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The constant upgrading of our equipment is a given for us. We are constantly equipped with new technology machines that offer innovative treatments to get even better results.

High intensity Laser

High Intensity Laser (HIL) technology is based on the well-known principle of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). Unlike low-level laser therapy, the high power and selection of the right wavelength of HIL allow deep tissue penetration and through a natural process of energy transfer (biostimulation and photomechanical effect) significantly accelerate tissue healing and regeneration. HIL offers a powerful and non-addictive form of acute pain management and is particularly effective in the treatment of sports injuries, e.g. muscle injury or joint deformity, and lower back pain caused by e.g. disc herniation or disorders in the neck area that cause neck pain.

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Shockwave Therapy

Wave therapy is a multidisciplinary device used in orthopedics, physiotherapy, sports medicine, urology and veterinary medicine. Its main advantages are quick pain relief and restoration of mobility. Along with being a non-surgical treatment with no need for painkillers makes it an ideal treatment for speeding up recovery and treating various indications that cause acute or chronic pain.

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Tecar endothermy

It is the application of a radio frequency power emitting system to the human body as a therapeutic method of controlling and quantifying the quality and quantity of accumulated power in the body. Therefore, Tecar is also a medical device that uses the power applied in registered therapeutic procedures.

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Electrotherapy is the use of electricity as a medical treatment. In medicine, the term electrotherapy can be applied to a variety of treatments, including the use of electrical devices such as deep brain stimulators for neurological conditions. The term has also been applied specifically to the use of electric current to accelerate wound healing. In addition, the term "electrotherapy" or "electromagnetic therapy" has also been applied to a number of alternative medical devices and treatments.

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Therapeutic ultrasound also uses sound waves above the range of human hearing but does not produce images. Its purpose is to interact with tissues in the body so that they are either modified or destroyed. Among the possible modifications are: moving or pushing tissue, heating tissue, dissolving blood clots, or delivering drugs to specific locations in the body. These destructive or ablative functions are made possible by the use of very high intensity beams that can destroy diseased or abnormal tissues such as tumors. The advantage of using ultrasound treatments is that, in most cases, they are non-invasive. No cuts or incisions need to be made in the skin, leaving no wounds or scars.

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Magnetic therapy

Magnetic therapy is an alternative medicine that involves the weak static magnetic field produced by a permanent magnet. It is similar to the alternative medicine of electromagnetic therapy, which uses a magnetic field produced by an electrically powered device.

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Diathermy is a therapeutic treatment commonly prescribed for muscle and joint ailments. It uses a high-frequency electric current to stimulate heat production in the body's tissues. Heat can help with various processes such as increasing blood flow relieving pain, improving tissue mobility as they heal.


Cryotherapy, which literally means 'cold treatment', is a technique where the body is exposed to extremely low temperatures for several minutes. Cryotherapy can be delivered to a single area or you can opt for whole body cryotherapy. Topical cryotherapy can be administered in a number of ways, including ice packs, ice massage, coolant spray

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Thermotherapy is the application of any substance to the body that increases tissue temperature. This results in improved blood flow, tissue metabolism and connective tissue expansion. Increased blood flow facilitates tissue healing by delivering protein, nutrients and oxygen to the site of injury.
This increase in metabolism aids the healing process by increasing both the catabolic and anabolic reactions required to degrade and remove the metabolic byproducts of tissue damage. Heating the skin has also been shown to activate the thalamus and cerebral cortex, and some of the pain relief provided by local heat therapy may be mediated directly by the brain.

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Lymphedema Device – Extremity Circulator

The Lymphatic Massage Device helps blood circulation, as well as the dissolution of fluids in the dead parts of the limbs. It increases the pressure of the muscle tissues by repeated contraction and expansion (in four stages). It relieves pain and heals swelling, by restoring the functions of suffering and injured limbs.

Therapeutic exercise gym

The gym or rehabilitation center of our physical therapy center is an organized gym area, where, as the case may be, therapeutic exercise programs are applied with the aim of the patient's full functional rehabilitation and his seamless reintegration and safe return to his daily or sporting activities.


Electroacupuncture is a form of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles. According to some acupuncturists, this practice augments the use of regular acupuncture, can restore health and well-being, and is especially good for treating pain. There is evidence of some efficacy (when additional antiemetics are used) in the treatment of moderate emesis after chemotherapy, but not in acute emesis or delayed severity of nausea.

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