How can a physiotherapist help you?

A physiotherapist is a medical practitioner – a functional specialist who:

  • assess the human function;
  • identify potential health risks and their impact on daily activity/self-care/participation;
  • set common therapeutic objectives and methods for improving
  •  functional status with the patient;
  • develop recommendations and recommendations for further
  •  health promotion and disease prevention.

In which cases can a phsiotherapist help?

The physiotherapist work field is spacious and diverse. Phsiotherapist techniques may reduce functions such a movement restrictions , oedama, pain , decreased muscle strength ,reduces aerobic workability ,etc .

A phsiotherapist can help people with:

  • entry of asymmetry and malfunctioning;
  • bone , joint and muscle diseases;
  • chronic pain;
  • oncology;
  • recovery after injuries , fractures;
  • cardiovascular diseases , respiratory diseases;
  • and in other cases .
How can a physiotherapist help you? A physiotherapist is a medical practitioner – a functional specialist who: assess the human function; identify potential health risks and their impact on daily activity/self-care/participation; set common therapeutic objectives and methods for improving functional status with the patient; develop recommendations and recommendations for further health promotion and disease prevention. In which cases can a phsiotherapist help? The physiotherapist work field is spacious and diverse. Phsiotherapist techniques may reduce functions such a movement restrictions , oedama, pain , decreased muscle strength ,reduces aerobic workability ,etc . A phsiotherapist can help people with: entry of asymmetry and malfunctioning; bone , joint and muscle diseases; chronic pain; oncology; recovery after injuries , fractures; cardiovascular diseases , respiratory diseases; and in other cases .
How can a physiotherapist help you? A physiotherapist is a medical practitioner – a functional specialist who: assess the human function; identify potential health risks and their impact on daily activity/self-care/participation; set common therapeutic objectives and methods for improving functional status with the patient; develop recommendations and recommendations for further health promotion and disease prevention. In which cases can a phsiotherapist help? The physiotherapist work field is spacious and diverse. Phsiotherapist techniques may reduce functions such a movement restrictions , oedama, pain , decreased muscle strength ,reduces aerobic workability ,etc . A phsiotherapist can help people with: entry of asymmetry and malfunctioning; bone , joint and muscle diseases; chronic pain; oncology; recovery after injuries , fractures; cardiovascular diseases , respiratory diseases; and in other cases .

What are the treatment targets?How does a phsiotherapist assess the patient’s funcional condition?

The final evaluations methods used by a physiotherapist may include:

  • an analysis of the entry and progress;
  • assessment of muscle functions (strength , length , endurance);
  • balance and coordination tests;
  • assessment of the quality and awareness of movements;
  • assessments of cardiovascular system and respiratory functions;
  • etc.
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1. Request the treatment (by phone or in an electronic form) supplemented with your medical information:

      • records of medical history,
      • latest general clinical and biochemical blood test.

2. Based on these documents, doctors will make an assessment of your health condition and make the decision on the suitability of the therapy.

Physical therapy methods being used.

Based on the results of the investigation , the physiotherapist creats a treatment plan for a ividual patient according to his or her functional condition , needs and objectives . During treatment , the physiotherapist applies both active and passive treatment methods and techniques . Active exsercises ( for example , with a view to improving muscle strenght , endurance or movement quality ) , stretching exercises ,balance and articulation training ,running training , relaxation techniques , soft tissues techniques  , joint mobilisation , etc.

Book a consultation

To book a consultation on most suitable treatment plan options, call (+371) 67 229 522 or fill in the details in the contact form.


1. Request the treatment (by phone or in an electronic form) supplemented with your medical information:

      • records of medical history,
      • latest general clinical and biochemical blood test.

2. Based on these documents, doctors will make an assessment of your health condition and make the decision on the suitability of the therapy.

Book a consultation

To book a consultation on most suitable treatment plan options, call (+371) 67 229 522 or fill in the details in the contact form.