Physiotherapy is a method of natural healing that uses the mechanisms of body adaptation, to be able to specifically treat bodily dysfunctions as a method of prevention and to try to prevent them.

Physiotherapy derives from:

Physis- Nature, the real
Physio- natural.

 It is also an alternative to medications and operations.

 Physiotherapy is dedicated to the areas of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of the movement potential of human beings, identifying and maximizing them, as well as the treatment of present discomforts. 

It is necessary a process of interaction between the physiotherapist and the patient, doctors or relatives. In this process, the potential for movement will be estimated and common measures will be established with the help of physiotherapeutic knowledge.

 Physiotherapy offers logical and functional solutions for various limitations and restrictions due to illnesses, accidents, bad postural habits ...) in order to correct them.

Why is physiotherapy necessary?

 Physiotherapy has the advantage of achieving great effects through light methods, which do not harm the body and are easy to apply. Invasive therapies such as operations or medication intake do not take place. It is about not only treating the symptoms, but above all the cause, in order to prevent the problem from appearing again. The objective is to resume the activities of daily life.

 In patients like children, prevention is very important, since many pathologies can worsen, such as scoliosis. In adults, you can work for example on correct ergonomics at work or learning exercises.

 Who is physiotherapy for?

 Towards people with different pathologies, in which age may also have its importance. Children can be treated just as well as adults or older people.

 Usually people with joint conditions, back problems or orthopedic problems have enough results. The cause of the discomfort in the arms, legs, neck, shoulders, back, tingling in the fingers .... is tried to locate it and then treated.

 Mobility is improved, pains and the patient can resume their activities of daily life such as combing, walking, stooping ....

Bone Breaks and their subsequent convalescence, in order to restore mobility and muscles,to  reduce pain  and relearn to use the affected limb. All in order to support the healing process.

 Internal pathologies can see an improved function. For example, in lung diseases, breathing can be improved. They are also told what they have to take into account, what they have to avoid and how they can help themselves.

 Pains in different areas such as the head, back, joints ..., migraines ... that can be relieved thanks to physiotherapy. Sometimes the pains do not go away completely, so you need the help of the physiotherapist, to help support them and to avoid factors that can make them worse.

 Neurological problems such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, parkinson's ... can be alleviated. For this there are special methods such as bobath. They are helped to carry out different activities in order to achieve a better quality of life. 

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