Our physiotherapists’ first step is to examine functional and developmental sensorimotor dysfunctions in a patient. These affect the ability to coordinate between stimulus perception and motor response, e.g., stepping on the brakes immediately when one hears/sees a danger while driving a car.
Specialised physiotherapy techniques are used to treat and remedy these disorders and allow the patient to achieve optimal, pain-free movement patterns.
The therapy also exercises an effect on functional disorders of internal organs, improves self-perception and perception of others, and reinforces social and psychological skills.
In order to guarantee our patients the best, most up-to-the-minute treatment, we engage in continuous training in globally-recognised treatment techniques.