Here you will find a brief list of diagnoses, according to body region,
for which physiotherapy can be used to help.
Shoulder, arm and handKnee and legBack and spine
Hip and pelvisAnkle and footHead and neck
Muscles and tendons Fascia and connective tissue Nervous system
The shoulder connects the arm and the hand with the body. It is extremely mobile and very complex. There are many disorders and problems that can occur for which physiotherapy can be used effectively to treat such as: Shoulder impingement syndrome, Frozen shoulder, Shoulder pain, Omalgia, PHS, Calcification, Calcified shoulder and for wear and tear: Omarthrosis, ACG arthrosis or SCG arthrosis.
The knee is a complex, highly stressed and frequently injured joint. Physiotherapy can help with pain relief by problems such as tractus syndrome, "runner's knee", knee pain, gonalgia and malalignment, wear and tear such as osteoarthritis, gonarthrosis and cartilage damage as well as after injuries and operations such as fracture, meniscus tear, arthroscopy (ASK), cruciate ligament tear (LCA), cruciate ligament reconstruction, cruciate ligament operation, collateral ligament tear.
The central link of the body. Physiotherapy not only helps with blockages, instabilities, restricted movement, tension, poor posture, scoliosis, low back pain, back pain, dorsalgia, lumbar spine syndrome, lumbar syndrome, lumbalgia, sciatica, thoracic spine syndrome, but also with wear and tear such as osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis, spondylosis and after injuries, slipped disc, disc protrusion and disc prolapse.
A very stable but also very stressed area of the body.If you are looking for help with hip impingement, ISG blockage, hip pain, coxalgia, snapping hip, jumping hip, coxa saltans, wear and tear, arthrosis, coxarthrosis, deformities, hip dysplasia, after injuries, fracture, fractured hip (SHF), pelvic fracture, bursitis, after operations such as hip TEP, osteotomy or pelvic floor weakness.
They should be able to bear the entire weight of the body. If you are looking for physiotherapeutic help with Achilles tendon problems, Achillodynia, leg axis problems (knock knees, bow legs), hallux valgus, flat feet, splay feet, flat feet, heel spurs, metatarsalgia, Morton's neuroma or after an operation, arthroscopy, injury such as torn ligaments, torn tendons, inversion trauma, ankle fracture, Weber A, Weber B, Weber C or Maisonneuve fracture, then come to us!
In today’s world is the head is always full and must be carried. If you are looking for help with tension, neck pain, stretching posture, cervical syndrome, CVS, cervical spine syndrome, SAS shoulder-arm syndrome, abrasions, blockages, dizziness, slipped disc, spondylosis, tinnitus, spondylolisthesis, poor posture, headaches, burnout, fibromyalgia, instability or after vertebral fracture, disc surgery or laminectomy, then come to us!
Are you looking for help with tension, poor posture, tendon tear, tendon problems, tendon suture, tendinitis, tendinosis, SSP suture, supraspinatus tendon tear (SSP tear), biceps tendon problems, tennis elbow, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, muscle weakness, snapping hip, coxa saltans, tractus syndrome, Achilles tendon problems or general instabilities?
Treatment of the fascia may be necessary in physiotherapy in the field of orthopaedics for complaints of the entire musculoskeletal system, i.e. of the spine, joints, musculature and nervous system.
Fascia treatment is also useful during rehabilitation after accidents and after orthopaedic and accident surgery, e.g. on the knee, shoulder or hip, and wherever scar tissue may occur.
Nerves can be impaired or damaged by pressure from surrounding tissue (nerve compression syndrome) - well-known examples are sciatica, piriformis syndrome, slipped disc carpal tunnel syndrome and thoracic outlet syndrome.
Therapy can also have a positive influence on the autonomic nervous system in case of complaints such as headaches and sleep disorders.