Physiotherapy is a set of methods for treating various diseases by the help of physical factors such as electric current, magnetic radiation, heat, air, light and many others. Physiotherapy is an integral part of the rehabilitation period after severe injuries. In the Physiotherapy Service, medical care is carried out with the use of rehabilitation and preventive measures, physical therapy and physical exercises. Physiotherapy procedures are usually painless, do not cause allergic reactions and have no side effects. However, most of them have contraindications, so it is important to consult with a physiotherapist before starting physiotherapy.
Treatment is carried out in case of the following diseases:
- musculoskeletal system diseases
- bronchopulmonary pathology
- neurological diseases
- effects of strokes
- nervous system (neuritis, neuralgia, plexitis, myelitis, encephalopathy, migraine, neuropathy, rehabilitation of patients with ONMC, cerebrovascular disease, venous outflow obstruction from the cranial cavity)
- cardiovascular system (chronic ischemic heart disease, atherosclerotic cardiosclerosis, hypertension, hypotension, neurocirculatory dystonia (NCD), rehabilitation of patients with acute myocardial infarction)