Services

A list of all our Services

Based on the case history and a physiotherapy examination, we prepare an individualised treatment plan together with the patient.

We offer:

  • active rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders with the aim of resuming sports
  • encouraging participation in the rehabilitation process and encouraging home programmes
  • B-E-St by JeeCee therapy
  • manual treatment
  • soft tissue and myofascial therapy
  • functional medical exercise therapy with an emphasis on sport-specific exercise therapy
  • support and guidance in sports and prevention.
SensoPro

SensoPro is a piece of equipment that facilitates coordination training. This apparatus is motivational and joint-friendly. Thanks to its many programmes, SensoPro can be used by, for example, patients with Parkinson’s disease and top athletes. It has been designed so that it can be used by patients or athletes on their own, thanks to the accompanying video kit with standard coordination exercises. Functionality is central here.

Acupuncture

This ancient Chinese treatment method is used to relieve pain, cure diseases and promote health. For this, the acupuncturist uses fine, thin needles inserted into the acupuncture points in the patient’s body. In this way, he tries to restore the energy flow in the meridians (in which the acupuncture points are located) in order to reduce the pain in different parts of the body. The meridians are also linked to the organs, so that the latter can be worked on in this way. All this helps to harmonise body and mind.

Manual Therapy

This involves various techniques for treating articular, neurogenic and muscular disorders. These include mobilisation, traction, oscillation and harmonic techniques, as well as gentle manipulations of joints. There are also neurogenic mobilisations. Finally, stretching techniques, deep transverse techniques, trigger-point therapy and soft tissue techniques, etc. assist in treating muscular disorders.

Perinatal Physiotherapy

A pregnancy, the birth and postnatal period are important phases in the life of a woman and her partner. Good support and guidance during this phase of her life will have a positive impact on their course and the experience. In the long term, this is a unique opportunity to help a woman get to know her body. This will promote her self-confidence and self-esteem.

During prenatal physiotherapy, awareness of her body and the changes that a pregnancy brings about are central. Attention is also paid to prevention, preparation for delivery and any pregnancy complaints.

During postnatal physiotherapy, the attention focuses on both the prevention and treatment of any possible complaints. Other important goals will include the following: awareness of the post-partum body, pelvic floor exercises, core stability, progressive cardio training and advice on sports and resumption of work.

Postnatal physiotherapy can be started from 4 to 6 weeks after delivery (6 weeks after cesarean section). It is better to wear sporty clothes.

Perinatal Physio
Neurological Physiotherapy

The purpose here is to support the neurological recovery process in cases of conditions affecting the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Our goal is to reduce spasticity and/or rigidity, improve strength and balance, optimise endurance and stimulate daily activities.

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a manual examination and treatment method of the musculoskeletal system, organs and tissues in the body (muscle, connective and nerve tissue).
The potential mobility of all these elements is examined and the osteopath seeks to identify any limitations that may exist in this regard and that are related to the patient’s complaint. The cause of the complaint is treated by gentle manipulation, muscle energy techniques and mobilisation. These support the healing process within the body.

Respiratory and Cardiac physiotherapy

Respiratory physiotherapy focuses on treating patients with respiratory system disorders or limitations. Depending on the patient’s symptoms, treatment will consist of bronchial toilet techniques and/or respiratory rehabilitation.

Manual Lymph Drainage

In the case of lymph oedema, manual lymph drainage is crucial, in addition to improving mobility, maintaining/reducing weight and exercise therapy aimed at improving the level of activity and participation.
B-E-St by JeeCee’s lymph automatic program, for example, can support this therapy.
It is also possible to use lymph taping with kinesio taping to support and stimulate the drainage of fluid. The oedema is guided towards the lymph nodes.

Kinesio Taping

This tape was developed by Dr. Kenso Kase in the 1970’s. Kinesio taping is an elastic therapeutic tape that has various functions: activation of fluid circulation (lymphatic effect), pain relief, optimisation of muscle function, assistance in relation to joint function. The kinesio tape method works according to the principles of kinesiology and therefore supports and accelerates the body’s healing processes. It is often used in the sports world because this tape is dynamic, moisture-resistant and does not restrict movement.

Kinesio taping
Vibrating Platform X-Vibe

Many studies have proven the benefits of vibration on the body.
Vibration training was first designed for astronauts to regain their muscle mass in a short time.
Through the vibrating movements, your body will seek to stay in balance by automatically using the many deep muscles. In addition to deep stimulation and the strengthening of the underlying muscles that are less easy to train, the vibration plate also works on fat burning.
You can achieve strength training, stretching, cellulite treatment and medical treatments with it.

Sauna

The heart rate in a sauna can be up to twice as high as when at rest, while the cardiac performance (the amount of blood that the heart pumps per minute) can be two to three times higher. The cooling phase will also cause a burden on the heart function. Heat also has a positive hormonal effect. A number of so-called stress hormones are released. In particular, there is increase in the production of noradrenaline, prolactin, β-endorphin and the growth hormone. All this leads to a reduced feeling of pain, increased alertness and slight euphoria. Sauna speeds up the recovery of muscle injuries through better circulation. Rheumatic conditions too can benefit from heat. This is certainly the case for osteoarthritis, where there is pain and movement restrictions in the back and joints, and the muscles are tense and painful. It assists in gout complaints. And, finally, it has an analgesic effect.

 

Plunge Pool

Cold stimuli to the body assist in the healing of injuries and promote the recovery from complaints. Cold has a pain-relieving effect (endorphins are released), an anti-inflammatory effect and reduces swelling, while also improving the body’s immunity. This is encouraged for athletes so as to recover faster after training and thereby prevent injuries. It also has an effect on the balance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems.

B-E-St by JeeCee

The heart of our Therapy

Bio-Energy-Stimulation

The B-E-St  or Bio – Energy – Stimulation appliance is a technological tour de force using the injury-current or Bio – Stimulation current. By the emission of the very low strength current, B-E-St succeeds in raising the level of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) – the converted energy from foodstuffs – in our body by no less than 500 – 800%.

The energy source ATP is the chemical basis of all living cells. It is essential for all physiological processes which use energy, such as movement, blood circulation, temperature regulation, the cleansing of the blood, breathing, mental effort, growth, cell renewal, the healing process after sickness and injury, etc. By raising the level of ATP, pain is quickly relieved and recovery from injuries is rapid. This form of current makes it possible to reactivate damaged cells; by using the organ’s own frequency as a sort of reminder to help specific cells return to normal so that the organ functions better.

B-E-St by JeeCee website

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