Rehabilitation therapy comprises a comprehensive set of interventions aimed at restoring a patient’s functional and motor capabilities. This not only enhances their quality of life but also facilitates the patient’s physical integration into society. The “Vita Longa” Medical

Center provides rehabilitation therapeutic services with a focus on contemporary approaches, which include:
Manual therapy
Postoperative rehabilitation therapy
Post-traumatic rehabilitation therapy
Posture correction (addressing issues such as scoliosis, kyphosis, and hyperlordosis)
Treatment of back pain and intervertebral hernias
Management of myofascial syndrome
Lymphatic taping
Therapeutic massage

Moreover, we extend our services to cater to patients grappling with physical dysfunction, encompassing conditions such as:
Postural disorders (including kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, and muscular imbalances)
Degenerative and dystrophic changes (e.g., osteochondrosis, intervertebral hernias, stenosis, listhesis, spondylitis, spondyloarthritis, arthritis, arthrosis, and coxarthrosis)
Post-traumatic recovery (involving dysfunction of the upper and lower extremities, injuries to shoulder and knee joints, ligament tears, edema, as well as the use of orthoses and endoprostheses)
Postoperative recuperation (encompassing the acquisition of skills in functional wheelchair use and crutch mobility)
Management of nerve dysfunction (addressing conditions like neuropathies, nerve inflammation, atrophy, and post-stroke recovery)

Kinesiotaping (Kinesio Taping) represents an innovative taping method devised by Japanese physician Kenzo Kase. It offers a spectrum of benefits:
Enhanced circulation of blood and lymph (effectively combating edema and hematomas)
Pain relief
Improved muscle function (achieving muscle relaxation or toning)

Indications for Kinesiotaping include:
Conditions such as osteochondrosis, arthritis, and scoliosis
Sports-related injuries
Alleviation of muscle tension and pain
Soft tissue injuries affecting the trunk, upper and lower extremities
Pain management in the upper and lower extremities during the post-traumatic phase
Ligament sprains of the upper and lower extremities
Management of post-traumatic edema

The application of Kinesiotape follows a specialized technique and is characterized by its elasticity, which allows it to stretch akin to the skin, preserving mobility. Additionally, it is breathable and does not interfere with perspiration. Following taping, patients can resume an active lifestyle, including taking baths, swimming, and engaging in sports activities. Kinesiotherapy can also be combined with physiotherapeutic procedures, manual therapy, and massage.
For patients who are unable to visit our center, we extend the option of a specialist conducting home visits.