin at „Department of osteopathic Medicine”, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (in collaboration with the „  österr. Ärztegesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin und  Chirotherapie)
  • 1999-2000 – Further education and intensive course „spezielle  Schmerztherapie” at the „Akademie für ärztliche Fortbildung der Ärztekammer Westfalen“, Lippe/Deutschland)
  • 1999 – Obtaining of the ÖAK diploma in manual medicin
  • 1998 – Final examination in manual medicin and chirotherapy (theoretical and practical)
  • 1997-1998 – Training for manual medicin and chirotherapy at the „deutsche Gesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin“ (DGMM); Dr. Karl-Sell-Ärzte Seminar , Neutrauchburg/Deutschland
  • 1997 – Obtaining oft he ÖAK diploma in complementary medicin: neural therapy
  • 1995-1996 – postgraduate education in neural therapy
  • 1994-1995 – Training for orthopaedic manuell therapy (OMT Kaltenborn, Evjenth Konzept); Fortbildungszentrum Mainz/DeutschlandSpecialist Diploma in Neurology and Psychiatry

Specialist Diploma in Neurology and Psychiatry

Personalities and tutors who shaped/characterised my way

  • My mother
  • My wife, Ms. Mag. Gihan Selim (geb. Ashour)
  • Prim. Hofrat Dr. med. Herbert Suchanek
    (Neurolog. KH Maria-Theresien-Schlössel der Stadt Wien)
  • Prim. Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Heinrich Binder
    (Neurologisches Zentrum Otto-Wagner-Spital)
  • Prim. Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Gernot Schnaberth
    (Neurolog. KH Rosenhügel)
  • Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Franz Gerstenbrand
    (Universitätklinik für Neurologie, Innsbruck)
  • OA Dr. med. Karl Vass
    (Neurolog. KH Maria-Theresien-Schlössel der Stadt Wien)
  • OA Dr. med. Robert Schigutt
    (Neurolog. KH Maria-Theresien-Schlössel der Stadt Wien)
  • Prim . Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Hans Tilscher
    (österr. Ärztegesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin)
  • Prof. Freddy Kaltenborn
    (orthopädische Manuelle Therapie; Oslo, Norwegen)
  • Prof. Olaf Evjenth
    (orthopädische Manuelle Therapie; Oslo, Norwegen)
  • Prof. Dr. med. Rudolf Lackner
    (österr. Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Manuelle Medizin)
  • Chefarzt Dr. med. Hans Peter Bischoff
    (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin)
  • Doz. Dr. med. Otto Bergsmann (österr. Medizinische Gesellschaft für Neuraltherapie – Regulationsforschung)
  • Prim. Univ. Prof. dr. med. Burhard Gustorff (ISMED – Medizinische Universität Wien; Universitätslehrgang „Interdisziplinäre Schmerzmedizin)
  • Bernard Ligher, D.O.
    (Direktor und Mitbegründer der Wiener Schule für Osteopathie)
  • Raphael Van Assche, MSc, D.O.
    (Direktor und Mitbegründer der Wiener Schule für Osteopathie)
  • Alle Lehrer und Dozenten der Wiener Schule für Osteopathie
  • Dr. med. Christian Wutzl, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Dr. med. Beatrix Urbanek, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Dr. Gudrun Wager, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Angelika Mückler, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Dr. Gerhard Riegler, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Ulrike Hämmerle, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Edith Burjan-Lang, D.O.
    (Osteopathisches Zentrum für Kinder Wien)
  • Prof. Dr. Peter Adler-Michaelson, D.O.
    (Philadelphia College of osteopathic Medicine)
  • Torsten Liem, D.O. (Osteopathie-Schule Deutschland/Hamburg)
  • My friend and companion Gerhard Falmbigl (im SchmerzTherapie-und Osteopathie-Zentrum Döbling)