Physical therapy focuses on improving muscle (soft tissue)
flexibility and strength, joint biomechanics (movement), and
proprioception (awareness of position), resulting in increased
balance, coordination, kinesthetic awareness, and improving
position. Physiotherapy reduces pain and dysfunction
correcting postural and muscular imbalances, removing muscles
spasms, trigger points, adhesions and fibrous tissue.
All these are able to be achieved through a specific sequence of
exercises, manual therapy, and modalities individualized for each
patient and unique condition.
About the Treatment
Examinations Are Thourough
- Visual assessment of posture,
spine, muscles, balance and gait.
- Physical palpation of the back,
legs and arms to evaluate the quality and movement
of tissues and body structure.
- The movement of the back, legs and
arms, verification of joint restriction and / or
One of the objectives of the review is to determine
whether one or more relevant somatic disorders that
require treatment. The term "somatic dysfunction" is an
accepted diagnosis according to the adaptation of the
Hospital of the International Classification of Diseases. It denotes the failure or alteration of the related components of the somatic (body framework) system, including bones, joints, muscles and fascia, and vessels associated with the blood, lymph vessels and nerves.