Physiotherapy is a field that focuses on researching functional ability and mobility and promoting wellbeing. Especially preventing decreased ability to function and disorders as well as increasing functional ability are the goals of physiotherapy
The physiotherapist examines musculoskeletal disorders and the reasons behind them, helps the client to get rid of pain and also possibly of other incorrect and harmful positions of the body as well as wrong trajectories.
Physiotherapy is planned together with the client taking into account the needs and wishes of the client. The client is encouraged and supported to exercise on one’s own as well as improve and maintain a good physical condition. Physiotherapy can also well be used to prevent diseases.
The operating model consists of:
3) Stabilizing exercises
4) Strengthening exercises
– mapping trajectories and dysfunctions (FMS-tests etc.)
– massage, trigger-ja myofascial treatments
– other manual ways of healing (mobilizing, CST-therapy, technical assistive equipment)
– deep-thermal healings (turf-clay thermal package)
– straightforward, guiding functional individual exercises and guidance for movement
– guiding the client to use their body in a multifaceted and balanced way.
Physiotherapist is a legalized professional in the field. The professional title of a physiotherapist can only be used and the profession can only be engaged in by a degree awarded to a physiotherapist.
You can also have a direct access to physiotherapy, WITHOUT a referral from a doctor! Note: when you have the first appoinment in physiotherapy, always book a meeting for 60 minutes.