According to § 6 TDG, § 10 MDStV:


Dr. med. Christian Braunger
Specialist in General Medicine, Naturopathy
Sophienstraße 40
70178 Stuttgart
Tel .: 0711/674 11 674
Fax: 0711/674 11 677

Supervisory authority:

Physicians’ association Baden-Wuerttemberg
Albstadtweg 11
70567 Stuttgart

Responsible chamber:

Medical Association of Baden-Wuerttemberg
Jahnstrasse 38a
70597 Stuttgart

Job Title:

The Occupation doctor was awarded in Germany. The license to practice medicine and recognition as a specialist in general medicine was granted in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Dr. med. Christian Braunger is entitled by additional qualification to carry the title of doctor of naturopathy.

Advertising and sponsorship:

This practice website is used exclusively for patient information and not advertising. It is independent and free of advertising and was self-financed by the provider, there is no sponsor.


The content of this website has been carefully compiled, where care has been taken to provide accurate and current information available. However, it is possible that errors may occur. Furthermore, we point out that the information of a general nature and not tailored to any specific needs in individual cases. There is no guarantee neither for topicality, correctness or completeness of the information. The same also applies to information on linked sites.

By decision of 12 May 1998 – 312 O 85/98 – the regional court (LG) of Hamburg ruled that the creator of a link has to answer for the contents of the linked site. This – according to the court – only be prevented by explicitly distancing oneself from these contents. Therefore, we distance ourselves from the contents of all links on this server. This statement applies to all links and link collections that exist or will exist in the future.


Content, structure and design of this site is subject to our intellectual property rights, in individual cases also third party rights. All information published on this website are copyrighted. Any use, duplication or disclosure of the contents require the express written approval.

Privacy Policy:

We take seriously the protection of your personal data, even on the occasion of your visit to our website. Your data will be protected, as required by the law, particularly the new Telemedia Act. Below is information on what data is recorded during your visit to our website and how it is used:

1. Stored Data

is inevitable that such data are stored in the server statistics automatically, that your browser sends us. These are browser type and version, operating system used, the referrer URL (previously visited), host name of accessing computer (IP address) and the time of request. This storage is used only for internal and statistical purposes. Further personal data will only be collected if you as part of an inquiry and registration this information voluntarily,. The data presented above are attributable to us in general to specific individuals, a combination of this data with other data sources is not made.

2. Use and disclosure of personal data

If you have provided personal information to us, we use it only to answer your questions, to execute contracts concluded with us and for technical administration. Your personal information will only be disclosed to third parties or otherwise transferred if this is necessary to fulfill a contract or for accounting purposes, or if you have previously agreed. You have to revoke your consent with effect for the future at any time the right. The deletion of stored personal data if you withdraw your consent to storage, if their knowledge to fulfill the intended purpose of the saving is no longer necessary or if their storage for other legal reasons is inadmissible.

3. Right

We are happy to give you information about the data stored with us personal information.

4. External Links

For external links to external content we can assume no liability.

5. Online Appointments

For online appointments, we ask you for your concern, your first and last name, phone number and e-mail address.

The collection and transmission of your data is voluntary. You decide whether you provide us with your data online. To the extent you choose to do, you consent to the described below processes:

The incoming data is temporarily stored on a server and then deleted after transfer to the scheduling program. A transfer of your entered data to third parties.

You may object to the use of your data by us. In this case we will delete your previously saved request. Please understand that we can then assign an appointment in this way or confirm in this case.

New privacy policy according to EU GDPR from May 25, 2018

Information according to Article 13 & 14 General Data Protection Regulation on the Processing of Data in the Medical Practice: We hereby inform you about the processing of your data in our practice.

1. Responsible for data processing 

Responsible for the data processing is:

Practice name: Dr. Christian Braunger

Address: Sophienstrasse 40

Contact details: 70178 Stuttgart

You can reach the responsible data protection officer at:

Name: Mr. Jaan Beimers

Address: Sophienstrasse 40

Contact details: 70178 Stuttgart

2. Purpose of the data processing

In order for us to be able to treat you, we must create a patient record and process personal data (master data and health data) from you. This not only prescribes the law, but it is indispensable for the quality of treatment. The health data, which are particularly protected by law, include, for example, findings, medical history, diagnoses and treatment suggestions collected by us and other physicians. An overview of the underlying legal bases can be found in the Appendix (s.u.). We only transfer your personal data to third parties if this is permitted by law or if you have consented. Insofar as you have consented, we may also use your data for other than treatment purposes, such as: B. practice mailshots, information, appointment reminder that concern you.

3. Recipients of your data

As part of the treatment, we may work with other doctors, psychotherapists, and other healthcare providers to whom we also need to provide information. These include, for example, laboratories that we work with to create specific values ​​(such as blood counts) that we need for treatment and diagnosis. In addition, there are legal requirements for cooperation with the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, your health insurance, the medical service of the health insurance and medical associations. In individual cases, we transmit the data – with your consent – to other authorized recipients.

4. Your rights

The legal regulations grant you several rights. You have the right to obtain information about the personal data relating to you, to correct incorrect data, to request the deletion or restriction of the processing of your personal data under certain conditions (note: Your patient record will only be kept by us as long as it is necessary for the treatment and is required to be kept by law), object to the processing of your data, your data to other designated by you to be transmitted. This requires a separate consent.

Insofar as you have consented to the processing of your data, you have the right to revoke your consent for future processing. Please note that this may make further treatment impossible. You have the right to contact the relevant data protection supervisory authority if you believe that the processing of your personal data is not legal. The address of the supervisory authority responsible for us is

Country Representative for Data Protection and Freedom of Information Baden-Württemberg

King Street 10 a

70173 Stuttgart

Appendix: Legal basis for data processing in the doctor’s office

The legal basis for the processing of data is Article 9 (2) lit. h) DSGVO in conjunction with § 22 (1) No. 1 lit. b) Federal Data Protection Act as well as the treatment contract according to §§ 630 ff BGB, § 10 Abs. 1 MBO-Ä, § 57 Abs. 3 BMV-Ä.

The legal basis for transmission to other physicians is the treatment contract and § 73 (1b) SGB V for the purpose of co-treatment and documentation of the treatment.

Legal bases for the transfers to the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians are in particular §§ 294 et seq. SGB V; §§ 12, 106 SGB V; Section 295 (1a) SGB V; §§ 298, 299 SGB V for the following purposes: billing of medical services, billing examination, quality assurance, performance audit, statutory forwarding by the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians to the responsible health insurance.

Legal bases for the transmission to health insurance companies are in particular §§ 294 ff. SGB V, § 291 paragraph 2b SGB V, § 36, Abs. 1 BMV-Ä (in the case of § 44 Abs. 4 SGB V with your consent for the purpose of the determination the benefit entitlement according to the Disablement Guidelines).

Legal basis for the transmission to the medical service of the health insurance is § 276 SGB V for the purpose of the examination, consultation and appraisal.

Legal basis for the transfer to private medical clearing houses is exclusively based on your express consent for the purpose of billing private services. In addition, further data transmission obligations may result from other legal requirements.