Sports Injuries are usually musculoskeletal in origin and are painstakingly addressed, in a detailed and individualized recovery exercise program. The exercises are taught and supervised during each session. Home follow-up can be established via a web based exercise chart that motivates the patient to perform the exercises correctly and regularly.
Taping provides additional support to soft tissue injuries and needs to be applied by a trained professional. Ultrasound therapy during a session will also accelerate the recovery process.
Postoperative Rehabilitation is of particular importance following any type of joint surgery and it is essential to help mobilise the patient a soon as possible.
Spinal pain is a complex condition that is treated by the physiotherapist in close coordination with the GP or specialist and according to the findings on Xrays and MRI scans.
All international guidelines for the treatment of Chronic Lung Diseases recommend respiratory rehabilitation by a qualified physiotherapist. This includes conditions like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Bronchiectasis or Asthma. Patients suffering from Asthma may also need supervision of their inhaler technique.
Strokes & Fragility – Prompt physiotherapy interventions are essential immediately following a stroke. Our physiotherapist will not only establish an individual rehabilitation program for each patient, but also a home inspection to advise on specific home improvements or dangerous obstacles.
Other techniques that can be applied are electrotherapy, dry needling, myofascial release and postural education.