Kinesiotaping -Taping

What is Kinesiotaping / Taping? Kinesiotaping is the application of special adhesive tapes on the skin in specific dir and with specific tensions on the skin. Using tensile force on the skin and subcut has a beneficial effect on the local blood and lymphatic circulation. Kinesiotaping a stimulating effect on the muscle. Taping can also…

Training/Exercise/Daily Activity Consultation

This is made up of the giving of information, the teaching of exercises, the prepar programmes for people who are healthy, suffer from pain or want to recover from need to exercise and those who want to begin living a healthier lifestyle so as to mand the design of risk-free activities for patients. We use…

Cupping

What is Cupping? Cupping is a method to remove adhesions and stiffness between the skin, the subcutaneous tissue, fascia and muscle small cups to apply suction by the negative pressure inside them. Where Do We Use Cupping? Cupping can be used in myofacial stiffness stickiness in the shoulders and compartment syndrome.

Dry Needling

What is Dry Needling? The logic behind dry needling is stimulating superficial nerves to reduce pain. Acupuncture needles are inserted into skin not deeper than subcutaneous tissue. Where Do We Use Dry Needling? We utilise this method frequently in the treatment of myofascial trigger points originating from muscles, tendons and ligaments, and chronic soft tissue…

Sports Massage

What is a Sports Massage and Where Do We Do it? One of the inevitable results of regular training and competition are increasing adhesions and stiffness inside the muscle and between the fibres, and around it including the fascia and tendon. As a result, every athlete knows the importance of regular massage to overcome these…

Sports Stretching

Why Sports Stretching? One of the inevitable results of regular training and competition are increasing adhesions and stiffness inside the muscle and between the fibres, and around it including the fascia and tendon. As a result, every athlete knows the importance of regular stretching to overcome these condition. If an athlete does not carry out…

Manual Medicine

What is Manual Medicine? Manual medicine is using certain hand techniques to bring certain aspects of the musculoskeletal system to normal. The aim of manual techniques is to increase joint movement, to release the tissues surrounding the joints, and to gain flexibility in muscles or tendons. Where Do We Use Manual Medicine? We often use…

Physical Therapy

What is Physical Therapy? There are various types of physical agents which we use frequently in the treatment of our patients. These are agents and methods include bur are not limited to hot or cold packs, analjesic currents, anti-edema currents, ultrasound, short-wave diathermy, and muscle stimulation. Where Do We Use Physical Therapy? We use physical…

Therapeutic

What is Therapeutic Exercise? Where do we Use It? Therapeutic exercise is the single modality which we incorporate in the treatment of all our patients and clients. The reason is that exercise aims to manage the functions of the musculoskeletal system (flexibility, strength, endurance, speed and ajility). No treatment plan would be effective without bringing…

Sclerotherapy

What is Sclerotherapy? It is believed that the development of excessive new nerves and veins in and around tendon sheaths are responsible for a major part of the pain caused by chronic tendinopathy. This abnormality can only and should be visualised by utrasonography. The closure of veins leads to reduction in the level of pain…

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