Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy concerns the recognition of musculoskeletal disease. Once the parts that have been affected are announced, the short -term target (restoration) and the long -term (recapture prevention) begins.

These malfunctions are divided into diseases and injuries and affect both the spine and the upper / lower extremities.

After a detailed examination-evaluation, a personalized musculoskeletal rehabilitation program is created based on both the proven scientific practice (Evidence Based Practice) and the personal needs and desires of each patient (Patient-Centred Approach & Shared Decision Making).

Modern therapeutic approaches are relying not only on hand-ons and consulting, such as the explanatory-counseling approach for the management of patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain.

In the arsenal of musculoskeletal rehabilitation, special mansion techniques are applied that are aimed at identifying the symptom and directly desensitize it either neurophysiologically.

An important criterion in this part of musculoskeletal rehabilitation is the patient's history and expectations.

Examples of application of musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Kyphosis, lordosis
Ankylosing vertebrate
Intervertebral disc herniation
Pathologies in peripheral nerves
Degenerative lesions - arthritis
Tendonitis - tendonititis - tendonopathy
Joint injuriesς