The Specialist Physical therapy Department offers the highest quality physical therapy and rehabilitation services delivered by experienced therapists.
The main goals of physical therapy are to help the patient regain physical fitness and to reduce pain.
The physical therapy department is equipped with modern physical therapy devices, including electrotherapy, cryotherapy, laser therapy, ultrasound therapy, magnetic field therapy, as well as a comfortable exercise room and a locker room.
All procedures are fully paid for by the patients.
Rehabilitation services include physical treatments, kinesiotherapy, and manual therapy recommended for patients with or after:
- Knee arthroscopy
- Knee ligament reconstruction
- Hip, knee, and shoulder endoprosthesis
- Fractures, dislocations, or torsions
- Back pain
- Pain in the upper or lower extremities
- Rotator cuff reconstruction
- Degenerative conditions
- Sports injuries
- Limb amputation
- Peripheral artery diseases
- Intermittent claudication
- Prevention of elderly falls/collapse
- Many other conditions
A physical therapy session lasts 60 minutes.
We also offer physical therapy for patients with diabetic foot syndrome in the form of 30-minut consultation sessions with our specialized medical professionals.
Diabetic foot syndrome is a serious complication that may result in permanent disability. Diabetic complications may begin with mobility problems, and may ultimately lead to foot amputation. Early diagnosis and therapy can prevent such serious consequences of diabetic foot syndrome, whereas foot amputation is always an intervention of last resort. Comprehensive therapy of diabetic foot syndrome may include diabetes therapy, surgical procedures, and the use of orthopedic inserts fitted by a podiatrist.
Physical therapy in diabetic foot syndrome is focused on restoring the range of motion and improving locomotion. A full range of joint mobility allows for correctly customized shoe inserts and reduced complications from an uneven load of the feet. A podiatrist examines the magnitude of loads applied to the foot using a dedicated device and computer software, and refers patients to a physical therapy consultation to establish an individual rehabilitation plan. A physical therapist recommends appropriate exercises to achieve long-lasting improvement. Physical procedures can also be added to this comprehensive treatment to improve blood circulation and stimulate the healing of tissues in diabetic foot syndrome.
phone: 12 37 97 390
To cancel a scheduled appointment or therapy session, please contact us:
phone: 12 37 97 390
The Specialist Physical Therapy Department is open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.