Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is a form of rehabilitation designed to support and restore the functions of the musculoskeletal system. Its main purpose is to diagnose, treat and assist clients with musculoskeletal diseases and injuries. There are two types of musculoskeletal diseases; congenital and acquired due to unhealthy lifestyle. Therefore, the most important part of rehabilitation involves flexibility and mobility of the musculoskeletal system.
Is physiotherapy right for me?
Physiotherapy helps a variety of people with different problems; from rapid growing teenagers to people with sedentary jobs. Post-surgery and post-accident patients seek out FITCLINIC as well. If you are looking for a professional advice on everyday prevention, our physiotherapists will gladly advise you on specific exercises, massages, or other forms of therapy.
Main objectives of physiotherapy
Step one: The goal in physiotherapy is to objectively assess the scope of injury or the need to restore mobility through specific examinations, measurements, and assessments.
Step two: This is the treatment itself, based on health condition assessment. A therapy plan is developed, followed by various techniques and methods to improve mobility and relaxation. Improvement techniques vary. The most common methods include rehabilitation, magnetotherapy, electrotherapy, hydrotherapy, and exercises. Massages and sauna therapy are used to improve relaxation.
Step three: Involves promoting education, healthy lifestyle, improvement of quality of life and focusing on the correct movement skills in children. We guide our patients in the direction of sustainable health and flexibility.