Method of Ludmila Mojžíšová

(Ludmila Mojžíšová 1932-1992)


Physiotherapeutic method for diagnosis and treatment of various movement problems, originally developed and designed for patients suffering from back pain. It is designed to remove the muscle tension, balancing out the muscle imbalance, especially in the core muscles. Part of the technique is mobilization of the ribs, spine and pelvis.


By clients with back pain, headache (migraine), pain in the leg area, gynecological problems (functional sterility, impotence, painful menstruation), dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles.


In individual cases

Illustrative photos:

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most physiotherapeutic rehabilitation techniques shown here are performed in underwear. Photographs were taken as an illustration, in order to present the method to the clients of FYZIOklinika.

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Mojžíšová - Fetal position

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Mojžíšová - relaxing the gluteal muscles and pelvic floor


Mojžíšová - tucked pelvis


Exercising the mobility of the pelvic floor

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