WHAT IS MANUAL THERAPY?
Manual Therapy is an excellent treatment with special manipulations, known worldwide, for the rehabilitation of neuromuscular-skeletal problems, using very specialised approach techniques, which include manipulations and therapeutic exercises.
How is the treatment done?
The Therapist (Manual Therapist) through his hands recognises the dysfunctions, whether they are in the bones, or in the muscles, or in the nerves and corrects them.
The bones where our joints join and form should normally make some joint play with each other. If these micro-slips are present in the normal range, the body area is functioning properly. However, if there is an injury - constant fatigue - wrong posture, the joint play decreases or increases and then the muscles - tendons function incorrectly and cause injuries such as epicondylitis of the elbow or some syndromes such as cervical syndrome, back pain.
The Manual Therapist with the appropriate manipulations will correct the micro-slips (joint play), and will restore the body to its correct and smooth function.
When does the patient see results?
The results are visible from the first visit.