Kinesiotherapy is a medical spa procedure that uses exercise and therapeutic movement to treat and prevent various conditions and health problems. This form of therapy focuses on developing and improving the functionality of the patient’s musculoskeletal system and motor skills.
Through physiotherapy, the physiotherapist works with the patient to develop a personalised exercise programme tailored to their needs and condition. Exercises are designed to improve the patient’s strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and endurance.
The therapist uses a variety of techniques and methods in physiotherapy, including active and passive exercises, joint mobilisation, stretching, therapeutic massage and relaxation techniques. Exercises can be performed with or without the use of special apparatus and equipment, depending on the patient’s needs and ability.
Kinesiology therapy can be beneficial in the treatment and rehabilitation of a wide range of diseases and conditions, including musculoskeletal, post-traumatic, neurological, respiratory, cardiac and circulatory disorders. It can be used for both therapeutic and preventive purposes, helping to maintain and improve the patient’s general health and quality of life.
Through physiotherapy, patients can benefit from multiple advantages, such as:
- Improved mobility and functionality of joints and muscles
- Reduction of pain and inflammation
- Improving posture and balance
- Increased muscle strength and endurance
- Improving coordination and motor skills
- Reduced risk of injury and complications during post-operative recovery
- Improved general health and quality of life.
Kinesiology therapy is a non-invasive and safe therapeutic approach, and results can be achieved in a variable time frame, depending on the severity and specificity of the condition being treated, as well as the patient’s commitment and dedication to following the therapeutic program established by the therapist. It is recommended that physiotherapy is carried out under the supervision and guidance of a specialised therapist.