It is a health discipline that offers a non-pharmacological therapeutic alternative to diagnose, prevent and treat symptoms of multiple illnesses, both acute and chronic, by means of therapeutic exercise, physical agents (heat, cold, light, water, electricity ) and the manual techniques.
According to the World Confederation for Physiotherapy, physiotherapy aims to facilitate the development and recovery of the maximum functionality and mobility of the individual or group of people throughout their lives.
It is characterized to look for the suitable development of the functions that produce the systems of the body, where its good or bad operation repercute in the kinetics or human body movement. It intervenes, through the use of scientifically proven techniques, when the human being has lost or is at risk of losing, or altering temporarily or permanently, the appropriate movement, and thus the physical functions. Without forgetting the fundamental role of Physiotherapy in the field of prevention for the optimal general state of health.
Myofascial Pain Syndrome:
Conservative Treatment and Invasive Treatment “Dry Puncture”
Diagnosis and treatment of myofascial trigger points.
• Unit specialized in integral shoulder treatment
Ann Cools Method and Global Method of the Epule Method.
• Sports Physiotherapy
Physical activity, sport, high performance and readjustment to effort. McConell Technique.
Neuromuscular and functional dressings.
• Postural re-education
Muscular Rebalancing, Mézières Method, Integral Posturology, McKenzie Method.
• Therapeutic massage
Decreasing and relaxing.
• Neurological Physiotherapy
• Respiratory physiotherapy
In the child and in the adult.