It is a branch of physiotherapy focused on people who practice sport, both at the amateur level and at the highest level. Therefore, on the one hand it consists in the recovery after an injury suffered from trauma, rupture due to overexertion or damage caused by prolonged fatigue over time and on the other hand but no less important is a preventive work and optimal conditioning for the athlete to avoid future injuries.
It is also important to correct a bad sporting gesture, as failure to correct these movements leads to a recurrent injury.
As its name indicates, they are injuries that affect the muscle and/or tendon.
Muscle problems can be contractures, spasms, elongation, shortening, muscle breaks, etc..
The tendon injuries can be sprains, partial or total breaks, inflammation.
Both muscular and tendon injuries, if not treated, become chronic over time, making it difficult to treat and recover from the injury.
Back pain is one of the most common problems today. It can be a dull pain that practically does not affect our day to day to an incapacitating pain that prevents us from getting out of bed. Back pain can be due to poor posture or more serious problems such as degeneration of the vertebrae.
It’s short for temporomandibular joint. It is the joint that allows the movement of the jaw, so it can be injured as another joint of our body. It can cause bruxism, jaw blockage, chewing pain, headache, dizziness, cervical pain, etc.
It’s the fascia treatment. It is a three-dimensional tissue connected to each other present throughout our body, enveloping muscles, organs, bones, nerves, etc. It is dense, strong and flexible formed by collagen and elastin.
The treatment consists of releasing restrictions on the fascia to restore normal mobility and restore functional balance.
It is an invasive treatment in which a very fine needle is used, similar to those of acupuncture. It consists of the deactivation of a trigger point or latent trigger point by means of a puncture.
It deals with the treatment of aesthetic problems that over time may trigger other types of pathologies in the body. Aesthetic physiotherapy has as its main objective the intervention in the aesthetic processes of maintenance as well as improvement and in post-surgical recoveries that have generated aggressions in the tissue.
Lymphatic drainage is a technique widely used in aesthetic physiotherapy, which consists of the application of a series of massages on the lymphatic pathways to help the lymphatic system to discard more easily the fat and accumulation of liquids. This technique is used to reduce cellulite in legs, arms and abdomen.
Also the aesthetic physiotherapy is applied after situations of retention of liquids, edemas, lymphedemas and alterations of the elasticity of the cutaneous tissue (stretch marks) due to corporal aggressions.
This method of treatment also covers the post-surgical phases of plastic surgery such as abdominoplasties, rhinoplasties, blepharoplasties, liposculptures and liposuction; in other words, it offers multiple treatment options for the different recovery processes.