Physiotherapy or rehabilitation are advisable if you have had an injury that has had a negative impact on your life. Professional physiotherapist has the tools and skills to bring relief to patients suffering from the following diseases and conditions.
children's classes, posture defects, corrective gymnastics, osteopathy, medical training, NDT Bobath.
women's physiotherapy, menstrual pain, dietitian, yoga, female osteopathy, medical training.
manual therapy, osteopathy, rehabilitation, physiotherapy, clavitherapy, diathermy, medical training.
Knowledge of physiotherapy, dentistry, orthodontics and prosthetics. We effectively eliminate clinical symptoms such as: headaches, neck, difficulty swallowing, crackling when opening the mouth, soreness of the jaw muscles, grinding of the teeth or clenching of the jaws while sleeping.
Tactile therapy stimulates the development of the functions of the cerebral hemispheres and cortex, midbrain and posterior parts of the brain. During neurotactic therapy, stimulation techniques are used that affect the skin receptors, stimulating them and preparing them for the correct reception of sensory-motor stimuli.
Foot therapy without bone loss, especially for infants and older children. After diagnosing and determining the dysfunction, the physiotherapist selects the appropriate procedure to restore the correct positioning of the foot and limbs in physiological movement patterns.
A relaxing massage relaxes you through techniques that work on the tense muscles in the nape, neck and back. Stimulation of muscles, skin and cardiovascular system, and at the same time soothing effect on the nervous system. Massage eliminates negative reactions to stress.
Therapeutic massage combines several physiotherapeutic techniques with significant health benefits. A professionally performed massage has a positive effect on the skin, joints, muscles and ligaments, regulates the functioning of the circulatory, nervous and endocrine systems.
Lymphatic massage is a procedure aimed at stimulating the lymph vessels in order to help the body remove toxins and accumulated fluids. It consists in compressing the skin in such a way as to drain the lymph into the vessels and accelerate its circulation.
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