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Discover our comprehensive range of treatments designed to promote your recovery and well-being. From manual therapy and sports physiotherapy to trigger point therapy and much more, our experienced team of physiotherapists is ready to provide you with the care and support you need for optimal recovery.

In our practices, we offer the following treatments


A physiotherapy treatment involves assessing and treating physical conditions or injuries through targeted exercises, therapy, and other appropriate techniques, with the aim of restoring, improving, or maintaining the functionality and mobility of the body.

Sports physiotherapy

A sports physiotherapy treatment specifically focuses on the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries and conditions, utilizing specialized techniques and training programs to help athletes recover and optimize their performance level.

Manual Therapy

A manual therapy treatment involves the use of specific manual techniques, such as mobilizations and manipulations, to evaluate and treat joint and tissue problems. The goal is to improve mobility, reduce pain, restore function, and promote the overall well-being of the patient.

Trigger Point Therapy

A trigger point therapy treatment involves identifying and treating specific areas within the muscles, known as trigger points, through targeted pressure techniques. This helps reduce muscle tension, pain, and related symptoms, and restores normal muscle function.

Dorn Therapy

A Dorn therapy treatment is a manual therapy that focuses on correcting leg length discrepancies, spinal misalignments, and joint dysfunctions through gentle manipulations and specific movements. The goal is to bring the body into optimal posture and balance, reducing pain symptoms and restoring natural mobility.

Dry Needling

A dry needling treatment is a form of therapy where thin needles are inserted into the skin to deactivate trigger points in muscles. By targeting these points, muscle tension can be reduced, which may lead to pain relief and restoration of normal muscle function. It is important to note that dry needling differs from acupuncture as it focuses on treating specific muscle-related complaints rather than influencing energy flows in the body.

HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Therapy)

A High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) therapy treatment uses concentrated electromagnetic energy to work deep within the muscles and induce muscle contractions. This helps in building muscle mass, improving muscle tone, and strengthening the treated area, without invasive procedures.

Shockwave Therapy

A shockwave therapy treatment involves the application of high-energy sound waves to the body to treat painful conditions and injuries. These waves promote tissue regeneration, reduce inflammation, and stimulate healing, thereby accelerating the recovery process.


A cupping treatment involves the placement of vacuum cups on the skin to stimulate blood circulation and reduce muscle tension. This can help alleviate pain, promote relaxation, and improve overall health and well-being.

Mobilization (Hands-On Therapy)

A mobilization (hands-on therapy) treatment involves the use of manual techniques such as manipulations, mobilizations, and stretches to move and mobilize joints, muscles, and tissues. This helps reduce stiffness, improve range of motion, and restore the normal function of the musculoskeletal system.

Medical Taping

A medical taping treatment involves the application of elastic tape to specific parts of the body to provide support to muscles and joints while maintaining freedom of movement. This technique can help reduce pain, promote stability, and stimulate the natural healing process of injuries.

Low-Intensity Laser

A low-intensity laser treatment involves the use of a low-energy laser to irradiate specific areas of the body. This can help reduce pain, promote tissue repair, and stimulate blood circulation, thereby accelerating the healing process.

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