Physiotherapy is a branch of the health sciences that consists of appealing to natural elements or to mechanical actions, such as body movements and physical exercises. Physiotherapy is used in treatments of:


Traumatology: fractures, sprains, dislocations, tendinitis, muscular contractures, cervicalgias, lumbalgias, herniated disc, protrusions, sciatica, cruralgia ...


Neurology: hemiplegia, paraplegia, degenerative diseases, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy ...


Vascular: edema, fluid retention, circulatory disorders, tired legs ...


Sports pathology: muscle distension, fibrillar tears, tendonitis (patellar, epicondylitis, epitrocleitis), periostitis, pubalgia ...


Rheumatology: osteoarthritis, arthritis, retractable capsulitis (frozen shoulder), hallux valgus, degenerative processes ...


Migraines, headaches, dizziness, dizziness, digestive disorders, gynecological dysfunctions, child rehabilitation, ATM problems (pains in chewing), non-specific pains caused by postural imbalances or fascial tensions ...

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