OUR PHYSIOTHERAPY APPLICATIONS
Movement is very diverse. Too much, too little or incorrect action and can affect anyone. The treatment methods are just as varied as the symptoms.
To be able to react to any pain, we have combined various forms of physiotherapy. In addition to the classic methods such as manual massage, fango, physiotherapy, lymph drainage, trigger point treatment, taping, fascia therapy and many more, we also offer special therapies such as ultrasound, shock waves, Papimi magnetic resonance, plus other apparatus-based therapies with depth effects.
The combination of several forms of therapy (manual and apparatus) is often far more effective for promoting mobility and mobilizing the body and joints and helps initiate new stimuli in the body and achieve better well-being for the patient.
Duration of classic physiotherapy: 40 min (two sessions depending on the type of therapy)
The tissue is stimulated and by electrical impulses so that regenerative processes in the body are activated by the flow of electricity.
An exchange takes place within the cells through electronic current waves on living tissue. This effect is diathermic and means that the high-frequency current causes an ion current with very fast electrical oscillations, which then leads to increased permeability of the cell walls.
This in turn leads to a slight increase in the temperature of the treated tissue, which is often perceived by the patient as pleasantly warm and light and has a pain-relieving effect. At the same time, the blood vessels and lymph nodes are activated, which has a draining and relaxing effect and alleviates inflammatory pain.
Rehabilitation through energy flow
Tecar-INDIBA is preferably used in pain therapies, within rheumatology and traumatology, for the rehabilitation of trauma, for lymph drainage, for general improvement of mobility and within sports therapy, as well as for injuries to muscles, tendons, sprains, arthroses, including joint prostheses, arthritis, pain in the spine and extremities due to inflammatory processes, oedema, circulatory disorders and many more.
The therapy should not be used in patients with a cardiac pacemaker, an insulin pump, phlebitis, pregnancy, cartilage formation, for example. during growth, insensitivity to heat, nor in the case of acute fever or an infection.
Included among the important devices used in physical therapy and chiropractic are the Vibracussor and the ArthroStim.
The Vibracussor is a device for releasing blockages in joints and tissue structures, for muscle relaxation and stimulation of nerve tracts, reflex zones and trigger points by means of a rotating and vibrating movement.
The vibration creates a loosening of the fasciae and muscles and thereby dissolves the possible adhesions within the muscles.
The ArthroStim device sends gentle impulses to the area to be treated by tapping back and forth, and the nervous system picks up this stimulus and passes it on to the brain. There the information is processed and answered and positive changes in muscles and bony structure are achieved via the nervous system. This way, there is no cracking in the joints and no segments are twisted. The technique can be used in a wide variety of positions.
Due to the flexibility and a large number of attachments available for these two devices, they are particularly suitable for treating a wide range of patients of both sexes and can also be used on sensitive parts of the body.
This is a form of electromedical stimulation current therapy, which generates heat in the form of sound waves, which are directed into the muscles and tissues and reduce pain.
The use of ultrasound is used in physiotherapy as a therapeutic measure and it is applied via an ultrasound head, which is circling over the affected area. Sound waves are generated, which are transmitted from the therapy device to the patient by a previously applied ultrasound gel, and the tissue begins to vibrate and warm up. This warming supports the healing of the tissue, provides pain relief and promotes blood circulation.
Ultrasound therapy is particularly suitable for patients with rheumatic diseases, pain from joint inflammation or joint wear, as well as for patients with problems in the spine.
Ultrasound therapy also has a soothing effect on injuries to ligaments, tendons and bursae. In addition, ultrasound therapy is used for delaying bone healing or soft tissue injuries. It is always part of a combination of therapies in physiotherapy.
Ultrasound therapy is not suitable for patients who have a pacemaker, defibrillator or an artificial joint or metal implant. In addition, some organs in the body can be very sensitive to ultrasound waves. Treatment with ultrasound should be avoided near the eyes, heart, brain, spinal cord, malignant tumours or in pregnant women.
Within the scope of physical therapy and for pain relief, patients may be treated by electric current, the so-called electrotherapy. (Other terms include bestimulation or fine current therapy.)
In addition to manual therapy, electrotherapy is used primarily to loosen muscles and to promote blood circulation within the joints and muscles. Such stimulation can improve healing processes and reduce pain.
The form of electrotherapy is particularly suitable for patients who have pain in the joints and muscles and for patients who have had illnesses or accidents and, as a result, a limitation of the musculoskeletal system or the peripheral nervous system is experienced.
Electrotherapy can also help with paralysis, chronic inflammation, non-activated osteoarthritis and muscle pain.
Electrotherapy is not suitable for patients with a cardiac pacemaker, patients with metallic implants or women with hormonal IUDs in their bodies or who have an early pregnancy.
BES -T is a holistic procedure that has a balancing effect at both a physical and emotional level by stimulating the vegetative nervous system through pressure points.
This physical vascular therapy is used effectively to increase microcirculation and is particularly effective for all painful conditions, energetic blockages and emotional problems.
By touching certain pain points in the correct order, the nervous system and energy system are stimulated and regeneration processes are activated. Inflammation can be reduced and the rehabilitation of muscle, joint, ligament and tendon injuries improves.
This form of therapy can be used for neurological or degenerative indications such as Parkinson’s, arthrosis, arthritis and osteoporosis, as well as for various diseases or complaints such as chronic pain, back pain, neck and shoulder tension, cystitis, palpitations, neurodermatitis, Crohn’s disease, hormonal disorders, anxiety states, malaise, emotional problems and many more.