Physio FAQ’s

Physiotherapy is a health discipline focused on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Physiotherapy is effective whenever there is an impairment or weakening of function leading to symptoms such as pain & fatigue. Functional problems can result from overloading the system, accidents & trauma, disease, birth defects and as part of the degenerative changes of the aging process. In diagnosis, treatment and prevention , the physiotherapist uses special manual techniques based primarily on her knowledge of neurology, neurophysiology, orthopedics, internal medicine, anatomy and physiology.


Physiotherapy targets and influences specific functional deficiencies of the musculoskeletal system and at the same time has an influence on the body-mind complex. By taking such a holistic point of view, the body can be seen in it’s physical aspect and also as a reflection of the individual’s inner psychology and thus lead both the therapist and the patient to the core problem. Our body is an image of our soul. It takes working with both to maintain or restore our health.

We are bringing together high-quality modern physiotherapy practice with the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine.

Successfully treat particular:

  •  Migraines, headaches, dizziness, “tinnitus”, “neck pain”, “back pain” as a acute lumbago, blockades “SI” joint, coccyx pain, “lumbago”, “impinged & entrapped nerves” , disc herniations, scoliosis, Bechterev m, m Scheuermann, menstrual pain, urinary incontinence, functional female sterility by Mojzisova, menstrual pain.
  •  Muscle and joint pain: frozen shoulder syndrome, rotator cuff shoulder, tennis/golf elbow, carpal tunnel, arthritis.
  • Foot pain & flat feet
  • Postural disorders in children and adults
  • Traumatic and postoperative conditions such as sprains, torn ligaments, painful muscle syndromes

Physio exercise with gymball, activation of diaphragmatic breathing


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