Physiotherapist is a highly qualified healthcare and
rehabilitation specialist, who assesses a client’s musculoskeletal function,
offers guidance when needed and carries out evidence based therapies to
diagnose, locate and treat physiotherapeutical problems.
Physiotherapy is helpful in dealing with different kinds
of musculoskeletal problems and pain (back pain, muscle tightness in the
shoulder area, joint pain and tenderness etc). In a physiotherapy session our
specialists use therapeutic exercise, massage (incl manual therapy if needed),
heat and cold applications, and also cupping. Our physiotherapists choose the
procedure(s) for a session based on the client’s physiotherapeutical
Physiotherapist assesses the athlete’s musculoskeletal
condition and locates problem areas. After a physiotherapeutical diagnose is
confirmed using different functional tests, an evidence based therapy session is
carried out. Physiotherapy session may include therapeutic exercise, massage,
heat and cold applications, kinesiotaping and a personal exercise program
may be assembled. Treatment strategy is chosen based on the athlete’s
physiotherapeutical problem. Our goal is to have the athlete back in training
and pain free as soon as possible.
|Appointment with physiotherapist || || |
|first||45 min || 25 € |
|recurrent||30 min|| 19 €|
|| 15 €|
|in addition to massage or physiotherapy
|| 10 €|
|plus tape price 1cm= 0,07€
tape is a thin elastic tape that helps along the natural healing processes of
our musculoskeletal system. Kinesiotaping may be used to stabilize a joint,
promote muscle function, and increase blood and lymph flow in the area.
Kinesiology tape does not restrict the body’s normal physiological movement and
it may be left on for up to 5 days.
Kinesiotaping is known for relieving back pain and pain induced
by tight muscles in other areas. It also reduces edema and helps to dissolve
hematomas. For better results it is recommended to combine kinesiotaping with
massage or physiotherapy.
|| 20 min
|| 16 €|
Underwater shower-massage is
performed by a physiotherapist in the massage bath by using a special
hose that provides a stream of pressurised water. The pressure of the
water stream can be regulated to weaker or stronger according to the
client's needs. Underwater shower-massage relaxes tense muscles and has a
pain relieving effect.