Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, is a therapeutic discipline aimed at preventing, treating, and rehabilitating injuries, diseases, and disorders affecting the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. It includes various specialties, such as neurological physiotherapy, which focuses on the rehabilitation of conditions like stroke.
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Neurological Physiotherapy:

  • Neurological physiotherapy is a speciality of physiotherapy that focuses on the recovery and improvement of physical abilities in people with neurological conditions, both central (brain and spinal cord) and peripheral (nerves).

Who it is for:

  • Children

    • Cerebral palsy
    • Down syndrome
    • Neurodevelopmental delays
    • Wells syndrome
    • Muscular dystrophy
    • Congenital torticollis
  • Adults

    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Stroke
    • Parkinson's disease
    • Alzheimer's disease
    • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Ataxia Movement disorders

How we treat the pathology and its symptoms:

  • Our physical therapists employ various types of techniques and methods specific to physical therapy and neurological rehabilitation. Some examples include therapeutic exercise, repetitive and intensive practice, motor relearning, and unaffected side restriction therapy. These methods and techniques are accompanied by sound clinical reasoning and treatment planning, and are used to improve muscle strength, mobility, coordination, balance, and gait, which in turn positively impact the patients' functionality and quality of life.

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy:

  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy treats disorders and injuries in tissues and structures like bones, muscles, tendons, nervous systems, ligaments, and joints.

Who it is for:

  • Some of the pathologies we treat are arthritis, discopathy, tendinitis, neuropathies, fractures, pain, cervicalgia, lumbalgia, and others.

How we treat the pathology and its symptoms:

  • Our highly qualified physiotherapists use manual therapy techniques and specific exercises to help improve mobility, balance and strength, for example, alleviate pain and inflammation in this area of the body.