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Physiotherapy and Osteophaty Grown Adults

Sports Physiotherapy treats all those injuries caused whitim the scope of physical activity and from sports, whose objective is to achieve an early recovery and retraining of the dysfunction of the locomotor system  to get that the paciente starts its sport in the most adecuated physical conditions and do not relapse.

Most common problems:

  • Tendinitis, Tendinosis.
  • Fibrillation fractures and tears.
  • Muscle overload.
  • Sprains.
  • Fractures.
  • Dislocations.
  • Post-surgical Rehabilitation.

Orthopedic Manual Therapy is an a clinical approach that uses dexterity and manual techniques  to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joints with the purpose of ease the pain, improve movility, reduce or eliminate the inflammation, promote relaxation, improve the healing of tissues, its length and stability, facilitating the movement and improving its function.

Most  common problems:

  • Articular: Hypermobility, hypomobility, instabilities, degenerative and rheumatic disorders … etc.
  • Muscle: Myofascial problems, active or latent trigger points, muscular pains etc.
  • Neural: Discal compressions (hernias, protrusions), sciatica, morton neuroma, cervicobrachial pain …

Physiotherapy for pain and cranio-mandibular, orofacial and temporo-mandibular joint dysfunctions (ATM), has as its primary objective to reduce pain and then to prevent those factors that may cause the pathology or injury to recur.

Most common problems:

  • Chronic and cervicogenic tension headache.
  • Migraines.
  • Bruxism / Diduccismo.
  • Problems in the bite (crossed bite, disc alterations, osteoarthritis, muscular pains)

Respiratory Physiotherapy consist in the utilization of physic techniques to prevent, heal and stabilization of the possible obstructive or restrictive respiratory physiological alterations, acute and chronic.

Most common problems:

  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Disease).
  • High-grade catarrh.
  • Pneumonia.
  • Bronquitis..
  • Atelectasis.
  • Cystic fibrosis.