At the Centrum Kompleksowej Rehabilitacji, we offer a completely extensive action consisting of individual selection and application of physiotherapeutic methods in order to maximize the effects of rehabilitation and accelerate the recovery process. Each time, individual therapy in CKR takes place under the supervision of a physiotherapist who performs treatments and supervises the correct course of exercises and procedures.
What techniques do physiotherapists use?
At CKR, we use the most modern techniques, methods and procedures recognized all over the world.
Individual therapy in CKR includes:
- manual therapy
- visceral manipulation
- craniosacral therapy (CST)
- physical treatments
During the first visit, the therapist examines and assesses the patient’s current condition, then establishes and implements a set improvement program.
Individual therapy in CKR – effects
Our physiotherapists know that individual physiotherapy means constant monitoring and adaptation of therapy to the changing condition of the patient. Depending on the type and severity of the condition, we focus on the changing needs, maintaining the results achieved and working on furthering our goals. The effect of a series of individual physiotherapy treatments at the CKR may be a complete or partial recovery, achieving maximum efficiency, and successful convalescence. Such effects are ensured by the comprehensiveness of the physiotherapeutic offer as well as the knowledge, experience and commitment of CKR physiotherapists.
Other desirable effects of physiotherapy include:
- pain reduction
- developing correct movement patterns
- return to activities of daily living
- gaining knowledge on how to practice and apply prophylaxis on their own, after completing individual therapy in the CKR
What does individual therapy at CKR include?
- Scheuermann’s disease
- Spine overload
- Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
- Condition after spinal surgery
- Condition after fracture of the spine, pelvis
- Sprains, dislocations of peripheral joints
- Sport injuries
- Back pain syndrome
- Ankylosing spondylitis (AS, Bechterew’s disease)
- Degenerative changes of sacroiliac joints
- Degeneration of the spine
- Rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy
- Condition after pelvic surgery
- Urinary incontinence (stress, urgency, mixed)
- Painful menstruation as a result of body posture
- Back pain during pregnancy and after childbirth
- Pain after caesarean section
- Swelling of the limbs during pregnancy and after childbirth
- Post-surgical pelvic condition
- Disorders of the statics of the reproductive organs and the pelvis (prolapse of the reproductive organs)