Human anatomy is a consequence of function.
The multiple demands on time and the hustle and bustle of modern life force people to reach their limits, both emotionally and physically. This is especially true for the musculoskeletal system with its muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments. Long working hours, one-sided postures and movements are primary indicators leading to painful tension, inflammation and other diseases.
For many problems of modern man or woman, physiotherapy offers solutions. Physiotherapy continues to gain scientific recognition in connection with other disciplines of medical and complementary medical fields, but is not a panacea.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is an ancient healing approach to the physical problems of humans. It is a globally recognised form of therapy that is used both for prevention and healing. Physiotherapy uses conservative, non-drug treatment methods.
The term “conservative treatment” describes the use of “soft”, non-invasive instruments and techniques. The physical procedures and movement are used to gently restore diseased muscles, ligaments and other anatomical structures to full functionality. By the term “physical methods” is meant energy forms and natural materials that are used on the body to initiate various stimuli. These include exercise, heat, cold, pressure, mud packs (Fango), electromagnetism and electricity.
Physiotherapy // Treatments
Methods of Treatment• Isokinetic therapy
• Shockwave therapy
• Cold therapy – KRYOTOUR 600
• HIRO laser
• Photodynamic therapy (Brain Light)• Biofeedback
• Medical whirlpool bath
• Paraffin bath
• Microwave diathermy
• Trigger points therapy
• Massage, vibration massage
• Sports massage
• Medical massage
• Lymphatic drainage massage
• Trigger Points massageTrigger Points
Intense muscular pain is sometimes experienced at trigger points. However, in many cases, these symptoms refer to a completely different part of the human body that the site of the pain. An accurate medical diagnosis is therefore essential.
An experienced physiotherapist should obtain the medical history of the patient through a detailed questionnaire. Based on the questionnaire, the expert will be able to provide a correct and accurate diagnosis of the trigger points that are causing pain.