• back pain, muscles, tendons and circular joints pain
  • osteoarthritis
  • limitation of joint mobility, hypermobility and instability
  • post­traumatic conditions
  • adults and children faulty posture
  • neurological diseases
  • before and after surgery conditions

What is new is the treatment of diseases of the masticatory system and temporomandibular joints in cooperation with a dentist.

We use different forms of the therapy :

  • kinesitherapy (movement treatment, functional training and stabilization)
  • correction of the posture
  • manual therapy IFOMPT
  • lasertherapy
  • medical massage
  • ultrasounds
  • megnetotherapy
  • electrotherapy


Exercise is the main direction in most of the therapies. Construction of the human body and its functions show that the movement is a very important element that leads to mental and physical balance. We have different types of KINESITHERAPY:

  • rehabilitation training
  • active exercise and step­passive, balance exercise
  • stabilization and functional training, discipline­oriented sport training
  • faulty posture exercise
  • orthopedic and neurological disorders kinesitherapy
  • cardiology, gynecology, internal medicine and dentistry physiotheraphy


The therapist , on the basis of detailed examination , analyzes patient’s biomechanical and functional condition by using a specific scheme. Orthopedic musculoskeletal dysfunctions usually results in congestion, injuries, micro­trauma or inflammation. These dissfunctions often include many tissues that the detailed analysis of the patient’s symptoms (pain) has to be done. Dysfunction may involve joints, nerves or muscle tissues or all of these at the same time . The entire test determines the appropriate treatment. Depending on the type of dysfunction various methods of treatment should be chosen.

All therapeutic techniques are performed by a certified therapist and are conducted according to the international standards and EFAMT and IFOMPT.

IFOMPT – International Federation of Orthopaedic Mapulative Psysical Therapists

EFAMT – European Federation of Academies for Manual Therapy


Laser radiation depending on the dysfunction or the indications has a broad
spectrum of action on human tissues and can induce in them a number of
physiological responses. This confirms the impact of laser therapy to increase the
synthesis of collagen, proteins, ribonucleic acid and changes in potential cell
membrane, release of neurotransmitters and dissociation of hemoglobin.
Laser therapy has an effect on reducing damages and inflammation, and improving
the vascularity and acceleration nonunion bone and cartilage tissues. It stimulates the release of endorphins and prostaglandins , and it improves metabolic processes,
which has a significant impact on the treatment of pain.


  • hard to heal wounds and ulcers
  • strong and chronic inflammation
  • difficult bone fracture healing
  • osteoarthritis
  • inflammation and periarticular congestion
  • neuropathic pain syndromes


The purpose of massage is to act on the locomotor system and connective tissues and
fat and aslo on the nerve endings and circulatory and lymphatic system. Indirectly,
therapeutic massage has an iffluence on internal organs. Depending on your needs,
goals of the therapy or medical indications there are different techniques and
methods (lymphatic massage, myofascial, sports).


  • cardiovascular disorders
  • nervous system diseases
  • locomotor system diseases and
  • rheumatic diseases
  • postoperative and posttraumatic conditions
  • swelling,exudation, lymph circulatory disorders
  • cellulite, body shaping and supporting the process of weight loss


Ultrasounds have a local and systemic effect . The basis of therapeutic treatment consists of the following factors:

  • penetrability intensification of the cell membrane
  • improve tissue respiration and stimulation of the cell metabolism
  • changes in the structure and hydration of the colloids tissue
  • changes in ionic tissues systems

These factors affect the therapy of pain and reduce inflammation and muscle tension. They stimulate the formation of biologically active compounds, they have an impact on enzymes and systemic vasodilation, inhibition of the sympathetic nervous system and speeding up tissues absorption.


  • osteoarthritis pains
  • tissue contractures
  • scars
  • enthesopathies (heel spur, tennis elbow)
  • neuralgia
  • cellulite


A characteristic feature of the magnetic field is a penetration through all the body structure and making a variety of biological reactions. Recent discoveries about the body’s physiological response to the magnetotherapy are:

  • analgesic and anti­inflammatory effect
  • anti edematous effect
  • acceleration of healing and adhesion
  • relaxation of muscles and vasodilatation


  • degenerative diseases
  • swelling of limbs
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • fractures, dislocations, sprains
  • contusions and hematomas
  • post­traumatic conditions
  • hard to heal wounds and burns
  • neuralgia states
  • peripheral circulation disorders

The greatest magnetic field effect is observed in bone fractures and articular cartilage injuries. It is very important to start magnetotherapy as soon as it is possible after the injury. The magnetic field works as a plaster cast!