Physical therapy has evolved over the years.

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As a result of these developments, there are always new and improved methods of treating the musculoskeletal system and the neurological system.

Treatments can be for pre- and postoperative rehabilitation, to relieve acute and chronic pain, and to correct postural dysfunctions.

The following physical therapy treatments are offered by MotionDynamix:

Active and passive movement therapy
Manual therapy techniques

  • Joint mobilization
  • Muscular tension
    • Massage therapy as needed
  • Stretching
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Dry needling techniques
  • Fascia Techniques (Connective tissue techniques)
    • Fascial Distortion Model by Typaldos
    • Bowen technique
    • Black Roll

Osteopathy concept in physical therapy
Muscle balance, back and posture training
Electrotherapy and ultrasound
Thermotherapy (heat and cold therapy)
Sports injuries

  • Kinesio tape Application
  • Muscle strength measurement by BioFET

Of course, instructions for home programs and self-help techniques are a part of physiotherapy.

Through our collaboration with Fitx, we have access to a range of training equipment to achieve your goals.

The following conditions are frequently treated by MotionDynamix:

Musculoskeletal system

  • Neck and shoulder syndrome
  • Headaches
  • Intervertebral disc injuries
  • Acceleration injures of the shoulder, impingement syndrome, rotator and cuff injuries
  • Muscle tension, tears, and ruptures
  • Tendons and ligament inflammation, tearing and rupture
  • Bursitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Hip: Piriformis syndrome, sciatica nerve
  • ISG Blockade
  • Heel spur

Pre- and postoperative rehabilitation
Repetitive work-related injuries
Misalignment, Muscle Dysbalance

  • Scoliosis
  • Pelvic floor therapy
  • Relieving acute and chronic pain
  • Balance disorders
  • Neuromotor and sensory deficit
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Metabolic disease
    • Type 2 diabetes
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