Physiotherapy is a front-line health discipline and aims to achieve the person's optimal functional performance.
Therapy aimed at restoring the quality and integrity of body movements (mainly musculoskeletal system) through the use of a variety of treatment modalities: manual techniques, joint mobilizations, manipulations, active movements and exercises, different types of electric currents and therapeutic waves, heat, cold, massage, etc.
These interventions, centered on the self-responsibility of the client, allow the acquisition of the physical abilities necessary for the activities of daily life and the accomplishment of a job, a leisure activity or a sport.
Applications of physiotherapy: Musculoskeletal disorders: acute or chronic problems: sprains, sciatica, fractures, sports injuries, herniated discs, low back pain, joint pain, scoliosis, tendinitis, bursitis, plantar fasciitis, heel spur, joint problems caused by repetitive movements and carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.
Disorders of balance, coordination, loss of sensitivity, decrease in strength, endurance, proprioception are also treated.
Provide advice and information to improve and maintain good physical condition. Advise on the practice of sports and postural hygiene.
Prevention of diseases and postural disorders. Urogenital and pelvic rehabilitation. Duration: 30 or 60 minutes.