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Aging causes many changes in the body and function. Loss of muscle strength and muscle mass are prone to fall injuries. Deterioration of balance and memory problems significantly impair performance. Also, post-operative or long-term chronic pain following surgery, stroke or other acute illness often requires rehabilitation.
Safe exercise and muscle strength training can help maintain, rehabilitate, and promote the health and function of the elderly, influence pain management, and increase everyday activity. As muscular strength, balance, and agility improve, the risk of tipping injuries is reduced, and the elderly can boldly be more active in their daily routine.
Neurological physiotherapy is for clients with any central or peripheral nervous system disease or syndrome. Neurological disorders can cause, for example, excessive muscle stiffness, muscle weakness, joint movement limitations, various sensations and pain, and difficulties in perceiving and controlling the body and its movements. Physiotherapy can promote mobility and function, as well as slow down the development and progression of difficulties.
The musculoskeletal system is the organ complex that enables movement and posture. The musculoskeletal system consists of bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons. Musculoskeletal pain and disability are very common and may occur suddenly or gradually develop as a result of incorrect loading. The most common symptoms are in the neck, shoulder, lower back and joints.
By paying attention to lifestyles and reducing risk factors, the onset and progression of many musculoskeletal disorders can be influenced.
Pre- and post-operative physiotherapy
Correct timing of pre-operative and post-operative rehabilitation as well as appropriate efficacy ensure the best results. So it is important to start the rehabilitation even before the surgery as it will speed up the rehabilitation from the surgery. Symptoms requiring surgery may have been a long-standing affliction, and prolonged pain and dysfunction in the body will often lead to incorrect postures, patterns of movement, and muscle weakness in other parts of the body. Physiotherapy can reduce swelling, strengthen muscles and promote joint mobility.
Gym training and exercise programs
Gym training is an effective and versatile way to improve your health, well-being and fitness. Exercise training can help maintain and develop muscle strength and endurance as well as body and movement control. Gym training is suitable for all levels of exercise as long as the training is tailored to suit your fitness and skill level. Muscle strength training can be done beyond the gym, for example, outdoors or at the client's home. Various training equipments, such as a resistance rubber band or kettlebell, provide additional resistance to training, but an effective workout is also possible without tools for body weight. A personalized workout program, guided by a professional, guarantees your goals and prevents sports injuries.
Massage is a traditional form of manual therapy treatment and is a relaxing and safe way to effectively revitalize blood circulation and metabolism. Massage helps with muscle hardening, muscle tension and tension, relaxes and relieves pain. The treatment can be done over a larger area or focused on a specific smaller area, depending on the client's ailment and needs.
Kinesio taping can be used to reduce pain, increase mobility, correct muscle function such as muscle relaxation. Kinesio taping can also guide the joint to work with the correct movement pattern and lightly support the joint. In addition, taping increases blood and lymphatic circulation, so kinesio taping can be used to reduce swelling. Kinesio taping is based on light tissue transfers using tape and has a sensory effect.
Progression of physiotherapy
At the first visit physiotherapist assess the client's movement and performance through observations and a comprehensive initial interview. Various measurements and tests are performed to support the interview. Based on these, a personal physiotherapy plan is prepared for the client to monitor the progress and effectiveness of the physiotherapy process and to achieve goals.
Next visit - doing together
A personal physiotherapy plan is always drawn up in agreement with the client to support the client's own active and therapeutic responsibilities. During next visits physiotherapist evaluate the progress of the physiotherapy process relative to the previous visit, and it include therapeutic exercises and manual therapy as needed. The client always receives written instructions from the exercises. The therapy takes into account the client's resources and interests, so that the practice can be meaningful and comfortable to work together.
Achieving targets may not always be accomplished with one or two physiotherapy visits, but requires longer training to achieve lasting changes in performance. The role of a physiotherapist is to support, motivate, evaluate and guide the client's practice, but to achieve the goals the client's job is to do the most work.
Home visit (~30min)
Gym training and exercise programs
Personal exercise program + 1 lesson
Personal exercise program + 3 lessons