Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Overview

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession which sees human movement as the root to the health and well-being of individuals. 

Our physiotherapists identify issues and try to maximize movement potential through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation.

The specialists of our Institute will offer you an individual treatment program that will yield the best result for each individual. 

We help people of all ages that are affected by injuries, illnesses or disabilities

Our specialists possess a wide range of new highly effective methods that will bring back the valuable mobility of joints and provide improvement of imbalanced muscles. Some of our techniques include joint mobilization/manipulation, soft tissue massage and various forms of electrophysical agents (such as cryotherapy, heat therapy, ionophoresis and electrotherapy).

Rehabilitation includes different techniques and methods of treatment, which maximize possible healing of structures and functions of the organism. In our everyday life we inevitably face lots of situations and in some cases accompanied by unexpected and unpleasant accidents, which result in bruises, fractures, tearing of muscles and cords. Quite often the treatment is carried out using traditional and conservative techniques and in some cases even by operative methods. Consequently, it is necessary to choose the most appropriate methods in integration with different treatments. When the gypsum bandage has been removed and the post-operational stitches have healed, a carefully planned rehabilitation should be carried out. 

Physiotherapy is recommended in the following cases:

  • Illnesses in inner organs (severe and chronic bronchi, bronchial asthma, gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal, chronic cholecystitis, chronic colitis) 
  • Injures of nervous system (neuritis, radiculitis, pleksitis). Treatment of hernia of inter-spine discs
  • Treatment of motor-apparatus (arthrosis, arthritis of small and big joints)
  • Urological, proctologic and gynaecological illnesses
  • Skin imperfections
  • Pathology of ear, throat and nose
  • Rehabilitation after traumas and surgeries
  • Pain syndromes after burns and scalds or frost-bites
  • Tripes and deformations

We successfully use the following physiotherapy methods: 

Electrotherapy, Shockwave, Inductothermia, Phototherapy, Amplipulse therapy, UHF (ultra-high frequencies treatment equipment), DMB-therapy, CMV-therapy, KWT (kilowatt- therapy), Aero-ionisation therapy, Magnetic-therapy, Ultra-sound therapy, Lasers (Green, Red, Ultraviolet), Light-treatment(UV-exciters), Inhalers, Oxygen therapy, Aroma therapy, Aroma-phyto- therapy, Water treatment, Warm-treatment, Massage.

The advantages of physiotherapy and rehabilitation:

  • The treatment duration of many illnesses is shortened
  • Prophylaxis of complications and recurrence of illnesses
  • No side effects 
  • The use of medicines become more effective
  • Considerable decline in doses of medicines or complete non-medical treatment