Do you suffer from musculoskeletal pain? Do you want to adjust your posture? Are you after an injury or do you want to include compensatory exercises as a part of your training?
Whether your goal is to relieve the pain, improve movement stereotypes or return to a normal life after an injury, our therapists will help you with it.
THE PROCEDURE OF THERAPY
In order to tailor the therapy for you, we will perform an initial kinesiological analysis during the first therapy, i.e. an examination in which we will take a medical To get the best therapy treatment for you, we will start with an initial kinesiological analysis during the first therapy, i.e. examination, during which we get your anamnesis, we look at you an palpate the muscles to investigate their condition or do the specialized tests if needed. If you have been on another professional examination (X-ray, MRI, CT, ultrasound), we recommend you to bring a report with the results to the first therapy.
Based on the examination, we will set up an individual therapeutic plan for you. In our practice we work primarily with the following methods: soft tissue therapy and mobilization techniques, SM system, kinesiotaping, FlosssBand, PNF (Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation). We also work with elements of the method of Ludmila Mojžíšová and Vojta’s method (also known as Reflex locomotion).
WHAT TO TAKE WITH YOU?
In case you have one, take your doctor’s report with you. Next, it is advisable to bring a towel, or something comfortable to change to (shorts, t-shirt, …).
WHAT PROBLEMS CAN YOU CONTACT US WITH…
- Acute or chronic back pain
- Headaches, migraines
- Poor body posture
- Flat feet, heel spur
- Postoperative and post-traumatic conditions
- Non-specific joint pain
- Compensation within sport
- Sports training and injury prevention
- Ergonomics of the workplace as a pain prevention
- Menstrual pain and incontinence
- Assistance in trying to conceive with functional sterility
- Preparation for childbirth
- Postpartum diastasis
- Blocked ribs and chest pain
- Peripheral paresis, CNS damage