Dr. Tamme perceives his patients as people, not as a problem factor, -as doctors usually do-, and accordingly one feels liberated and not constricted with him.
For many doctors, the patient is like a problem to be checked off their to-do list, like buying 1 kg of bread.
With Dr. Tamme the patient is not a closed chapter, with him everything is in development, things take shape.
Dr. Tamme does not force his patients into concepts, templates, does not force diagnoses on them, Dr. Tamme actually gets involved with his patients and so he develops an individual therapy concept.
Doctors are often offensive, as if they wanted to defeat the patients, with Dr Tamme you feel with him you get space, you can articulate.
Many thanks to Mrs. Radtke and Mrs. Bauer.
To many who complain that Dr. Tamme only had so much time for them, I can give a good tip: they should get together more often with friends for coffee.
Fractions of seconds are enough for Dr. Tamme to get an exact picture of the situation. His perception has many dimensions.
Dr. Tamme works conscientiously, precisely, responsibly, regardless of whether the patient is wealthy or poor.
I myself come from a poor background and feel like a princess in the practice.
God bless Dr. Tamme, his family and co-workers!