The term physiotherapy is derived from ancient Greek and signifies “restoration of natural function”. Accidents, diseases or even poor posture can lead to the loss of natural functions such as mobility or resilience. The results of it are painful and arduous conditions.
The physiotherapy assists with passive measures (e.g. massage, thermo- and electrotherapy) and/or active (targeted gymnastics and medicinal training) to restore the natural functions and increase your performance as well as to reduce pain or to provide a complete release from pain.