Do you train often, but you feel like your body doesn’t cope with the physical burden ideally? Are you troubled by the pain in the groins? Do you suffer from pain during sport? Do you have inflammations of the Achilles tendon? Do you suffer from dislocated shoulder, or you are after operation of the rotator cuff and joint capsule? Do you often suffer from injuries because of the training? We can help you, so that your sport activity would only make you happy.
HOW CAN COMPENSATIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY HELP?
A result of daily demanding physical training is natural overloading of certain muscle groups. We can help our clients to deal with the physically demanding training program within regular therapeutic sessions, focused on the compensation of the overloaded tissues and at the same time activity of the correct movement programs saved in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord).
Our goal is to help you activate the muscle coordination (muscle timing) in order for the function of the muscles to be as effective as possible with the least demanding claims on energy and ergonomy of the performed movement. Such movements are precise, swift, coordinated, with lower possibility of injury, damage or overloading of the soft tissues and bone (pulled, sprain, dislocations, fractures,...). At the same time the explosive strength of the muscles will increase. Therefore we can help you to achieve perfect results and performances, whether you are “just” recreational athlete, or you sport on a professional level.
By physically active children we focus on compensation of the excessive physical burden, so that overload would have a minimal effects on the development of the child’s body. After all the growth of the bone has a different rhythm than the muscle growth, and if there is no harmony between them, it can lead to wrong body posture, as well as occurring pain which trouble the physically active adults.
If you are troubled by some injury (bone fracture, torn tendons, muscles, overloaded muscles, sprain, or you are just after operation) we can help you, thanks to focused shock wave therapy we can get you faster back into condition, and thus you can start to train again sooner.
WHEN DOES THE FOCUSED SHOCKWAVE HELP?
Focused shockwave therapy concentrates a series of high-energy shock waves deep into the damaged tissue, where the radial shock wave cannot penetrate because it is not powerful enough. The work range of the focused shock wave is between 1-12 cm. Thanks to the focused shock wave we can greatly accelerate the regeneration of the tissues inside the joints (for example damaged cartilage in the hip and shoulder joints, menisci and internal ligaments…). The speed of the treatment depends completely on the regenerative ability of the organism. Focused shockwave therapy has no side effects and its use is therefore safe.
During the treatment of the musculoskeletal system, we use combination of the focused shockwave therapy, radial shockwave therapy and deep tissue massage with the headpiece V-Actor, in order for the effect of the treatment to be as best and fast as possible. We use the most modern machine of a swiss production STORZ MEDICAL, including the most modern headpieces for application in therapy. Thanks to the combination of the highest education of our therapists and the most modern technology we can offer your quality treatment of the musculoskeletal system.
WHAT CAN BE AFFECTED?
- Chronic pain of the ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, conditions after knee sprain,...
- Enthesopathy - overloaded ligaments (tennis and golf elbow, painful groin, jumper’s knee,...)
- Bursitis - inflamed bursae (sacs filled with synovial fluid) in the area of the joints, alternatively with the formation of the calcifying joints,...
- Post-traumatic conditions of incorrectly healed fractures, stress fractures, necrosis, pseudarthrosis (disorder of healed fracture) of the bones, bone inflammation after complicated fracture.
- Condition of the shoulder joint after injury, overloading of the soft tissues in the shoulder area, condition after operation of the shoulder muscles and ligaments.
- Pain in the foot area (heel spur, bunion, pain in the transverse or longitudinal foot arch,...)
- Inflamed Achilles tendon, long ligaments of the biceps,...
FEW EXAMPLES FROM OUR EXPERIENCE
Author: Mgr. Iva Bílková, FYZIOklinika fyzioterapie Ltd, Prague, Czech Republic
Source: Clinical experience in physiotherapeutic field, FYZIOklinika