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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy plays an increasingly important role in the treatment and in particular the prevention of musculoskeletal complaints. Good nutrition, individually tailored exercise therapy, and sticking to the treatment plan will help you achieve a positive treatment outcome.

Treating and preventing musculoskeletal complaints

Preventing musculoskeletal dysfunction

  • Following acute injuries including slipped discs, ligament, tendon and muscle injuries
  • After orthopaedic surgery
  • In chronic cases of back or joint pain
  • In cases of neurological complaints (stroke, Parkinson's, etc.)
  • In cases of congenital postural defects such as scoliosis or hyperkyphosis

All our physiotherapeutic services consider the general health of the patient, and are coordinated with any supplementary therapies that may be required, such as massages and exercise programmes. If you are in possession of any diagnostic reports or X-rays, please bring them along.

Physiotherapy assessment and treatment

Our therapists follow recognised physiotherapeutic methods to test muscle function and analyse muscular imbalances. They check the length, strength and function of the major muscles and muscle groups. Early detection of weak spots makes it easier to avoid more serious problems by therapeutic means such as pelvic floor exercises, Maitland® Concept and osteopathy.

Physiotherapy muscle function test

Our therapists follow recognised physiotherapeutic methods to analyse muscular imbalances. They check the length, strength and function of the major muscles and muscle groups. Any weak spots can then be corrected by targeted strengthening, coordination and stretching exercises.