ADVANCED PHYSICAL THERAPY
What is advanced physical therapy
Physical therapy plays a crucial role in various areas of medicine, ranging from orthopedics to neurology. The techniques and materials currently used for physiotherapy applications are highly evolved and compared to the past.
In almost all applied physical therapies, the contact surface with deeper structures such as joints, muscles, tendons, some organs, and nerves, is the skin, which, due to its structure and physiology, functions as both a direct and indirect mediator of the various physical applications, influencing the quality of the final results achieved.
FOCUSED EXTRACORPOREAL PIEZOELECTRIC SHOCK WAVES PiezoWave2
When to resort to shock wave therapy
Extracorporeal focused shock waves are a noninvasive method used to treat many diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as:
– plantar fasciitis
– calcaneal spur
– periarthritis of the shoulder
– gonarthrosis of the knee
– coxarthrosis of the femoral head and many others.
They are used to stimulate tissue repair and also give excellent results in skin regeneration by accelerating the healing of pressure sores, ulcers and other wounds.
The benefits of ESWT therapy
ESWT (extracorporeal focused shock wave therapy) is one of the few medical techniques that can effectively treat chronic pain of the musculoskeletal system by stimulating the self-healing process.
TECAR Activ CT9 – INDIBA
Why use INDIBA Activ CT9 TECAR
The INDIBA Activ CT9 TECAR therapy is one of the treatments with a high efficiency index, often resolving up to 95% of cases, mainly for acute muscle injuries and distortive traumas.
Benefits of TECAR INDIBA Activ CT9
No side effects have been noted in treatments with INDIBA Activ CT9 TECAR (this allows it to be applied very close to the time of trauma, possibly repeating it several times a day). INDIBA Activ CT9 therapy TECAR can be seamlessly combined with other therapies, such as, K-Laser therapy, Focused Shock Waves therapy, and manual therapy.
K-LASER HILT LASER THERAPY, YAG LASER THERAPY
Why to use Laser Therapy
A course of treatment with K-Laser SLP can activate cellular functions, completely restore damaged tissues, and restore function after metabolic slowdowns due to immobility, trauma, or surgery.
Areas of application with great results
- Arthro-rheumatic pathology: arthrosis, sciatalgia, scapulohumeral polyarthritis, polyarthritis of the hands and feet, epicondylitis, arthrosis of the hip in the early stages, gonalgia with and without effusion, torticollis, lumbago, myositis.
- Sports trauma: muscle strains and sprains, joint sprains, epicondylitis, tendinitis, contusions, hematoses and ecchymoses, bursitis.
- Dermatologic therapy: venous edema, sequelae of phlebitis, varicose dermatoses, vari-ous ulcers, Herpes Zoster and Herpes labialis, cystic acne, acne outcomes, dermatitis.
- Rehabilitation therapy: joint motor rehabilitation after removal of casts or orthopedic surgery.
NEUROMODULATION – NEUROGENIC PAIN THERAPY
Neurotherapy or Neurokinesitherapy
Dynamic Neurotherapy or neurokinesitherapy is an innovative technique that combines manual therapy with some specific applications of microcurrents. This allows targeted action on nerve entrapment syndromes (carpal tunnel, Guyon’s tunnel, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, outcomes of hernias, narrow canal, etc.). Neuromodulation is the only valid pain relief treatment of acute pain in herniated and protruding disc.
How Neuromodulation function
Neurostimulation with frequency-modulated microcurrents is functional in both pain management and optimization of functional reeducation. With Neuromodulation, we act directly on neurogenic pain (chronic pain, algodystrophies, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, etc.).
Neuromodulation is, to date, the only valid pain relief treatment in the case of fibromyalgia.
When to resort to neuromodulation
Neuromodulation treatment is possible at all stages of the inflammatory process because of the division of frequencies for the acute or chronic phase.
Neuromodulation can be combined with any type of physical therapy, speeding up and shortening rehabilitation time.