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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

When life knocks you down, physical therapy lifts you back up!

What is Physical therapy

Physiotherapy is used for rehabilitation after an injury or operation. The aim is to put the body in a better condition than before the event. Using various techniques, we can help the body to recover quickly and properly.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy eliminates functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as restricted mobility or pain in joints.  Joint mobility is restored through targeted mobilization, stretching, and manipulative techniques.

Lymphatic drainage

Activating the lymphatic vessels helps to reduce swelling and improve mobility. This accelerates healing after an injury or operation.

Respiratory therapy

Our breathing is an important factor for our health. It influences our posture, metabolism, and psyche. Good breathing helps many people to alleviate their complaints in the long term.

Temporomandibular disorders

TMD is a functional disorder of the skull and lower jaw and is an umbrella term for various problems that can occur in the temporomandibular joint or jaw muscles. Symptoms such as dizziness, pain (head, jaw, ear, or neck pain), tinnitus, and difficulty swallowing can have many causes. Stress, a faulty bite, head trauma or poor posture are often the triggers for TMD. The treatment of TMD is coordinated with your dentist. As part of an overall concept, physiotherapy helps by releasing muscular tension and correcting posture. Naturopathic techniques such as chiropractic, dry needling and craniosacral therapy can also help with TMD.

Corrective Training

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a referral for physical therapy?

Physical therapy can be prescribed from a doctor (usually from an orthopedic doctor). Our Heilpraktiker is also able to write a prescription.

How long does a treatment last?

A treatment can last from 30 minutes to an hour.

What should I bring to the first appointment?

Bring comfortable clothes (shorts and a t-shirt) and what ails you. Towels will be supplied by the practice.