Physiotherapy is the best choice for rehabilitation after an accident, surgery or muscular imbalances that lead to pain or limitations.
Rehabilitation physiotherapy consists in restoring one or more functions of the organism that have been affected in whole or in part by an illness or accident. After the exact physiotherapeutic findings, we plan the therapeutic process together with the patient. Our task is to restore and maintain freedom of movement as best as possible.
Manual therapy treats dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system – the focus is on muscles and joints and how they interact. With special hand movements and techniques from the physiotherapists, mobility can be increased and pain alleviated.
Occupational therapy is based on the assumption that movement is a human health need and that targeted and individually applied activity has a health-promoting and therapeutic effect.
Occupational therapists accompany and support people of all ages who are limited in their everyday abilities or who want to expand their abilities. Causes can be accidents, illnesses or developmental disorders. Occupational therapy offers extensive training in the following areas in order to meet the individual needs of each patient:
PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC & SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT
In the course of life there are changes in the musculoskeletal system. These changes can result in limitations, complaints and even the loss of functions. For a successful therapy, an individual concept from orthopaedics, physiotherapy and sports science is put together.
The sports science advice offers professional help on the topics of fitness, training and health. It combines the knowledge of training theory, physiology, anatomy, pedagogy and psychology and is intended to help increase well-being and self-confidence through targeted training and movement, as well as promoting general health. Regular exercise has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and even forms of cancer.
Apart from that, sport and exercise can also have positive effects on the psyche. Symptoms of depressive moods can be reduced, body awareness and awareness of one’s own body can be increased through various exercises and a positive body image can thus be formed. Especially for children and young people who are still growing and who often get far too little exercise due to today’s lifestyle and mediatisation, it is advisable to take advantage of additional exercise offers. After an initial meeting in which the problem and goals are discussed, individual training, counseling or both can begin.