Physiotherapy refers to treatment methods that promote a person's ability to move and function,

and restore it. The treatment is based on the complaints and the functional, movement and mobility disorders.

Activity restrictions of the patient, which are determined during the physiotherapeutic examination.

It utilizes both diagnostic and clinical experience-based, as well as pedagogical and manual skills of the

therapists. If necessary, it is supplemented by natural physical stimuli called "physical therapy" (e.g. heat,

cold, pressure, radiation, electricity).

The treatment is based on the anatomical, physiological and cognitive characteristics of the person.

Treatment goals:

Restoration, maintenance or promotion of health

Elimination or reduction of pain

Physical, mental and social well-being

Improved understanding of the functioning of the organism and the associated benefits,

a responsible approach to one's own body

Manual therapy

Manual therapy is a treatment

performed by therapists

part of manual medicine.


The craniomandibular system

consists of the teeth of the

upper and lower jaw, the

chewing muscles, the temporomandibular joints,

the adjoining skull bones

and the cervical spine.

Manual lymphatic drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage

is the activation of the

lymph drainage or the decongestion

(drainage) of the tissue through

certain physiotherapeutic


Physical therapy

Physical therapy comprises

medical forms of treatment

that promote natural

reactions to external


Ultrasound therapy

Ultrasound involves

very fast successive

(high-frequency) sound waves,

which are inaudible to the human

not audible to the human ear.