What is a physiotherapist? A physiotherapist is a person who cares for a patient's health care, ensures the assessment of a functional condition and helps to regain lost function or reduce functional disorders.
Anyone who wants to can come to the physiotherapist, but it would be useful to perform the necessary examinations with a specialist (neurologist, surgeon) in good time before visiting the physiotherapist.
The following diagnostic tests: X-ray, magnetic
resonance or computed tomography preferably. Analyzing the results of the examinations, the physiotherapist will draw up the necessary rehabilitation plan.
A visit to a physiotherapist is especially recommended for patients who suffer from nerve root compression, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbargia, spinal spondylosis, which causes chronic or acute back pain with the resulting problems - tingling in the hands and feet, dizziness and headache. In these cases, the physiotherapist draws up an individual treatment plan for each patient, which may consist of elements of therapeutic exercise, massage, manual therapy, as well as all kinds of stretching exercises.
This type of non-surgical patient relieves pain, relaxes tense and strengthens weak muscles, improves balance and coordination, increases the amount of movement and improves the quality of daily and physical activities.
Today, a sedentary work or a sedentary lifestyle causes the spine to assume non-physiological postures that cause various types of pain. Therefore, timely consultation with a specialist and physiotherapist can protect you from "rusting" of the spine and further problems.
In the medical institution helps the patient to get rid of pain, deformity, movement restrictions, muscle tension thus improving health.
The patient's recovery is achieved through the elements of therapeutic gymnastics, massage, taping and manual therapy.
Patients with disabilities are welcomed on the 1st floor or use a lift with prior notice to the staff.