It happens that many people experience, at least once in their lives, pain or strange sensations on different areas of their body, usually located at the level of the neck or lower back. Many of these situations can be managed without resorting to drug treatment, but relying on the care of the physiotherapist who, through various manual techniques, will be able to restore a state of well-being.
Our treatment methods:
It is an approach of evaluation and treatment of neuro-muscular-skeletal tissues that, through the execution of targeted manual techniques, identifies and treats the problems of the patient. In just a few sessions, it improves joint mobility and reduces painful symptoms.
It is a technique of manual treatment of the fascia, performed by the therapist on specific myofascial points thanks to manoeuvres carried out with the elbow or the knuckles of the fingers. This treatment improves mobility and significantly reduces the painful symptoms of the locomotor system.
It is a set of manual massage techniques, performed on the person in order to reduce muscle tension, fatigue and contractures that can be a limit to movement and source of widespread pain such as headaches or low back pain.
It is a technique for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders that involves the use of a disposable and sterile needle applied within the myofascial trigger points – i.e. localized and highly irritable areas located in a skeletal muscle. Dry Needling is successfully used in cases of muscle tension, headaches, temporomandibular joint disorders etc.
Trigger points are points of stiffness and increased irritability that form within the muscle band and can be sources of symptoms, often caused by muscle overload or faulty posture. They are treated with sustained acupressure, with the aim of eliminating painful symptoms and restoring proper muscle extensibility.
Method designed by the Japanese chiropractor Kenzo Kase. It consists of the use of elastic adhesive plasters of various colours to be applied on the skin of the patient, favouring the natural healing processes of the tissues through constant stimulation of the skin tissue.
It is a technique of dynamic containment of the joint and muscle segments, performed with elastic or non-elastic tape. Used for the acute management of traumatic events, especially at the sports level, in order to control inflammation and facilitate the recovery of the motor gesture.
It is a form of soft tissue mobilization, assisted by specific stainless steel instruments. This technique makes it possible to evaluate the fascial tissue and treat its dysfunctions. It is widely used for tendinopathies, ligamentous lesions, treatment of scars and fascial syndromes.
It consists in a technique of mobilization of the peripheral nervous tissue that allows a better sliding inside its sheath. Successfully applied in the management of radiculopathies, such as lumbosciatica and cervicobrachialgia, or nerve entrapment syndromes, such as carpal tunnel.