Context: Due to static work posture or repetitive tasks, dental professionals are prone to the development of Work- related Musculoskeletal Disorders. Unspecific neck pain is one of the most reported complaints and may cause functional disability in daily life. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of physiotherapy on the functional ability of dental professionals with unspecific neck pain. Methods: The study is a pilot study with three participants. A questionnaire called Neck Disability Index was used to evaluate the functional disability before and after the physiotherapeutic intervention. The intervention consisted of three parts: the main component was a weekly groupsession over a period of eight weeks. In addition, the probands received an exercise program and an information sheet with recommendations on ergonomics in the workplace. Main results: A decreasing Neck Disability Index -Score can be observed in all participants corresponding to an increasing functional ability. The majority of the functional categories showed an improvement. Conclusion: The functional ability of the observed dental professionals increased after the physiotherapeutic intervention. In order to evaluate the influence of the treatment, further studys, especially including a reference group without intervention, are required in order to quantify and generalize the influence of the physiotherapeutic treatment.