The aim of our osteopaths is to restore normal function and joint stability to help the body heal. They use their hands to treat the body in a variety of ways, using a mixture of gentle and energetic techniques. Techniques are chosen according to the individual patient and the symptoms they present with.
Rehabilitation in traumatology and orthopaedics
Orthopaedic rehabilitation includes any injury or condition affecting muscles, bones, cartilage, joints, tendons or ligaments. This includes such things as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, sports injuries, broken bones, joint replacements, anterior cruciate ligament tears and many more.
Specialist physiotherapists work to help treat, educate and advise patients who have problems with their lungs and breathing. The aim of respiratory physiotherapy is to move fluid or mucus out of the lungs.
Manual therapy is passive movements applied by physiotherapists that directly or indirectly target a wide variety of body parts. It is used with the intention of creating beneficial changes in some aspect of the patient’s pain experience.
Physiotherapy in sports injuries
The main objective of physiotherapy in sports injuries is to treat and rehabilitate the athlete completely after an injury or an operation in order to prevent new injuries and to get the athlete back to sport in the shortest possible time.
Neurological physiotherapy is the treatment of people with movement disorders caused by problems in the body’s nervous and neuromuscular systems.
The physiotherapist helps to treat and control the symptoms in order to improve the mobility and functioning of the person in everyday life.
Treatments and techniques
- Hypopressive gymnastics
- Dry needling
- Kinesiotape and functional bandages
- Lymphatic drainage
- Therapeutic massage
- Gymnastics for pregnant women
- TMJ Dysfunctions
- Laser therapy
- Traumatology and orthopaedics
- Yoga for pregnant women
- Ultrasound therapy
- Soft tissue regeneration
- Chronic pain
- Global postural re-education
- Directed hypopressive classes
Paediatric physiotherapists help children improve their range of motion, strength, flexibility and motor skills. The goal of physiotherapy is to provide early intervention for children who may have neurological and developmental delays. It also helps children with biomechanical, positional, sports and many other injuries.
Is your child sleeping badly, does he/she have reflux, does he/she have a runny nose, is he/she constipated, do you notice the child is acting strange but don’t know what’s wrong with him/her?
Often these problems can be solved with specialised physiotherapy treatment.
Close communication with the family
The role of the parents or guardians is very important in the development and care of the child, especially in the first years of life, which is why we always try to promote their role. Good communication with the child and their relatives helps us to better understand their situation and apply the most appropriate treatment.
Children must be motivated and have a positive attitude. To achieve this, we use play-based tools and always take the child’s interests into account.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation
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