which has a positive effect on improving mobility in the joints and reducing or even reducing pain.
It involves oppression of appropriate points on the body in order to restore muscular balance.
As the name implies, it involves the physiotherapist’s hands on the patient’s body.
It is used for spine pains, joint and soft tissue injuries, fractures, dislocations, posture defects, muscle tension, neuralgia, as well as post-operative treatment or sports injuries. It consists of diagnostics and therapy.
As part of diagnostics, general examinations, manual tests and physical tests are performed, while in therapy a wide range of techniques of manipulation, mobilization, traction, compression, soft tissue therapy and neuromuscular therapy is applied.