Physiotherapy, derived from the Greek words “phýsis,” meaning nature, and “therapéia,” meaning treatment, is a branch of clinical medicine focused on preserving and restoring a person’s maximum freedom of movement and the functional capabilities of the human body. This field stands as one of the oldest in the realm of medical treatment and prevention, offering a diverse range of therapeutic methods.

In the sphere of modern physiotherapy, we can highlight advanced techniques such as high-frequency and low-frequency laser therapy, magnetotherapy, shock wave therapy, ultrasound therapy, and electrotherapy, among various other innovative approaches to addressing medical conditions. At the “Vita Longa” Medical Center, we perform physiotherapeutic procedures using cutting-edge equipment from renowned global leaders in physiotherapeutic technology. This allows us to offer treatment approaches for a variety of conditions that are unparalleled in the country.
We provide an extensive array of physiotherapeutic services, including:
Laser therapy
Shock wave therapy
• Ultrasound therapy
High frequency currents (diathermy, Inductotherapy)

Physiotherapeutic procedures deliver various benefits, such as:
Enhancing the immune system
Alleviating inflammation
Easing pain
Reducing swelling
Modulating fibrous tissues
Stimulating the nervous and muscular systems
Improving blood circulation and lymphatic flow

Indications for physiotherapeutic treatment encompass:
Disorders of the peripheral nervous system (e.g., osteochondrosis, intervertebral disc herniations, neuritis, neuralgia, and more)
Musculoskeletal conditions (including arthritis, joint pain, heel spurs, and others)
Urogenital disorders (such as prostatitis, erectile dysfunction, infertility)
Ear, nose, and throat issues (like tonsillitis and laryngitis)
Respiratory and gastrointestinal ailments (comprising tracheitis, bronchitis, gastritis, duodenitis, gastric ulcers, and more)
Sports injuries
Post-COVID-19 recovery
Rehabilitation in the aftermath of surgery and trauma
Mitigation of physical inactivity

Contraindications to physiotherapy encompass:
A general severe state of the patient (e.g., fever, cachexia)
Systemic blood disorders
Decompensated cardiovascular diseases
The presence of a cardiac pacemaker
Epilepsy and psychosis
Cases of cancer

Advantages of physiotherapeutic treatment include:
A prolonged and lasting effect, with results often persisting for several months
Compatibility with other therapeutic procedures
The potential to reduce the required dosage of medications and accelerate recovery
A reduced risk of allergic reactions

Our commitment ensures maximum results in a short time, with minimal patient interaction during procedures. Physiotherapeutic procedures can be undertaken for both therapeutic and preventive purposes.



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