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Physical Therapy


Physiotherapy contributes to


 Physical therapy, also known as medical kinesiology or kinesitherapy, is a form of therapy composed of specific medical recovery programs. Physical therapy   is a form of assisted physical therapy, the purpose of which is to rehabilitate impaired motor functions or increase functional function in certain specific conditions.


  Physiotherapy programs are performed according to the patient's age, constitution and condition, as well as his degree of sedentary lifestyle, normal activities, stage of the disease or the existence of other conditions. These programs are based on movement through carefully structured medical recovery plans, the purpose of which is to restore impaired or impaired body functions. The patient is also assigned his or her own physical therapy specialist, who is responsible for overseeing the patient's work during physical therapy sessions, and providing counseling throughout the recovery program. At the same time, the physical exercises within the physiotherapy programs can be accompanied by certain accessories, such as the elastic, the medicine ball, the yoga ball, the Bosu hemisphere, etc.

·        Maintaining optimal health and general well-being;

·        Improving mobility and joint amplitude;

·        Decreased risk of injury due to mobility  and flexibilities  improved;

·        Allowing rapid recovery from possible accidents or traumatic events;

·        Increasing performance in relation to physical exertion and improving muscle tone;

·        Increased muscle strength;

·        Correction of deviations of the musculoskeletal system;

·        Improving or treating balance and / or coordination disorders;

·        Total or partial recovery of dexterity and muscle, bone and joint function;

·        Recovery of essential functions, damaged by a stroke;

·        Rheumatic recovery in case of osteoporosis or arthritis, as well as maintaining optimal health.

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