Physiotherapy is the part of rehabilitation treatment based on physical exercises, positional therapy and massage, which aims at recovering the functional capabilities of the patient’s body. For the patient, this means being able to enjoy everyday life and activities with as little pain and restrictions as possible.

    Physiotherapy service is focused on treating dysfunction due to musculoskeletal congestion, poor posture, degenerative or post-traumatic changes, and pain.


    Physiotherapist receives patients with:

    • tension headache
    • neck and shoulder girdle muscle tension
    • back pain
    • joint pain
    • limited joint mobility
    • carpal tunnel syndrome
    • “frozen shoulder” syndrome or adhesive capsulitis
    • epicondylitis or plantar fasciitis
    • numbness, weakness, dying of hands/feet
    • radiating pain to the lower or upper extremities
    • pre- or post-operative condition
    • chronic pain
    • benign paroxysmal positional vertigo or benign hyperextension


    The physiotherapist in our clinic also deals with:

    • pelvic floor muscle disorders in both women and men (bladder problems, organ depletion, sexual disorder such as painful intercourse)
    • physiotherapy for pregnant women (back pain, pelvic pain)
    • post-pregnancy physiotherapy (diastase, post-pregnancy recovery, counseling)
    • mandibular dysfunction (joint clicking, limited mobility, facial pain, facial nerve palsy)


    Work, study and leisure activities often involve prolonged periods in static positions. The predominant postures are sitting, looking forward and down (for example when using smart devices). This leads to overstrained neck and shoulder muscles, headaches, back pain, poor posture.


    Balanced muscle training is the best way to prevent such problems. However, if the musculoskeletal system is already in pain, physical therapies, massage and therapeutic exercises can help effectively. As the metabolism and blood supply to the muscles are severely impaired in the case of overstrain, starting muscle training immediately usually does not provide optimal results. Therefore, it is important to restore muscle metabolism and blood supply first, followed by muscle strength and resistance to static loading.

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